Gabriel Feld is an architect and a teacher. Currently chief critic of RISD’s European Honors Program (EHP) in Rome, he has been a professor at RISD since 1990, serving as head of the Architecture department between 1997 and 2002. He has also taught at China Academy of Art, Dessau Institute of Architecture, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Boston Architectural Center and Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Feld's practice both in his native Argentina and in the US has involved residential and institutional projects, large-scale affordable housing, industrialized construction, urban design and transportation. He writes and lectures about modern architecture and urban issues. During the past few years he has developed a variety of visual experiments, including photography, paper installations and prints, which have been exhibited in Roman art galleries. His short films have been selected for screening at international film festivals in Toronto and Sao Paulo. Feld received his Architecture Diploma from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1980 and his Master in Architecture (with distinction) from Harvard University in 1988.
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