Jean Pierre co-founded Barclay & Crousse Architecture in Paris, in 1994, established in Lima in 2006. The practice has been awarded the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize 2018, the Oscar Niemeyer Prize 2016, the Peruvian National Prize of Architecture in 2014 and 2018, and the Latin America Prize 2013, given by the International Committee of Architectural Critics (CICA), among other international prizes. Their work has been published worldwide and was part of the main exhibition at the 16th Venice Biennale, 2018. Sandra and Jean Pierre were curators of the Peruvian Pavilion at the 15th Venice Biennale, 2016, which obtained the Jury’s Special Mention.
Sandra Barclay was formed as an architect in Lima and Paris, and obtained a Master’s degree in Landscape at the UDP, Chile. Her academic experience includes a 17-year tenure as Associate Professor at the PUCP (2006-present), visiting professor at Yale School of Architecture (2019 and 2021), at University of Virginia UVA (2020) and at Harvard GSD (2022). Sandra has received the 2018 Woman in Architecture Award from the London-based Architects’ Journal and Architectural Review. She has been a member of the jury for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, and Jury Chair of the Cycle 4 of the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP 2022). She is an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a foreign member of the French Académie d’Architecture.
Jean Pierre Crousse was formed as an architect in Lima and Milan. He obtained a Master’s degree in Landscape at the UDP, Chile. He is currently the Director of the Master Program in Architecture at the PUCP, Lima. His academic experience includes teaching at the Paris-Belleville School of Architecture (1999-2006), a 17-year tenure as Associate Professor at the PUCP (2006-present), and visiting professor as Design Critic at Harvard GSD (2015 and 2022), at Yale School of Architecture (2019 and 2021) and at University of Virginia UVA (2020). He is a foreign member of the French Académie d’Architecture, the author of “Landscape in Central Andes” (PUCP, 2020) and editor of “Urban Black Holes” (PCP, 2017)
6-7:30 p.m. | 403 Hayes
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The lecture will focus on Sandra Barclay and Jean Pierre Crousse's work challenges, and common notions about technology, usage, and well-being that can inform and be pertinent in a global context from their specific local conditions.
Published October 25, 2023