Santiago de Chile
Gonzalo Carrasco Purull
Architect. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. PhD candidate in Architecture and Urban Studies, PUC.
He has worked in engineering and architectural offices as project manager, primarily in the development of tall buildings. Since 2005 he is professor instructor at the school of architecture at the PUC, and since 2007 teaches at the Universidad Nacional Andrés Bello, where he taught courses in both theory and workshop. His research focuses on the relationships between architecture, technology and construction during the Cold War. Developing his thesis entitled: "A system of systems: the emergence of the towers in Chile, an incomplete technology (1961-1979). "