Jose Mayoral Moratilla
José Mayoral Moratilla is a Spanish architect and a PhD candidate at Universidad Catolica de Chile and at Iuav University of Venice. He currently teaches at Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA, and he is a founding partner at PRÁCTICA. José was trained as an architect in both Spain and the Netherlands, and holds a Masters of Architecture from Harvard University, where he obtained the Harvard Faculty Design Award upon his graduation. José has previously worked at Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Abalos-Sentkiewicz and RMA in Boston. He has held teaching positions at Universidad Católica de Chile and Harvard University Graduate School of Design, among other universities. His work has been exhibited at the MoMA in New York, and he codesigned the Ephemeral Urbanism Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennial. He is the co-author of “Ephemeral Urbanism: Looking at Cities in Permanent Flux”, and co-curated the 20th Chilean Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism.