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I believe that as architects, we have the ethical responsibility to offer spaces where the life of people is more important than the architectural discourses.  

I'm an independent architect, a proactive academic and a PhD Candidate at the MSD. Until 2020, I was an Assistant Professor of the MArch and Head of the Cultural Heritage Programme at PUC. For the past 10 years, I have taught several MArch and Thesis Studios, coordinated diverse theory and criticism courses and been a guest lecturer in Chile, Germany and Belgium. 


As an independent architect, I have developed several projects in Chile, England, Greece and Malta. These have been awarded, published, and presented in different exhibitions, such as the Venice Biennale or the Chilean Architecture Biennial.


Guillermo Rojas Alfaro

Architect PUC

MSc Sustainable Heritage The Bartlett UCL

Ph.D.(c) Melbourne School of Architecture UoM

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