José Antonio Aldrete-Haas
Architect; Ph.D. in urban studies from MIT; former professor of urban design at the University of Guadalajara and coordinator of the Ph.D. program in urban studies at the National University in Mexico City; visiting associate professor of architecture at Columbia University and MIT.
Luis E. Carranza
Assistant professor of architecture at Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island; Ph.D. from Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, with dissertation on modern Mexican architecture; contributor to scholarly publications.
Marco De Michelis
Professor of architectural history at the Institute of Architecture, University of Venice, and Walter Gropius Professor at the Bauhaus University in Weimar; author of books on architectural history; contributor to architectural journals and publications; former editor of the architecture and design magazine Ottagono; Getty Research Institute scholar; former director of the Architecture Gallery of the Triennale, Milan.
Keith L. Eggener
Assistant professor of art and architectural history at the University of Missouri, Columbia; Ph.D. from Stanford University, with dissertation on Luis Barragán; former teacher at Carlton College, Northfield, Minnesota, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; contributor to art and architecture journals.
Ware Professor of architecture at Columbia University, New York; author of numerous books on architectural history and theory, with particular interest in "critical regionalism"; visiting professor and guest lecturer at major architectural schools internationally; contributor to architectural journals and publications.
Professor of architecture at Syracuse University in Florence and University of Ferrara, Italy; visiting professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich; author of numerous books and articles on architecture; founding editor of the Design Book Review; contributor to art and architecture journals and publications.
Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani
Architect; Chair Professor for the history of city planning at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, and Dean of the Faulty of Architecture; former editor of Domus magazine; former director of the Deutsches Architektur Museum, Frankfurt; author of numerous books on architecture; contributor to architectural magazines and publications.
Professor at the Institute of Aesthetic Investigations of the National University in Mexico City; member of the international committee of architectural critics; author of books on modern and contemporary Mexican architecture and a monograph on Louis Barragán; former editor of the journal Arquitectura México; contributor to architectural journals and publications.
Professor of architecture, University of California at Berkeley, California; practising designer and contributor to architecture and design journals; on the editorial boards of various architecture, landscape, art, and graphic design journals; author of books and articles on Le Corbusiier, modern landscape architecture, Scandinavian architecture, Spanish colonial churches, and Japanese gardens.
Art historian; assistant to the director of the Barragán Foundation; curator of the Barragán Archives; curator of the Centro Studi Giuseppe Terragni; consultant to the Archivio Progetti of the Institute of Architecture, University of Venice.
Ph.D. in architecture; director of the Barragán Foundation; former researcher at the Institute of Architecture, University of Venice; former member of the editorial staffs of Ottagono and Domus; contributor to architecture and design journals.