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Lecture: Francisco Gonzalez Pulido

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Monday, September 24, 5:30pm

Francisco Gonzalez Pulido is an architect based in Chicago and founder of FGP Atelier.

Gonzalez Pulido leads a team that is currently focused on designing buildings across a range of scales and typologies that contribute to social and economic advancement through the alignment of design, science, and technology. He does so by drawing on nearly three decades of experiences spanning three periods of practice: leading his own studio in Mexico City (1993–98), collaborating with Helmut Jahn and becoming business partner and President of Jahn (1999–2017), and now with FGP Atelier.

The UIC School of Architecture lecture series is free and open to the public. All lectures take place in Gallery 1100 A+DS, 845 W Harrison St, at 5:30pm, unless otherwise noted.