While attending architecture school in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Eric Goldemberg would completely indulge in the editions of Architectural Design (AD) that he could get his hands on. Never would he have imagined that one day he would be published within its sleek, aesthetic pages.
After a rigorous curriculum at Columbia University, Principal of his own architectural studio (MONAD Studio), numerous publications and wide-spread recognition, Goldemberg’s article “Mood, Posture and Rhythmic Feedback” was published in the November/December 2016 volume of Architectural Design.
Founded in 1930, the UK-based journal, also known as AD, is one of the most important contemporary design publications worldwide. For more than 80 years, the journal has delivered publications that highlight creative, theoretical, and technological advances, making it an influential and prestigious publication in the architecture realm.
Published by Wiley & Sons, the journal includes international architectural designs and construction by architects and designers. The article was part of the 86 volume entitled “Evoking Through Design – Contemporary Moods in Architecture” and was edited by Matias Del Campo.
Goldemberg is delighted and honored to be featured within the pages on AD; a lifelong dream finally accomplished.
To learn more about FIU Associate Professor Eric Goldemberg, please visit MONAD Studio.
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Featured Image: Cover of “Evoking Through Design – Contemporary Moods in Architecture” | November/December 2016 | Volume 86
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