seeks to develop a dialogue between people and architecture through the lives of buildings.
TECHNOLOGY AND HISTORY
Etien Santiago is an architectural historian and licensed architect who studies the impact of new technologies on architecture and society. His expertise is on architectural history and theory from nineteenth century to the present, architectural uses of cutting-edge structural and construction techniques, conceptualizations of machines or digital culture. He is an assistant professor at the Indiana University J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program in Columbus, Indiana teaching studios, architectural history, and structures. He is currently working on his Phd Dissertation at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Received a Post-Professional degree in Architecture from Harvard, as well as Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts from Rice University.