Romina Canna

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Curriculum Vitae

David Goodman

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Curriculum Vitae

Romina Canna is co-principal of R+D Studio and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology. She received her Architecture degree from the National University of Rosario, Argentina (UNR). She is currently a Ph.D Candidate in Urbanism at the Barcelona Superior Technical Architecture School (ETSAB) of the Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Spain (UPC). She has worked in the offices of Lohan Anderson Architects in Chicago, KMBR and Associates in Rosario, CCRS Architects and Xavier Montsalvatge in Barcelona, and for the Department of Public Housing for the Provincial Government of Santa Fe, Argentina. She has also maintained her own private practice, has taught urbanism at the UNR, and helped develop a distance-learning doctoral program for the UPC. Her writing has been published in the magazine Matericos Perifericos, and in the book El Habitar.

David Goodman is co-principal of R+D Studio and Studio Associate Professor of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in History of Architecture and Urbanism and a Bachelor of Arts in Government, and later attended the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where he received a Masters Degree in Architecture. He has worked in the studios of Rafael Moneo in Madrid, Spain, and in Chicago at David Woodhouse Architects, and Nagle Hartray Architects.  He has also taught architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the Boston Architectural College, and at the Career Discovery program at Harvard. His work has appeared in the journal Log, and in the recent anthology Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives, published by University of Chicago Press. He is a licensed architect in the State of Illinois.