Patricio Pouchulu

Patricio Pouchulu

Infobox Architect

caption=Giza, Egypt / unbuilt
name=Patricio Pouchulu
birth_date=Birth date and age|1965|4|13|df=y
birth_place=Buenos Aires
practice_name=Pouchulu Architects
significant_buildings=Complejo Azul, Royal Flats, Casa Atelier
significant_projects=Kalevala, Grand Egyptian Museum, London Bridge Project, Ciudad en el Desierto.|

Patricio Pouchulu (born April 13, 1965, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a Futurist contemporary architect.

Born in Buenos Aires, he graduated as an Architect at Universidad de Buenos Aires before moving to London to study with Peter Cook at the The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where he got a M.Arch. He was awarded by the British Council and Fondo Nacional de las Artes. In London he met Susanne Biek, establishing Pouchulu Architects in 1999. He taught at the University of Buenos Aires (1989-1996), Fachhochschule-Munich, Germany (1999-2004). His approach to Futurism, Expressionism and African art gives his projects atemporal, refreshing atmospheres, already present in his early architectural drawings and paintings. His work is devoted to the exploration of unknown architectural territories and contemporary Utopias.


This is a selection of projects.

* Olive House, Near the Walhalla temple, Bavaria, Deutschland, 2006.
* Valhall House, Hardanger, Hardangerfjord, Norway, 2003.
* Kalevala, Åland, Finland, 2002.
* GEM, Grand Egyptian Museum, Giza, Egypt, 2002.
* Bauer House, Scotland, United Kingdom, 2001.
* Merano Thermal baths, Merano, Italy, 1999.
* London Bridge, London Bridge Project, London, United Kingdom, 1998.
* Project for a City in the Desert, Patagonia, Argentina, 1996.
* Gaboto Building, 1st. version, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1986.

Official website

* (English, Spanish, French)

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