Galo Canizares is an architectural designer, writer, and amateur historian. He is a graduate of the Masters of Architecture program at MIT where his concentration was on alternate forms of design practice coordinated with the History, Theory, and Criticism department. His graduate thesis, Exquisite Corpses: An Architectural Mystery focused on narrative modes of architectural representation and criticism as well as a revisitation of themes from the postmodern period. Galo has worked as a designer at Kennedy & Violich Architecture and NADAAA, and he is editor and co-founder of XS, a small guerilla-style magazine for architectural ideas at MIT. Galo has been a guest critic both at MIT and Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and has lectured on issues of architectural history and theory. He currently lives in Boston.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture
Advanced Placement, Concentration in History, Theory, and Criticism.