Smiljan Radic & Marcela Correa
He was born in Santiago in 1965. Graduating in architecture from Universidad Católica de Chile, he subsequently studied at Instituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice. After winning first prize at the International Competition Platía Eleftería (Heraklion, Crete), he worked on the development and realisation of a project in Greece in association with architects Nicolas Skutelis and Flavio Zanon. In 2000, he won the competition for the project Barrio Cívico de Concepción (currently under construction) and consequently received the Best National Architect Under 35 award by the Chilean Architects Association in 2001. His writings have been published in magazines, such as Casabella, A+U, Quaderns, Detail, 2G, Electa, Lotus and Arq among others, as well as in two monographic catalogues published in Spain and Chile. During 2007, he was invited to be a guest lecturer at the University of Texas. In 2008, he held lectures at Harvard with his long-time associate, sculptor Marcela Correa.
About the project Prism House (Autobiographical Catalyst) you can read in Oris 123.