Piergianna Mazzocca graduated as an architect from the University of the Andes, in Merida, Venezuela. After her studies, she cofounded and worked as an architect in Taller de Arquitectura Singular. She has been a project coordinator and director for the office since 2011 until 2015, developing projects from different scales and in different locations. She graduated cum laude at The Berlage Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design, Delft University of Technology, in 2016. Her approach towards research and architecture is by doing—whether it is a paper, a Serlian central perspective or a plan—believing that one can not theorize before doing because both are things that should be done in parallel. Always eager to talk about the elephant in the room, she understands the world through aesthetic associations. Her interests lie in aesthetics, the clinical history of architecture, and architectural representation. Currently she is a Wortham Fellow at Rice Architecture, Houston.
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