Instituto Pouchulu

of Earth's Habitat Change

3 - Who we are

Patricio Pouchulu (Buenos Aires 1965) is an architect and educator graduated at the Bartlett School, UCL London, and FADU-UBA. He was recognized by the British Council. He became known after his 2002 Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza, Egypt. He worked as a consultant for the Buenos Aires City Mayor. He taught in the UK, Germany and Argentina. Involved in Habitat Change for thirty years. Founder of Cyclotel. Interdisciplinary partners are from diverse organizations.



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Photo: planet Mars, dust storm, PIA15959, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), courtesy of NASA.