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Pablo Moyano

Assistant Professor

Campus Box 1079

Pablo Moyano has taught at the Sam Fox School since 2005. He holds a professional degree in architecture from the University of Buenos Aires and both a Master of Architecture and Master of Urban Design from Washington University, where he was awarded the AIA Medal for scholastic achievement and professional promise. Pablo has worked in the field of architecture for over twenty years, developing his career with international and national firms with a strong connection to construction. As an urban designer, he has done research on the phenomena of shrinking cities and taught urban design studios that examine rapidly expanding metropolitan areas of the country in decentralizing landscapes. Pablo’s teaching focuses on housing with a strong emphasis on self-sufficient and sustainable design. He has been awarded research and teaching grants for his work exploring concrete as a sustainable building material for innovative building application at multiple scales. He served as the faculty design leader for Team WashU Solar Decathlon, whose project, CRETE House, tied for second place in the competition’s architecture contest.