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Juan Benavides is currently based in the Netherlands making films and working as a researcher at The Berlage.



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Stories and Feed
“I’m Feeling Lucky”


He obtained a Degree in Architecture from the Universidad de Monterrey in 2014, with an experience at the Universidad Mayor in Chile. Since graduating he works closely with architects in the production of videos. He worked as a Project Architect in Mexico City-based architectural office Productora. He obtained the Young Creators Grant from the National Fund for Culture and The Arts. He was awarded the Beca Arq. Marcelo Zambrano from CEMEX to study the post-master program at the Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design, from which he graduated cum laude in 2021.


Juan Benavides is currently based in the Netherlands making films and working as a researcher at The Berlage

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Reach out to mail@juanbenavides.mx



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The Double Rationale


The Berlage, Object Relations with Thomas Weaver

Quatremère de Quincy was an interesting character. Despite having no professional training in architecture, his theoretical contribution to the discipline remains an influential and intriguing one for many. Born in Paris in 1755, Quatremère was the leading theorist of French neoclassical art and architecture. He wrote biographies of artists. He was commissioned to write the first formal dictionary of architecture. He wrote on Egyptian, Greek, and Roman architecture. He was the author of the Architecture volumes of the Encyclopédie Méthodique. He served as a perpetual secretary for the Academy of Fine Arts. He even wrote, and later revised and expanded his own words.