University of Nova Gorica
Ph.D. in History of Architecture
IUAV-‐Università Iuav di Venezia
Laurea in Architettura
Luca Guido is a licensed architect, critic and historian of contemporary architecture. Dr. Guido is an Associate Professor in Architecture at the University of Oklahoma where he served as the Bruce Goff visiting professor and Chair of Creative Architecture in 2016. Dr. Guido currently leads the American School of Architecture research project, focused on Bruce Goff and the history of the school of architecture at OU. He is also examining Frank Lloyd Wright’s work and the legacy of organic architecture. He has been an invited lecturer in Paris, Lisbon, Valencia, Madrid, Rome, Naples, Bucharest, and other cities.
GUIDO L., “We Preach No Dogma: The Curriculum Under Bruce Goff,” in Luca Guido, Stephanie Pilat and Angela Person, (eds.), Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture, University of Oklahoma Press (forthcoming)
GUIDO L., “The School of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma,” in Luca Guido, Stephanie Pilat and Angela Person (eds.), Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture, University of Oklahoma Press (forthcoming)
GUIDO L., “Bruno Zevi Architect: A critic at the Drafting Table”, in Pippo Ciorra, Jean-Louis Cohen (eds.), Zevi’s Architects. History and Counter-History of Italian Architecture 1944-2000, Quodlibet, 2018