Alejandro Zaera-Polo: Technology is one of Architecture´s Fundamental Tools
The Spanish architect Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Director of the office AZPML Architects, is Professor and former Dean of Princeton University School of Architecture, and guest Professor at Yale University. His Works and theoretical texts have been published extensively in journals like El Croquis, Quaderns, A+U, Log and Volume. Most of his theoretical production can be found in his book The Sniper's Log: Architectural Chronicles of Generation-X.
Zaera-Polo was co-founder of the well-known Foreign Office Architects (FOA) and Dean of Berlage Institute in Holland. Some of his most outstanding projects are the Yokohama Maritime Terminal (2002), the Spanish Pavilion at the Aichi International Exhibition (2005), the Carabanchel Residential Complex (2007) and the Meydan Commercial Complex (2007).