Adrian Luchini teaches graduate-level design and theory courses, which make explicit the relationships between architectural theory and practice. He is an internationally recognized architect who has practiced in Argentina and the United States, and whose projects have been published in A&U, Casabella, Domus, Quaderns, Progressive Architecture, and other journals. Luchini has collaborated with Rafael Moneo and worked in private practice with the firm Schwetye Luchini Architects; he was a Senior Architect at Hellmuth, Obata, and Kassabaum, Inc., and from 1996 until 2002 was design director of architecture at Jacobs Facilities, Inc. He founded LuchiniAD in 2001, a firm with projects in the United States and China.
Luchini was named to the “Young Architects” list by Progressive Architecture in 1990, and received the “Emerging Voices” citation by the Architecture League of New York in 1992. He has received numerous AIA awards, and has lectured extensively; his projects have been shown throughout the United States, and in Europe and South America. He is also a painter, and his works have been shown in the United States and Latin America. A monograph of his work from Rockport Publishing, part of the Contemporary World Architects series, was published in 2000.