An architect practicing in Buenos Aires, Ciro Najle is the former Director of the Landscape Urbanism Graduate Design Program and Diploma Unit Master at the Architectural Association in London, and has taught at different architectural schools and institutions worldwide, including Cornell University, Columbia University, the Berlage Institute, and the University of Buenos Aires. Director of GDB (General Design Bureau) and previously of MID, Young Architect of the Year Second Prize in London in 2001, he has practiced in Buenos Aires, New York and London since 1991.
His work has been exhibited in various cultural venues including the Prague Biennale of Art and the Beijing Biennale of Architecture 2004, where he was the curator of the London Pavilion. Publications include essays and projects published in Quaderns, After the Sprawl, Oris, Architectural World, Egg Magazine, Esquire, Summa, the introduction to the 2G Monograph on FOA, the research, design and editing of Tokyo Bay Experiment, and the coediting of Landscape Urbanism: A Manual for the Machinic Landscape, together with Mohsen Mostafavi. He is currently working on his upcoming book Material Discipline.