Ciro Miguel
Curriculum vitae

Ciro Miguel is an architect, photographer, and doctoral fellow of the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture at ETH Zurich. His research focuses on the intersections between architecture, photography, and mass media. He holds a professional diploma from the University of São Paulo FAU USP and a master’s degree from Columbia University GSAPP. At ETH Zurich, Ciro taught architectural design under Angelo Bucci (2013) and Marc Angélil (2014–19). As a practitioner, he was a partner of SPBR arquitetos for many years, and still collaborates with the office. His work has been exhibited at biennials in Venice and São Paulo and in museums such as Architekturmuseum der TUM in the Pinakothek der Moderne, S AM Basel, Center for Architecture New York, Pavillon de l’Arsenal, São Paulo Museum of Modern Art, and the Het Nieuwe Instituut. He was co-curator of Todo dia/Everyday, the 12th International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo (2019). In 2019, he received a Graham Foundation grant to co-edit the book "Everyday Matters: Contemporary Approaches to Architecture" (Ruby Press, 2021).