Enrique Madia is an Argentinean/American architect, writer, teacher and critic with a busy international consulting practice.
He studied at the FADU in Buenos Aires Argentina. He taught and Lecturing in several Universities in the USA, South America and participated in several International Academic Forums as jury and critic.
He has taught and examined at the Faculty of Architecture Design and Urbanism and University of Belgrano in Argentina, Lecturing at Tulane University and Loyola University in New Orleans, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, University of Miami, Metro Dade Community College and Broward Community College in USA.
Among his many books presentations and reviews he has done it for Santiago Calatrava, Zaha Hadid, Moshe Safdie, Vittorio Gregotti, Cesar Pelli, Mario Botta, Richard England, Gae Auletti, Emilio Ambasz, Morris Lapidus and Clorindo Testa among others.
Founder Executive Editor of the Architectural Section from Iberomaericana Magazine in USA since 1997 and correspondent in USA for Habitat Magazine he also contributes widely to international architectural journals and has written in several newspapers, magazines and university journals. Received several Recognition Awards from the Office of the Mayor from the City of Miami as a contribution writer on Architectural Issues.
Founder President of DOCOMOMO/US Florida and member from the ISC of XX Century Heritage from ICOMOS has participated in many International Forums regarding Historic Preservation and Cultural Tourism issues around the world. His Professional practice has taken him to participate in projects such airports, hotels, multifamily dwellings, urban planning and office buildings in the USA, Latin-American and the Middle East.