Rodolfo Machado is professor in practice of architecture and urban design at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He has taught design studios in urban design and architecture at the GSD since 1987. Machado has taught at Carnegie-Mellon University and at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he chaired the department of architecture from 1978 until 1986. Most notably, Mr. Machado has been Bishop Professor of Architecture at Yale University, Smith Professor of Architecture at Rice University, Jean Labatut Professor of Urbanism at Princeton University, and Thomas Jefferson Professor in Architecture at the University of Virginia. In 1995, he curated an exhibition entitled "Monolithic Architecture" at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, and his own drawings and projects have been extensively published and exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. Machado practiced architecture in San Francisco, California and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before associating with Jorge Silvetti in 1974. Machado and Silvetti Associates was incorporated in 1985 and is now a forty-five-person practice focused on institutional buildings and master plans. The firm's notable client list includes Princeton, Harvard and Rice Universities, the University of California San Francisco, Arizona State University, Rhode Island School of Design, the American University of Beirut, the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy Andover, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, the Boston Public Library, and the J. Paul Getty Trust.