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Adib Cúre

William Henry Bishop Visiting Professor of Architectural Design

Adib Cúre is a distinguished alumnus of both the University of Miami and Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His research on Latin American urbanism and architecture, most notably the mapping of informal cities throughout the Global South, has been presented at a variety of national and international conferences including the American Institute of Architects National Convention. He is an Associate Professor in Practice at the University of Miami School of Architecture and has taught at Yale University as the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professor of Architectural Design, Northeastern University, and the Boston Architectural Center. He is currently working on a forthcoming book entitled: Made in Miami/Hecho en Miami (ACTAR Publishers, 2023) with Carie Penabad.

Parallel to his academic work, Cúre is a partner in the Miami-based firm of CÚRE & PENABAD. The work of the firm has received numerous awards including more than two dozen American Institute of Architects awards; local and national preservation awards; and most recently the firm received the prestigious Emerging Voices award from the Architectural League of New York, a competition that recognizes individuals with a distinct design voice and a significant body of realized work.

BARCH, University of Miami
MAUD, Harvard University


Spring 2024
Advanced Design Studio: Miami Made
Adib Cúre, Carie Penabad, Deborah Garcia