Antonio Furgiuele is an architect, educator, and scholar, whose work investigates the histories and theories of the architecture of data and information. His recent project, “Architectures of the Cloud,” investigates cloud computing systems and the social and disciplinary changes they propel in the Information Age. Antonio has lectured, exhibited, and taught internationally at MIT, Pratt Institute, The City College of New York, Columbia University, and Parsons. He was a Research Fellow at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (2014-16) and at the MacDowell Colony (2017). He has master’s degree in History, Theory & Criticism of Architecture from MIT and a BArch from Syracuse University.