Ciro Miguel is an architect, visual artist, and photographer based in Zurich and São Paulo.
He holds a professional diploma in architecture and urbanism from the University of São Paulo and a master’s research degree in advanced architectural design from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
He works as assistant professor in architectural design at ETH Zurich since 2013, collaborating with the departmental chair, Marc Angélil, since 2014. He was a partner at Angelo Bucci/ SPBR arquitetos in 2003–07 and 2010–13, and an architect at Bernard Tschumi Architects in New York from 2008 to 2010. As an architect and artist, he participated in various exhibitions in both Brazil and Europe, including the two last editions of the Venice International Architecture Biennale and the International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo in 2016.
Currently one of the curators of the XII International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo.
Project “Todo dia/Everyday” awarded by the Graham Foundation in 2019.