Pezo von Ellrichshausen is an art and architecture studio founded in 2002 by Mauricio Pezo (b. Renaico, Chile, 1973) and Sofia von Ellrichshausen (b. Bariloche, Argentina, 1976). They live and work in southern Chile, in a farm at the foot of the Andes Mountains. The team shares the Professor of the Practice chair at AAP Cornell University in New York. They have also been Visiting Professors at the GSD Harvard University, the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, the University of Texas in Austin, the Porto Academy and the Universidad Catolica de Chile. Their work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, the MAXXI in Rome and is part of the Permanent Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Carnegie Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. They have been invited to the Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition (2010, 2016), where they were also the curators for the Chilean Pavilion in 2008. They have lectured at the MIT, Princeton University, Columbia University, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Architecture League of New York, the Tate Modern, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Alvar Aalto Symposium and the Royal Institute of British Architects, among other venues, The work of the studio has been distinguished with the Mies Crown Hall Americas Emerge Prize by the IIT (Chicago, 2014), the Rice Design Alliance Prize (Houston, 2012), the 5th Iberoamerican Architecture Biennial Award (Montevideo, 2006), the Chilean Architecture Biennial Award (Santiago, 2006) and the Regional Architecture Prize (Concepción, 2014). Their work has been widely published in monographic issues of ARQ (Santiago, 2007), 2G (Barcelona, 2012), A+U (Tokio, 2013) and AV (Madrid, 2017), and in the books Spatial Structure (B Architecture publisher) and Naïve Intention (Actar).