Eduardo Berlin Razmilic Associated Architects was founded in Santiago, Chile, in January 2000, by Eduardo Berlin. With a strong focus in development, housing, and sustainability issues, the studio’s work –over one million square feet of commercial, light industrial, and single- and multifamily residential projects, amongst others–, has been extensively published in books, journals, and specialized magazines in Europe, the Americas, China and the Middle East. In 2011, after its founding partner obtained his Masters Degree from Harvard University’s Graduates School of Design, the Studio merged to form Modern Development Studio, LLC in Boston, Massachusetts.
Eduardo was awarded the 2010 Edward M. Gramlich Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Community Development by Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies (www.jchs.harvard.edu) for his groundbreaking initiative in residential markets and information, his thesis project. His research was has been published by the Joint Center and Neighbor Works of America in Washington D.C. He has been an adjoined architecture professor at Universidad Diego Portales and a researcher and Teaching Assistant for Harvard University. He is a regular columnist of El Post (www.elpost.cl), and has written articles for several journals both at home and abroad. He currently resides in Cambridge, MA. He is married and has a three-year-old daughter.