Student
Antonio Pacheco

Antonio Pacheco is a writer, editor, and historian who holds an M.Arch I and a Master of Preservation Studies from Tulane University and a BA in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. He has an interest in state-sponsored architectures, with a specific focus on the architecture and architectural practices of the New Deal era. In the past, Antonio has also written extensively on the built legacies of the Soviet Union, Modern, and Postmodern architecture, and on topics surrounding historic preservation and the future of the historic built environment.

Antonio is currently serving on The Society of Architectural Historians Graduate Student Advisory Committee and sits on the Board of Directors for the LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design. Antonio is a recipient of the 2021 Royal-Anderson Fund travel award.

Areas of Interest
Historic Preservation, Historiography, Modern Architecture, Theory of Architecture