Denis Joelsons is a master in the history and fundamentals of architecture and urbanism from FAUUSP, São Paulo (2017). He is the author of the book “Architecture and Mourning in the work of Adolf Loos.” He taught the course “Introduction to Brazilian Modern Architecture” at MASP (2020). He taught architectural design at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of Santos FAUS – Unisantos (2018-2019), in the PAE (Teaching Improvement Program) in the Art History department of the undergraduate Design program at FAUUSP (2016). He graduated in architecture and urbanism from the Escola da Cidade (2010), where he worked as an assistant professor (2011-2014). He was part of the curatorial and research teams of the X São Paulo Architecture Biennial (2013), curated by Guilherme Wisnik, and the exhibition “The Insides are on the Outside” (2012), which focused on the work of Lina Bo Bardi and was curated by Hans Ulrich Olbrist. He has collaborated with various architecture firms in São Paulo and has had his own office since 2014.