Emmanuel Osorno is an architect, designer, educator, and the founder of EOstudio. He is the incoming 2021-23 Architecture and Social Innovation Fellow at the Tulane University School of Architecture. His most recent work aims to recalibrate the public's view towards building preservation and social services, leveraging the power of images to infiltrate existing forms of media through which buildings circulate and gain value.
While at Princeton University, he was a research assistant at the c.r.e.A.te Lab, where his work focused on computer vision and robotic operation; and he held teaching assistant positions for multiple design and social innovation studios. Prior to his graduate studies, Osorno practiced for several years at Eric Owen Moss Architects in Culver City, CA, where he was involved in the design and construction of renowned projects.
His work has been published in ACADIA and Pidgin, and exhibited in San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, Chicago, and Princeton. He also contributed to the design and publication of the book L.A. [TEN]: Interviews on Los Angeles Architecture, 1970s-1990s edited by Stephen Phillips.
Osorno holds a Post Professional Master of Architecture and a Certificate in Media and Modernity from Princeton University, a Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and is a registered architect in the state of California.