José Bernardi is an associate professor at the Design School at Arizona State University, where he is the coordinator of Interior Design and the Master of Interior Architecture. He has published several essays on the relationship between design and ideas in cultural settings. Among them is “Luis Barragán: Architecture as Revelation,” in The Religious Imagination in Modern and Contemporary Architecture: A Reader, edited by Renata Hejduk and Jim Williamson (Routledge 2011). His essay “Revolution and Revelation: The Monastery at Tlalpan by Luis Barragán,” in Building the Kingdom, edited by Kate Jordan and Ayla Lepine (Pickering & Chatto Publishers, forthcoming), will be published in 2016. He contributed several entries on architecture in Latin America to the Encyclopedia of 20th Century Architecture, edited by R. Stephen Sennott (Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2004). With the support of a Graham Foundation grant, he completed his research and published the essay “Le Corbusier’s Curutchet House.” In the fall of 2002 he was a Fellow Resident at the Charles Moore Center for the Study of Place, Austin.