Tomás McKay is a Chilean architect & landscape architect who has worked on projects of diverse scale and complexity, both with his own studio and with Chilean master Teodoro Fernández. He has taught at the Universidad Católica de Chile for 15 years and has been a visiting professor at UC Berkeley and other universities.
With studies in Chile, Italy and the United States; his work is mostly related to the process of design and how architecture is able to transfer information between different scales; working with the site, the client, the budget and the environment. This gathering other disciplines in a more strong and deep understanding of structure, adaptation, resilience and beauty.
- Courses Taught
ARCH 202 / Graduate Option Studio (Spring 2019)
Riverine Flood and Sea Level Rise in the Pearl River Delta:
Navigating the 2W of the Global City Region
Special Topics in Architectural Design (Fall 2019) Designing for Water
Special Topics in Architectural Design (Fall 2018) Greater Bays: Adapting to Rapid Change
LD ARCH 200A
Fundamentals of Landscape Design (Fall 2019)
Fundamentals of Landscape Design (Fall 2018)
Fundamentals of Architectural Design (Spring 2018)
Fundamentals of Architectural Design (Fall 2017)