Conrad-Bercah is an architect and theorist who founded C-B A—Content for Bare Architecture—a studio actively engaged in defining a new A-B-C for architecture.
Conrad-bercah is the author of “West Workroom, Towards a New Sobriety in Architecture” (Charta, 2008), hailed as the best book of 2008 by Il Giornale dell'Architettura and Il Giornale dell'Arte, of “Archipelago Town-lines, Tactical planning concepts for urbanity in the MMM”, an app for tablets (2013) putting forward a new urban growth model and of “Water-Line, Memos for a Bare Architecture”, a forthcoming app developing a new theory for bare architecture.
Conrad-Bercah is a graduate of Turin’s Polytechnic and the Harvard University Design School where he has served as an instructor, a fellow and a design critic. In 2013 he was a lecturer at the MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism. In 2014 he was a speaker at a TED Conference held in Lugano.