Gabriel Cuéllar is an architect, urbanist, and educator. After studying architecture and urban design at Carnegie Mellon University and the Berlage Institute, he worked in design offices in Zurich, Paris, Amsterdam, New York City, and Houston. In 2016, he co-founded Cadaster with Athar Mufreh.
Cuéllar’s writings have been published by Sternberg Press and Routledge, and his work has been exhibited at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Netherlands Architecture Institute, House of World Cultures, Parsons School of Design, and University of Michigan. In 2018–2019, he was the Oberdick fellow at University of Michigan, and is currently an assistant professor-in-practice at University of Minnesota. Gabriel’s design research focuses on real property, existing fabrics, and contemporary environments. He is currently writing a book, Property as Spatial Practice.