Luciano Kruk was born on the 20th July 1974 in Buenos Aires and obtained a degree in Architecture at the University of Buenos Aires in the year 2000, and he has been a Professor of Projects at said University between the years 2000 and 2009. He currently teaches as a Guest Faculty Member. He has been a Guest Faculty Member at the Universidad Politécnica in Madrid, ETSAM, at the University of Venice, IUAV, at the UNIVALI University in Santa Catarina, Brazil, at the USJT University in São Paulo Brazil, and at the Argentinian universities of San Martin USAM, Congreso (Mendoza) and San Juan, where he conducted a post-graduate seminar.
He has given seminars and lectures at different levels in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Spain and Italy.
Between the years 2000 and 2012 he was a part of the studio BAK arquitectos (Besonías-Almeida-Kruk), obtaining great recognition for his work, such as the first prize in the individual dwelling category at the Biennials of the Architects’ Association of the Buenos Aires Province in 2007 and 2009, the Special Award Eduardo Sacriste presented by the CAPBA in 2005, the first Alucobond award to Young Architecture in 2005 and the Grand Biennial Award CPAU/SCA in 2006.