Sol Camacho, born in Mexico City in 1981, is an architect and urban designer who graduated from Harvard GSD (2008). She is the Cultural Director of the Instituto Bardi/Casa de Vidro Institution founded by Lina Bo and Pietro Bardi. In this role Sol manages the Bardi's archive and the cultural program of Casa de Vidro. She curated the international exhibition "Glass Houses"’ and "Lina’s Garden: An ongoing Landscape Construction’"(2017).
Sol is the founding partner of the architecture office RADDAR in São Paulo (2011) which was recently awarded the Silver Lafarge Holcim Award in Latin America (2017). Among her professional recognitions, Camacho was selected as a candidate for the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative (2016) and twice earned the FONCA research scholarship (2012, 2014).
She is the curator for the Brazilian Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.