Roberto de Alba (b. 1957, Havana): A designer and web developer, de Alba practiced architecture with I.M. Pei and Partners and taught architectural design at Yale University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He was executive editor for Architecture & Design at Thomson Reuters and at Watson-Guptill Publications before moving to the field of interactive digital media. He is founding partner of Spliteye Multimedia, a New York City web development firm that has clients in the fields of art and architecture. He is the author of Paul Rudolph: The Late Work (2003, Princeton Architectural Press, New York) and editor of Perspecta, the Yale Architectural Journal (Rizzoli, New York). De Alba has a Bachelor's in design from the University of Florida and a Master's in Architecture from Yale University. (Cintas for architecture, 1989-90)

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