Pablo Meninato is the principal of the firm PMarch, an architectural studio concerned with creating a better environment through architecture and urban design. Meninato has more than 20 years of experience as a practicing architect, teacher and scholar. He holds a Diploma of Architect from the Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires, and Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Meninato has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, University of Maryland, Universidad de Palermo, Universidad de Monterrey, Universidade Federal at Porto Alegre, and he is currently teaching at Philadelphia University. He has practiced architecture and urban design in Buenos Aires, Philadelphia and Monterrey, and is currently developing the master plan for the Ciudad Innova in Monterrey, Mexico. 

Pablo Meninato is currently a PhD candidate at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul at Porto Alegre, the main topics of his dissertation are the notions of type, imitation and readymade, particularly focusing on the relationship between the work of Marcel Duchamp and contemporary architecture. Meninato’s design work and essays have been published in various magazines and journals. Most recently, he published the article “(Dis)Assembling - Duchamp and Architecture” in Assemble magazine -July 2012.