Daniel López-Pérez, PhD in the history and theory of architecture at Princeton, is an Associate Professor and a founding faculty member of the Architecture Program at the University of San Diego. López-Pérez edited Fuller in Mexico/Fuller en México! a study of Fuller's "Mexico Lecture" commemorating the 120th anniversary of his birth, published by Arquine and Conaculta (2015). The "Mexico Lecture" is one of the most comprehensive and concise autobiographical overviews of Fuller's career launching the World Design Science Decade (1965–75). López-Pérez was curator and contributor to Network Patents, a week of lectures and exhibitions on R. Buckminster Fuller, as part of the OfficeUS program, in the US Pavilion at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale (2014). In 2013, López-Pérez edited R. Buckminster Fuller: World Man, a study of Fuller's never-before-published inaugural Kassler lecture delivered at Princeton in 1966, Design Book of the Year: Editor's Pick by Architect magazine, and published by Princeton Architectural Press.