A house between a museum and a kitchen by Jesús Aparicio

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Jesús Aparicio Guisado
Eduardo Blanes Pérez; Carlos Izquierdo García; Juan Carlos Bragado Peña (student)
Los Jerónimos, Madrid, Spain

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Jesús Aparicio (Madrid, 1960) is a Spanish architect. His work and thinking are focus in merging the thinking-teaching-building understanding these three abilities as a whole. He graduated with honors in both Design and Urbanism specializations at the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) in 1984.

He was awarded with the Rome Prize in 1987 and subsequently with a Fulbright/Ministry of Education grant. He researched several years at Columbia University, where he got a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Building Design. Jesús Aparicio is a PhD architect and since 2009 full professor of Architectural Design at the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM). During the academic years 2001/02 and 2011/12 he has been Visiting Scholar at the Graduated School of Architecture of Columbia University (GSAPP).

His architecture has been awarded with many Spanish and international prizes including the AR+D Prize of the RIBA, the Architecture and Town Planning Prize from Madrid City Council, the APD Award of Design, the HYSPALIT Brick Architecture Award and the Saloni Award. In 2000, he represented Spain at the Venice Architecture Biennale and gets a Special Mention in the European Architecture Award Luigi Cosenza. In 2005, he was selected to take part in the Spanish Architecture Biennale. In 2008, he was nominated for the Klippan Award as well as for the Swiss Architectural Award, and in 2012 he won the 39th edition of the IIDA Awards. More recently in 2016, he was runner-up at the XIII edition of the Spanish Architecture and Town Planning Biennial.



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