AIA New York design awards 2018 honor in architecture to Miguel Quismondo for the project Magazzino Italian art

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Miguel Quismondo. Project architect.- Jesús Aparicio Alfaro
Rocío Calzado López and Miguel Bello Escribano, students. Structural engineer.- Michael Carr. Mechanical, electrical, plumbing.- CES Engineers. Lighting consultant.- M.a.p. Design Studio. Cost consultant.- Stuart-Lynn Company. Civil engineer.- Badey & Watson. Surveying and Engineering.- PC. Graphic design.- Waterhouse Cifuentes Design
Construction manager
Miguel Quismondo. Construction supervision.- Mario Gregorio
Concrete contractor.- Malt Construction. Earthwork.- Harold Lyons and Sons Masonry: Gregorio & Gregorio. Framing and carpentry.- Van der Koos Construction. Steel contractor.- 301 East. Skylight roof.- Glassolutions. Curtain walls.- Proinller. Roofing contractor.- Vanguard

Miguel, Quismondo

Miguel Quismondo was born and raised in Spain. He attended the Polytechnic School in Madrid, where he graduated as an Architect. A will to extend his understanding of architecture led him to travel to the United States, where he has carried out most of his career, first working for a corporate firm (Perkins+Will) and later collaborating with Alberto Campo Baeza in the project and construction of Olnick Spanu House. Over the past decade, he has worked for Olnick Spanu in several fields spanning Design, Construction and Management. Additionally, he had the opportunity to work with many international Artists to help them implement and install site-specific projects in Garrison, NY.

During his more than two decades of professional experience in the fields of architecture construction and development, Miguel has also continued his education: he holds one Master’s degree in Real Estate Development from Columbia University and another in Construction Management from NYU. He has also recently started PhD studies in architecture, focusing on the financial aspects of design and development. He has been published in la Biennale di Venezia, Architectural Record, A+U, and Casabella, among other magazines.



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