Alcazar Genil metro station by Antonio Jiménez Torrecillas

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Antonio Jiménez Torrecillas
Camino de Ronda. Granada, Spain.
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Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas

Antonio Jiménez Torrecillas (Hellín, Spain, February 22, 1962 - Granada, Spain, June 16, 2015)

Architect from the University of Seville and Doctor of Architecture from the University of Granada. He developed a large number of projects, especially in Granada, intervening in historical contexts.

He has worked in the disciplines of architecture, urban planning, landscaping and interior design. Some of his work includes: Enhancement of the Tower of the Homage of Huéscar (Granada, 2002), the recovery of the hills of San Miguel and Sacromonte (Granada, 2002-2003), the rehabilitation of the Wall of San Miguel Alto and its surroundings (Granada, 2003), and the different interventions in the Patronato de la Alhambra y el Generalife (2001).

He has made several publications, including the study of the architecture of Eladio Dieste, between 1946 and 1996.

Some of the awards he received are: Patronato de la Alhambra y el Generalife. Library, archive and warehouses of the Alhambra Museum, Southern Pavilion of the New Museums, 1st Prize, 2000. International Biennal Architecture Award “Barbara Cappochin”, Padua 2007. 1st Prize in the Landscape category for Intervention in the Nasrid Wall in Albaicín Alto, Granada. Mies van der Rohe Awards 2007. Intervention in the Nasrid Wall in Albaicín Alto, Granada. Pre-selected project.



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