Espacio Miguel Delibes in Alcobendas by Rafael de La-Hoz

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Alfonso Quiroga (La Coruña, Spain, 1969) has a degree in Fine Arts with specialization in Photography (BFA In PHOTOGRAPHY) by Western Michigan University, USA. Among its graduate courses include the Polaroid Alternative Photography Techniques and processes in old Chicago, USA and Advanced Digital Treatment in the Photography School EFTI Madrid. Currently specialized in architectural photography. Lives and works in Madrid.


The architect Rafael de La-Hoz, born in Córdoba (Spain), directs his own architecture studio and participates in urban planning projects and the construction of architectural complexes in Spain, Portugal, France, Poland, Rumania, Hungary, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates, many of which are the fruit of international architecture competitions.

His most emblematic projects include: the Repsol Campus in Méndez Álvaro (recently in receipt of LEED Platinum Certification, awarded to very few buildings in the world); the Rey Juan Carlos Hospital in Móstoles; Distrito C of Telefónica in Las Tablas; the Headquarters of Endesa; the ‘Pórtico’ building (award-winner as one of the best buildings in the world); the Higher Council of Chambers of Commerce; the Rafael del Pino Auditorium –alongside the Paseo de la Castellana- and the Retiro Municipal Assembly building, included in the Daoíz y Verlarde complex of former barracks and an award-winner for its ‘technological innovation’.



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