Federico Pardos Auber (Barcelona, 1970). Architect by the architecture school of Paris-La-Seine, outstanding cum-laude in the final project. Award-winning architect at the Aga Khan awards 2019 (Kazan, Tatarstan, September 2019), at the XIV Spanish Architecture and Urban Development Biennial 2018 (Santander, July 2018), at the 2018 World Architectural News Awards (London, November 2018) and at the LEAF Awards 2018 (Frankfurt, November 2018) for the work of the new classroom for Bambey University in Senegal, promoted by the Ministry of Higher Education and funded by the World Bank.
He joined IDOM in 2000 as a project manager, since 2010 he is Partner Architect and is currently the director of IDOM SENEGAL. As project manager, among his most outstanding works are:
New classrooms for the universities of Bambey and Saint Louis in Senegal, financed by the World Bank and promoted by the Ministry of Higher Education of Senegal. Project, management and construction management of Diamniadio digital technology park, in Dakar (Senegal), over an area of 25 Ha, which includes a Tier III data center, offices, incubators and services, as well as urban and landscape planning, financed by the African Development Bank and promoted by the Ministry of Telecommunications of Senegal. Brazzaville Technology Park, in the Republic of Congo, financed by AfdB; the project of a new 500-room, four-star hotel in Pointe Sarène, Senegal, for the RIU hotel chain. New headquarters for Certest R&D laboratories in San Mateo de Gállego (Zaragoza) that includes ISO5 cleanrooms and biosafety laboratories. Project of the new water company headquarters "AGUR" in Anglet, France. Renovation and rehabilitation of buildings of the European Parliament of Strasbourg. Director of the Zaragoza pavilion project at Expo Shanghai 2010. Technical consultancy for the evaluation of a project to regroup the UN delegations in Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in a new location. Reconstruction work management of the Zaragoza 2008 international exhibition site in new urbanization and underground parking for 2,500 spaces.
In collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects he has been responsible for the drafting of the interior architecture project of the Bridge Pavilion of Expo 2008 and later for the reconversion studies in museum space. He has participated in conferences in different professional forums and his work has been published in several specialized magazines.
Raimundo Bambó Naya, (Huesca, 1975). He graduated as an architect from the University of Navarra (ETSAUN) in 2000 and won the Outstanding Graduate of the Year Prize and was runner up to the National Outstanding Graduate of the Year Prize. He has complemented these studies with courses and seminars at the University of Navarra, the London Architectural Association and the Architecture School of the Universitá degli Studi di Palermo. He is currently an associate teacher in the field of Architectonic Composition at the University of Zaragoza. Since 2000, he has been carrying out his professional practice at IDOM ACXT.
Amongst his works, the most relevant are the Lineal Urban Park on the Ebro riverside, the Tenerías - Las Fuentes neighbourhood in Zaragoza, the participants’ pavilions building and general urbanization for the Zaragoza 2008 Expo, the Vehicle Research Institute in Alcañiz or the restoration of the Municipal Archives in Huesca.
Several of these have been acknowledged by the Fernando El Catolico Institution, The Architests’ Association of Aragon (COAA), the Arquia Proxima Programme of the Architects’ Bank, the European Biennial of Landscape Architecture, the Sao Paulo Architecture Biennial or the Spanish Urbanism and Architecture Biennial.