José Rafael Moneo Vallés
José Rafael Moneo Vallés (born May 9. Tudela, Navarra,1937) is a Spanish architect. He was won the Pritzker Prize for architecture in 1996. He studied at the ETSAM, Technical University of Madrid (UPM) from which he received his architectural degree in 1961. From 1958 to 1961 he worked with the architect Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza in Madrid and from 1961-62 in Hellebaeck, Denmark with Jørn Utzon. In 1963 he was awarded a fellowship at the Spanish Academy in Rome. Upon his return to Spain in 1965, he opened his office in Madrid and began teaching at the Escuela Técnica Superior of Madrid.
In 1970 he won a teaching chair in architectural theory at the Escuela Técnica Superior of Barcelona. From 1980 to 1985 he was chaired professor of composition at the Escuela Técnica Superior of Madrid. He has taught architecture at various locations around the world and from 1985 to 1990 was the chairman of Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he is the first Josep Lluís Sert Professor of Architecture. In 1991 he was named Josep Lluís Sert Professor of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design where he continues to lecture as Professor Emeritus. He became Academic Numerary in the Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid in May 1997.
Spanish constructions of his design include the renovation of the Villahermosa Palace (Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum) in Madrid, the National Museum of Roman Art in Mérida, an expansion of the Madrid Atocha railway station, the Diestre Factory in Zaragoza, Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation in Majorca the headquarters of the Bankinter (again, in Madrid), Town Hall in Logroño. He also designed the annex to the Murcia Town Hall, which was completed in 1998. His latest works are the enlargement of the Prado Museum, the extension of the Bank of Spain, an almost totally mimetic reproduction of the existing building and the extension of the Madrid Atocha railway station 2011.
Some of Moneo's prominent works in the US include the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, the Davis Art Museum at Wellesley College in Massachusetts and the Audrey Jones Beck Building (an expansion of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston). Moneo also designed the Chace Center, a new building for the Rhode Island School of Design. Moneo's most recent work is the Northwest Corner Building (formerly the Interdepartmental Science Building) at Columbia University in New York City, which first opened in December 2010.
Moneo is in possession of prestigious international awards including the Prize of architecture Arnold W. Brunner Memorial (1993) of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Schock Prize in Visual Arts (1993) in Stockholm, the Pritzker Prize (1996), the Antonio Feltrinelli (1998) of the National Academy of Lincei in Rome and Mies van der Rohe (2001) of Barcelona.
|1937||Born in Tudela, Navarra Spain|
|1958-61||Worked at the office of Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza|
|1961||Obtained degree from the Escuela Técnica Superior, Madrid|
|1962||Worked at the office of Jǿrn Utzon, Denmark|
|1963||Spent two years at the Spanish Academy, Rome|
|1967||Diestre Factory, Zaragoza, Spain|
|1976||Bankinter (Bank) in Madrid|
|1981||City Hall of Logrono, Spain|
|1985-90||Dean at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design|
|1986||National Museum of Roman Art, Mérida, Spain|
|1987||L’Illa Diagonal, Barcelona, Spain, in collaboration with Manuel Solà-Morales|
|1990||Kursaal Auditorium and Congress Center, San Sebastián, Spain|
Murcia City Hall Extension, Spain
San Pablo Airport, Seville, Spain
Madrid Atocha railway station
The Pilar and Joan Miro Foundation, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Pritzker Architecture Prize
Souks, Beirut, Lebanon
|1998||Moderna Museet and Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design, Stockholm, Sweden|
|2000||Audrey Jones Beck Building, Houston, Texas|
|2001||Iesu Church, San Sebastián, Spain|
|2002||Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, California|
|2003||RIBA Royal Gold Medal|
|2005||Northwest Corner Building, Columbia University, New York, USA, in collaboration with Moneo-Brock Studio|
Museo del Prado extension, Madrid, Spain
Neuroscience Institute and Department of Psychology, Princeton University, USA
|2009||New Library of the University of Deusto, Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain|
Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture
Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts
Museum University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain
Pegenaute Pedro, born in Pamplona in 1977. Is a professional photographer specialized in architecture since 2005, year in which parks his career as a technical architect to devote himself exclusively to photography. Since then works with architects and publishing (books, magazines, webs) national and international prestige.
He has received several awards in photography competitions that reward their particular look: First Prize College of Vasco-Navarro Architects (2005); ; first "Views from the Architecture" (2011) Institute Alicantino Juan Gil-Albert Award finalist "Purification Garcia 2007", selected work and acquired to be part of both the exhibition that later was celebrated in the Circle of Fine Arts (Madrid), as the private collection of works of that mark. He has also collaborated as a jury in several photography competitions.
His work has been part of numerous exhibitions of architecture in cities like Barcelona, Tokyo, Los Angeles, New York, London, etc.. and his personal work has been shown in particular exhibitions since 2003, where his work began to be acquired by private individuals and private collections, while receives numerous commissions for performing large format murals for interior spaces.
In recent years, the reflection by "human architecture", in short for the explanation of the architecture from the wearer, and new forms of visual representation have led him to be tested in the audiovisual field with the creation of videos provided from its essence of photographer.