Unfinished. Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

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Spanish Pavilion, Giardini, Venice, Italy.
from 26 May to 27 November 2016.


Iñaqui Carnicero. 1973 Born in Madrid, Spain.
1998 Bsc. Architecture, School of Polytechnic University of Madrid.
2000-2011 Associate Professor of Design at the Architecture School of Polytechnic University of Madrid.
2000 Invited Bienal of Venice.
2002 Honorable Mention Luigi Cosenza Prize.
2003 Honorable Mention C.O.A.M. awards.
2008 JAE exhibition. young Spanish Architects.
2008 Scholarship by the Royal Spanish Academy of the Fine Arts for research in Rome.

2009 Final stage Architectural Digest awards.
2010 Selected BSI University of Mendrisio awards

2010 Final Stage FAD Spanish Awards.
2011 Design Vanguard Award 2011. Architectural Record.
2011 Emerging Architecture Awards. Architectural Review.
2011 First prize Hauser award 2012.
2011 Current Doctoral Thesis : “Louis Kahn vs Robert Venturi: Learning from the scale of Rome”.


CARLOS QUINTÁNS has continuously developed throughout his career the fields of teaching, research, dissemination and construction. He has been Professor of Construction at the School of Architecture of A Coruña. Quintáns was part of the Quintáns-Raya-Crespo practice until 2002 and since 1996 he co-directs the Tectónica magazine with José María Marzo and Berta Blasco . He also edited the numbers 33 and 34 of the Obradoiro magazine with Carlos Pita. Quintáns also works as coordinator of the Enor prize. In addition, in 2011 he coordinated with Javier Fernández Muñoz the project of A Cidade Intuida.



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