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Jordi Badia (Barcelona, 1961) graduated in architecture from the ETSAB (Barcelona School of Architecture) in 1989. Between 1989 and 1993 he practiced a professional partnership with Tonet Sunyer. In 1994 founded the BAAS architecture study, Jordi Badia combines his professional task of an architect with that of a professor at the Department of Architectural Projects at ETSAB since 2001 and at ESARQ-UIC since 2009. He also collaborates to the newspaper ARA since 2010 and is editor of the Hic Architecture since 2009. Along with Felix Arranz, he curated the Catalan and Balearic Pavilion at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale 2012.
The practice is currently working on various projects, including the town hall in Montroig del Camp, the headquarters of the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre and the new premises of the MUHBA (Museum of History of Barcelona) in Poblenou district, Barcelona. The office is also working on the citizens building in Palamós, the extensive rehabilitation of Alta Diagonal office building in Barcelona and the Radio and TV University in Katowice, Poland.
The team take part in the development of public spaces, urban facilities, strategic points, urban peculiar situations…etc. The philosophy of their work lies on the relationship between the city, architecture and nature, urban planning and landscape architecture and in the articulation of different scales: from territorial scale to the detail.
Throughout the professional life of the study many projects have been developed in different topics such as: Public spaces and urban facilities (Hortus wineries in Valflaunes, Wallon Marcadau refuge in the National park of Pyrenees, or the canopies in Vieux Boucau); Director plan of public spaces (Director plan beach in VIEUX BOUCAU in the Atlantic Ocean).
Many projects has been recognised at national and international awards:
Selected in the international Mies van der Rohe 2017 award with the project Winery in Montpellier, France.
First prize in the FAD 2011 award, landscape and city category, with de project Aigües Park in Figueres, Spain.
First prize in the Trophées de l’aménagement Urbain award three times: at Pams Port street in Vendres, France ; at the ARLES SUR TECH square, France ; and in the fairground in Treffort, France.
In 2021 they have been Mentioned by the CSCAE Spanish Architecture Award and the Galician Architecture Award for the Social Center in Cornido. Also Second Prize for the Juana de Vega Architecture Award for Casa Elías in Corcubión and, with a project about the Cans Festival, they participated again in the Venice Architecture Biennale with the Spanish Pavilion. They are creators of the recent MUV, Art Center of the María José Jove Foundation, the first 100% virtual museum in Spain. In 2016 they received the Galician Architecture Award and the BEAU Award (both for Casa Chao in Corcubión), also participating (with Remodeling of the Port of Malpica) in the Venice Architecture Biennale with the Spanish Pavilion, winner of the Golden Lion They have been nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award (2015 - Casa Chao) and won the Ar+d Emerging Architecture Award, granted by Architectural Review and the RIBA (2011 - Malpica). They were also Special Mention at the FAD Awards (2014 - Casa Chao) and Special Mention of the Jury at the BEAU (2011 - Malpica). They have won the ENOR Galicia Award (2007 – Lonja de Fisterra), COAG de Obra Nova (2011 – Casa Mercedes in A Coruña), Espazo Público (2011 - Malpica and 2000 – Plaza in Lugo) and Rehabilitation (2002 – Fundación Luís Seoane) , as well as the Juana de Vega Architecture Award (2018 – Casa C, 2015 – Casa Chao and 2013 – Casa en Redonda). In 2007 they were the participating Galician studio in the V Encontros Internacionais de Arquitectura. There are different monographic publications on his work, such as the books 1+1 (Uzina), Architecture 2000-2012 (TC), Remodeling of the Port of Malpica (OYS), Lonxa de Fisterra (Atlante) and Fundación Luis Seoane (Concello da Coruña).
Juan Creus is the creator and co-director of the magazine O monografías and author of books such as A Terra das Mil Belezas, Terra o Viaxe á Fin da Terra (also with Covadonga Carrasco), both collaborate in different magazines and forums related to the territory and the architecture. From his studio they publish the magazine RESINA. With his interventions they intend to reinvent the nearby landscape as a generic form.
They have been awarded several times with prizes such as the Juana de Vega Prize for Interventions in Heritage 2017, the World Heritage Cities Prize or the V Enor Galicia Prize.
Carles Enrich (Barcelona, 1980) graduated at the ETSAB in Barcelona in 2005. From the beginning of his career he has combined his professional work with research, and obtained a Master degree in Theory and Practice of Architectural Projects from the UPC where he is currently a PhD Candidate. His thesis deals with the temporary occupations in the public space in Barcelona.
Associate lecturer in Projects at the ETSAB since 2016. From 2008 to 2017, he taught Projects and Urban Design at the Reus School of Architecture and, in 2015, Projects at the ETSAV. He was also visiting professor in the Extra-Local workshop organised by Columbia GSAPP in 2019, has collaborated on international master’s degrees such as the BIARCH in 2012 and the master’s degree in Restoration at the UPC in 2014, and directed the Vertical Workshop at the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture in 2018.
Carles Enrich’s aim of producing practice-based knowledge led him in 2013 to set up Carles Enrich Studio, where he develops projects that cover the entire habitable territory, from the domestic sphere to landscape. The quality and rigour of the practice’s built work are endorsed by consecutive nominations for the European Union Mies Award (2017, 2019) and the Lisbon Triennale Début Award 2016; the Spanish Architecture and Urban Design Biennale Awards in 2016 and 2018, the FAD Opinion Prize in 2016, and the AJAC Awards in 2012, 2016 and 2018. They were also recognised in the studio’s participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2012, with the exhibition Context in “Architectural Rowers” in the Catalan Pavilion and, in 2016, as part of the exhibition Unfinished, which earned the Spanish Pavilion the Biennale’s Golden Lion.
Oscar Fuertes Dopico (Ferrol, 1983) is an architect from the E.T.S.A.C. (2008) and completed the Erasmus program at the Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio, Switzerland (2006). Master in Architectural Rehabilitation, UDC (2009). Doctoring the Doctorate course at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London (2011). PhD Architect UDC (2015) with Extraordinary Prize with the thesis: “Ribera carpentry in Galicia. The recovery of its architectures,”, published by the Xunta de Galicia (2016) and winner of the XIV Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism Award (2018). Collaborator at Carlos Seoane Arquitecto (CSA) from 2009 to 2014. Participated in the creation, as coordinator and professor, of the international architecture course COMPOSTELAs, Fundación Compostela Arquitectura from 2010 to 2018. Since 2019, he has combined professional work with teaching as a Professor Associate in the Department of Architectural Projects, Urbanism, and Composition of the University of La Coruña.
Iago Fernández Penedo (Vigo, 1983) is an architect from the E.T.S.A.M. (2009). During the years 2001–03, he carried out his studies at the E.T.S.A.C., UDC. Postgraduate Specialist in Design and Technology of Industrial Housing, Madrid, ETSAM. (2010). International Wood Program, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland (2013). Master in Structural Engineering of Wood, Lugo, USC (2014). Collaborator at Alfonso Penela Arquitectos from 2009 to 2014 and as an intern from 2003 to 2008.
Ángela García de Paredes (1958) and Ignacio García Pedrosa (1957) are architects by the Architecture School of Madrid, where they teach. Invited professors in other spanish and foreign universities for teaching, critics and speakers. In 1990 they founded Paredes Pedrosa Studio, after collaborating with José María García de Paredes for several years.
They are authors of, among other works, the Valdemaqueda Town Hall, Valle Inclán Theatre in Madrid, the Archaelogical Museum of Almería, Peñíscola Auditorium, La Olmeda Roman Ville, Ceuta Library or the Lugo Auditorium. Their work has been recognized with the 2007 Spanish Architecture National Award, ar+d Award, Europan II and IV, Europa Nostra, Madrid Architecture Award, Mansilla Award, Gold Medal International Prize for Sustainable Architecture, Mediterranean Sustaniable Architecture Award and 'Golden Medal for the Merit in Fine Arts' 2014, given by the Culture and Sports Spanish Ministery. Their work has been exhibited in many national and international architecture biennials.
Estudi08014 has been recognized in different architectural competitions at local and international level and his work has been exhibited in different spaces and published on various platforms.
Part of his work has been exhibited at the Mostra Giovani Architetti Europei 2004 (Naples), the IX Bienal de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Española 2007 (Santander), as well as the XI Mostra Internazionale di Architettura Biennale di Venezia 2008.
Since 2020 he runs his firm, Laguillo Arquitectos, recently recognized with the 1st Prize of the International Competition for the new National Museum of Archaeology in Chung-Ju (Korea).
Andrés Jaque, holds a Ph.D. in architecture. He is the founder of the Office for Political Innovation and the Dean of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University, New York.
In 2014 he received the Silver Lion at the 14th Mostra Internazionale di Architettura, Biennale di Venezia.
He is the author of award-winning projects such as Plasencia Clergy House (Dionisio Hernández Gil Prize), House in Never Never Land (Mies Van der Rohe European Union Award's finalist), TUPPER HOME (X Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo), or ESCARAVOX (COAM Award 2013). He has also developed architectural performances as well as installations that question political frameworks through architectural practice; including IKEA Disobedients (MoMA Collection, 2011); PHANTOM. Mies as Rendered Society (Mies Barcelona Pavilion, 2012) or Superpowers of Ten (Lisbon Triennale, 2014).
Andrés Jaque is a Professor of Advanced Design at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) and Visiting Professor at Princeton University's School of Architecture.
Winners of a Europan 13 first prize in Marl, Germany, won a selection at the 2017 FAD Awards and have been finalists for the Arquia Proxima Awards 2014 and 2016. Their work is part of the permanent collection of the Architekturmuseum: Pinakothek der Moderne from Munich. Finalists for the FAD 2019 awards.
Estudio Herreros is a Madrid-based architecture practice operating worldwide, employing about 20 architects from different nationalities, that has important achievements in the art world such as the Edward Munch Museum in Oslo, currently under construction, the re-qualification of the exhibition areas of the Reina Sofía Museum, the contemporary art space SOLO in Madrid and a number of designs for art fairs, galleries, exhibitions, or artist studios such as Luis Gordillo's.
The list of significant projects of estudioHerreros includes the intermodal station of Santiago, the Ágora-Bogotá event center in Colombia and the Tacubaya Strategic Plan in Mexico, along with achievements in Spain, Korea, Panama, Uruguay, France, Morocco, etc.
Beatriz Matos Castaño is a PhD Architect with the thesis "Eduardo Chillida, Arquitecto", has been a design professor at the Universidad Europea de Madrid UEM (1997-2021) and at the ETSAM, UPM, (1989-2003). Alberto Martínez Castillo is a PhD Architect with the thesis "Max Bill: Variaciones sobre la búsqueda de la belleza" is a full professor of design at the ETSAM, UPM, (1987-2023) and has been a professor at CEU Arquitectura (2000-2001) and UEM (2010-2020).
They have received over fifty awards in architectural competitions and numerous awards and recognitions for their built work. Among the latter: the International Andrea Palladio Award 1993 (IV edition Vicenza, Italy), the II Exhibition of Young Spanish Architects Award 1992, several Madrid City Council Architecture Awards (1998, 2001, 2003), Community of Madrid Quality Awards (2000, 2003, 2005), COAM Awards (2000, 2005, 2021), and have been finalists on two occasions (1999, 2004) in the FAD Awards.
He has developed the Doctorate with Mention Towards Excellence in Advanced Architectural Projects in the Department of Architectural Projects of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (UPM).
María Langarita (1979) is architect graduate from Universidad de Navarra, awarded with the Premio Nacional Fin de Carrera. She has been associate lecturer at the Architectural Projects Departament, at the Universidad de Navarra and at the ETSA Madrid, and as lecturer at the ETSAZ, Zaragoza, Spain. Víctor Navarro (1979) is architect graduate from the ETSA Madrid, he actually works as lecturer in Architectural Projects at the Universidad Europea de Madrid. They are both now developing their doctorate thesis. At the same time, Víctor Navarro together with Roberto González are co-founders of Urgente, defined as an aperiodic publication for the dissemination of documents that may be of current interest.
They work together since 2005. They have been prize winners in several competitions, among which the following could be highlighted: the renovation of the Nave 15 at Matadero Madrid to become the Red Bull Music Academy 2011, second prize at the international competition for the ARCO Actual Art Center in Madrid, first prize at the Intermediae/Prado international competition in Madrid, in an advanced stage of construction nowadays, and their work has been selected to be exhibited in different places and events like the XI BEAU Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Bienale (Comillas, Madrid, 2011), YAP Space Maxxi Roma (2011), XI Bienale Venezia (2008), FreshForward in Madrid (2007), 44 International Young Architects (travelling exhibition, Barcelona, 2007), and at the RojoMáquina Gallery, Madrid (2007). They also have been invited to a number of conferences and workshops, and they also have been jury in the Santo Domingo Bienale.
It is made up of the following firms: Estudio Guadiana SL and Porras La Casta Arquitectos SCP.
PGA practices a collaborative ideology and relies on its association with different firms that contribute and enrich the development of the projects. His recent works include the Río Manzanares Master Plan and the Madrid Río project, which is the largest and most significant urban development operation in the Spanish capital. The project has received numerous national and international awards such as the Hispania Nostra 2016 and the Veronica Rudge Green Prize from Harvard University in 2015.
The team's approach is based on a sustainable perspective and covers the entire spectrum, from urban planning to the discipline of architecture, from design strategies to master plans, from the realization of large-scale projects to their smallest details. The philosophy of the firm is based on the sensitivity for the cultures and the meanings that we find in each place, in addition to the combination with the latest construction advances and techniques learned from vernacular architecture. With a methodology used for the last ten years, we strengthen the skills, enthusiasm and knowledge of our teams, clients and communities involved to create inspiring environments and rich shared knowledge.
In 2005 she began her professional career at the Soriano y Asociados Arquitectos studio where she will work for three years. From 2008 to 2009 she works in London at the Chora Architecture & Urbanism studio. In 2015 to 2014 she works at Idom ACXT (Consulting, Engineering, architecture). Lastly, from 2009 to the present she is the director of the architecture studio NAZA Arquitectura y Diseño.
Sergio Sebastián Franco. Calatayud (1976). Architect ETSA Madrid. 2002. PhD Architect ETSA Madrid. 2016. Architectural Design at the University of Zaragoza since 2009. Among his main works are the City of Justice in Zaragoza, or the Palace of Justice in Huesca, or the Master Plan for the rehabilitation of the Palace of the Audience of Zaragoza. Among the fields of art and architecture, they have been developing pieces of artistic lighting since 2004.
Currently, he is developing various studies for the recovery of the Camino De Santiago in Aragon and the enhancement of various dispersed and abandoned heritage in various nuclei to its He passed. He is also a contributing critic at Zenda Libros.
Selected in the Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2020. Gold Medal for the DOMUS Restauro e Conservazione Award (2014). Architecture Award with EÑE (2018 and 2016). Ricardo Magdalena Awards (2020, 2018, and 2013). Construlita Mexico Award (2019). Paysage Triennale di Milano Award (2019). Innomatnet Awards Award. New materials in Building Industrie (2014). Excellence Award in Historic Architectural Renovations in Build Magazine’s Architecture Awards (2015). Rethinking The Future International Awards Award (2018 and 2015). Blue Stone Awards Archi-World Award (2013). Special mention Europa Nostra Awards (2014). Selected in various editions of the European Landscape Biennial, the Spanish Architecture Biennial, the Urban CCCB Awards, or the CSCAE Architecture in Positive Awards. Finalist in the Arquia / Próxima awards, Piranesi Accademia Adrianea di Roma, ASCER, García Mercadal COAA, Prémio Jornal-Larus architecturas urban equipment Iberian, and LUMEC CLU Foundation Philips, SAIE Selection Contest´12 Archi-Europe.
Their work has been published in architecture books and magazines, nationally and internationally, and exhibited in UIA Tokyo 2011, París 2009 and the Venice Biennal 2000. Theorically, the practice has published articles both in architecture books and magazines, among which Arquitectura COAM, Ed. Fundamentos and DC Papers are to highlight. Their work has been recognized with different awards such as AJAC Joves Arquitectes 2011, FAD 2009 award fianlists, Saloni d’Arquitect award fianlists.
2021 Winner. Premio Europeo di Architettura MATILDE BAFFA UGO RIVOLTA 2021. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Gold Award. BEST ARCHITECTS 22. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 First Prize. Premios MAPEI a la Arquitectura Sostenible 2021. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner Jury's TOP PICK. BLT Built Design Awards - Social Housing. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner. THE PLAN AWARD 2021 - Social Housing. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner Best of best. ARCHITECTURE MASTERPRIZE AMP 2021 - Residential Multi Unit. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner ex-aequo. Premio CATALUNYA CONSTRUCCIÓ 2021 - Innovació a la construcció. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner. Premio A+ by DAIKIN - Vivienda plurifamiliar. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner. XV Premios NAN Arquitectura y construcción 2021 - Residencial. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Winner. Premio de opinión, PREMIO FAD DE ARQUITECTURA. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
2021 Awarded. Arquitectura y Urbanismo, BEAU XV. 85 Viviendas sociales en Cornellà
Pep Ripoll and Juan Miguel Tizón are architects from the Barcelona School of Architecture. Since 2002 they have shared a professional studio, combining the development of public and private promotion projects with participation in national and international architecture competitions.
They have won numerous awards in architecture competitions, among others, the first prizes for the rehabilitation of the Sa Vinyeta building in Menorca, the rehabilitation of the building of the Ministry of Health and Consumption and the Arquia-banking office, both in Palma, and several residential buildings of public promotion in Mallorca and Ibiza.
Their built work has received numerous awards, including the 2015 Gubbio Award for the best intervention in historic centers in Europe, the Ciutat de Palma Award in 2013 and 2019, the 2013 NAN Award for the best residential construction project, the APLUS 2013 Award for the best architecture project for housing, the 2011-13 Mallorca Architecture Award for the best residential work and the 2005-08 Menorca Architecture Award for the best work. They have been finalists in the 2013 FAD Awards, in the XII Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Biennial 2013, in the 2013 and 2016 Ugo Rivolta European Architecture Prize, in the 2013 Barbara Cappochin International Architecture Biennial and in the 2014 Mallorca Architecture Awards -2016.
Their work has been selected and exhibited at the International Architecture Biennial of Argentina 2016, at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012, and widely disseminated in the main national and international architecture publications.
Jorge Vidal Tomás architect, graduated from ‘Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona’ (ETSAB) in 2005. He studied at the Academy of Architecture Mendrisio in 2004. During that time, he worked with Peter Zumthor Atelier and Valerio Olgiati Atelier. Furthermore, he studied in Greece with Ella Zenghelis thanks to a scholarship awarded to him by the Mies Van der Rohe Foundation. He is, at present, preparing his Ph.D. at ETSAB.
He is a professor of Studio Projects at ETSAB and director of the series of lectures known as Foros ESARQ at the Universidad Internacional de Cataluña. He has taught as a guest speaker at many schools of architecture. In addition to his academic commitments, he lectures extensively all over Spain and also abroad. He writes regularly about architecture.
Marcos Catalán graduated in Design from the Elisava School in Barcelona in 1997. After collaborating in different architecture studios, in 2006 he founded “Marcos Catalan, Studio,” developing comprehensive architecture, interior design, and product design projects. Currently, he combines professional practice with teaching, teaching classes in different Master's degrees in Interior Design at Elisava. He has taught at various design schools in Catalonia and Spain and has been invited as a lecturer at the CEDIM University of Architecture and Design in Monterrey, Mexico.
Marta García Orte is a graduate in architecture from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Barcelona-ETSAB (Barcelona, 2005). She collaborated with different national and international architecture firms until, in 2010, she founded her own studio, developing comprehensive architecture projects. In parallel, she has completed the Master in Construction Management at La Salle Barcelona - ETSALS (Barcelona, 2007) and the Master in Architecture from the Barcelona Institute of Architecture - MBIArch (Barcelona, 2010). From 2012 to the present, he combines professional practice with teaching activity at the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture, teaching project subjects, university competitions, and temporary installations, winning the Urban Plunge and LlumBcn 2019 awards.
Harquitectes is a team of architects which include David Llorente (ETSAV-UPC, 2000), Xavier Ros (ETSAV-UPC, 1998), Josep Ricart (ETSAV-UPC, 1999) and Roger Tudó (ETSAV-UPC, 1999). They combine professional practice and university teaching in national schools. Their work has been exhibited in many expositions and lectures both in Spain and abroad.
2018.- Premio ‘Detail Prize 2018’
2018.- Premio ‘XII Premios NAN’
2018.- Premiado en la ‘XIV BEAU’ Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo.
2018.- ‘Premio Ciudad de Barcelona 2017’
2018.- Premio ex aequo de ‘Arquitectura de Ladrillo Hispalyt XIV’
2017.- Premio ‘Mapei a la edificación sostenible’
2017.- Premio ‘BB Construmat 2017’
2017.- Premio AD 2017 Architects of the year
2016.- Premio ‘Mostra Arquitectura Vallès’
2016.- Premio ‘Wienerberger Brick Award 2016’.
2016.- Premiado en la ‘X BIAU’ Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo.
2016.- Premiado en la ‘XIII BEAU’ Biennal Espanyola d’Arquitectura i Urbanisme.
2016.- Premio de Arquitectura de Ladrillo Hispalyt XIII Edició.
2016.- Premio ‘Catalunya Construcció’ 2016.
2015.- 1r ‘Premio Ugo Rivolta’ 2015.
2015.- Premio FAD de la opinión 2015.
2015.- Premio ‘Catalunya Construcció’ 2015.
2014.- Premio ‘Archmarathon’ 2014.
2014.- Premio de Arquitectura de Cerámica ‘Fritz Höger Preis’ categoría de vivienda Winner Gold
2013.- 1er ‘Premio A+’ al Mejor Proyecto de Arquitectura Sostenible.
2013.- ‘Premio A+ Extraordinario al Estudio Joven más Prometedor’
2012.- Sacyr Innovación Award for ICTA-ICP Building 1102.
2012.- AJAC 2012 Award for university dwellings in Sant Cugat dle Vallès.
2012.- Hise 2012 excelencia a la innovación Award, for 712 house.
2012.- FAD 2012 Award, 712 house.
2011.- ENOR Arquitectura Joven Award for 704 Gimnasium.