BAC Fall 2016 lecture series



Thursday November 3rd at 12:45

BAC, Bruc 59, local

Open to the Public – limited capacity


Architect from ETSAV 2001.

Scholarship Research Staff Training END ETSAV 2002-06. Associate professor at the Architecture Department since 2006 and has worked in several universities ETSAB (Barcelona), LASALLE (Barcelona), UIC (Barcelona), University of Illinois Chicago (USA), UMEA School of Architecture (Sweden) and Ku Leuven University (Belgium).

Guest lecturer at various international workshops such as “Erasmus Intesive Program ” in Norway, Ireland, Denmark, Belgium, Sweden, Poland and Catalonia.

He has been visiting professor at Auburn University Rural Studio in Alabama School of Architecture (U.S.) and assistant professor at the Barcelona Institute of Architecture BIArch 2010-2011.

Since 2000, co-founder of the dataAE. They have won several competitions in architecture and landscape. Among other prizes, they have been awarded the FAD Opinion Award in 2007 and 2015, FAD Awards finalist in 2009 and 2013, Catalonia Construction Awards 2015, finalist XII Biennial of Spanish Architecture and Urbanism in 2013 and 2016, Ex-aequo award Archmarathon Awards 2014 (Milan, Italy), AJAC awards 2012,  Sacyr’s awards for Innovation 2012,  Saie Award 2011 as the best concrete building’ (Bologna, Italy), marked ‘Green Building Challenge 2011’, selection JAE (Young Architects Españoles) 2008 .

His work has been selected in various exhibitions, such as Sensible Materia 2010-201 Lisbon, La Coruña and Berlin or the Spanish pavilion “Unfinished” the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016.

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