Andrés Perea Ortega – Spanish Architect, Spain

Andrés Perea Ortega, Architect, Spanish Design Studio, Building, Projects, Spain

Andrés Perea Ortega : Architecture

Contemporary Spanish Architect Practice: Madrid Design Studio Information

Andrés Perea Ortega – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Andrés Perea Ortega, alphabetical:

Fuencarral public library, Madrid, Spain
Date built:1998

Multi-fuctional administrative city, Yeongi, Korea
Date built:-
Architecture competition: 1st prize

Opera house proposal, Kristiansand, Norway
Date built:-

Performing arts centre, Seoul, Korea
Date built:-
Architecture competition: 1st prize

Santa Teresa de Jesus parish church, Tres Cantos, Madrid, Spain
Date built:-

Sergas – building, Santiago de Compstela, Spain
2002
Building for the Department of Health and the Galician Health Service

State public library, Granada, Spain
Date built:1995

University of Mística, Ávila, Spain
Date built:-

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Andrés Perea Ortega – Practice Information

Architect studio based in Spain

ADDRESS:
C/Pintor Ribera nº 22, Madrid, 28016

TLF: +34 91 413 69 84

Not to be confused with Andrés Perea Ortega (Bogota).

Andrés Perea Ortega Madrid : Architecture Studios

Spanish Buildings
Waste Treatment Facility Barcelona
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“In the best possible case scenario, the training given to the alumni now a day has as a result a curriculum of high technologic efficiency, understood as a lack of results in teaching, due to sociological reasons, and also because of the evolution seen in the study plans for primary and high school. Such an alumni has been repetitively and punctually exercised on methods for acquiring knowledge by addition, and has been evaluated through extremely simplified processes. The teaching program is restructured in every Study Plan, ending in closed compartments, according to processes and stages every time less integrated and complete.

The result of the above is that of an alienated alumnus in an information warehouse (usually with an ideological bias) in the best case, a skilled reproducer of operative practices (rarely productive) according to stereotyped procedures, held back from the social and historic reality of their environment.

The progressive decay of the alumni education is the victim of this teaching scenario in which the whole western civilization is involved.”
source: http://andrespereaarquitecto.com/

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