Francisco Mangado Architect, Pamplona

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Francisco Mangado – Practice Information

FRANCISCO MANGADO ARCHITECT BRIEF CVDegree in Architecture at the School of Architecture of Navarre. 1981.

Francisco Mangado – Academic Career

– Professor of Architectural Design at the School of Architecture of the University of Navarre since 1982.
– Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture of the University of Texas. Arlington (UTA). USA. 1996.
– Visiting professor of Architectural Design at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. USA. 1996-1997, 1997-1998, 2000-2001 and 2007-2008.
– Professor at the International Seminar of Architecture at the School of Architecture of Nancy. France. March 1999.
– Professor of Architectural Design in the Master of Architectural Design at the University of Navarre. 2001-2003, 2003-2005, 2005-2007, 2007-2009.
– Professor at the School of Architecture of the International University of Catalonia. 2001-2002, 2002-2003 and 2003-2004.
– Professor of Architectural Design at the School of Architecture of Versailles. France. 2004.
– President of the project thesis board at the International University of Catalonia. 2005-2006.
– President of the project thesis board at the International University of Catalonia. September 2006, March 2007.
– Member of the evaluating committee of the CRAI projects of the University of Seville. March 2007.
– Eero Saarinen Professor at the Yale University School of Architecture. 2008-2009.
– Founder of the -Arquitectura y Sociedad- Foundation. Junio 2008.
– Professor in the Mies Van der Rohe Chair. Workshops Casa Barcelona. ETSAB, Barcelona. 2009-2010.
– Currently he combines his academic duties with professional activity at his Pamplona-based studio.

Francisco Mangado – Books

The following monographs have been devoted to his work:- FRANCISCO MANGADO
Editorial Gustavo Gili. Barcelona. December 1994.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO: HABITACIÓN Y VIVIENDA
Colegio de Arquitectos de Almería. September 1998.
– BALUARTE
(Monograph on the Congress Center and Auditorium of Navarre.) Proyectar Navarra. Pamplona. February 2004.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO. BALUARTE. CONGRESS CENTER AND AUDITORIUM OF NAVARRE
Editorial Caleidoscopio. Casal de Cambra, Portugal. September 2004.
– OPERE E PROGETTI FRANCISCO MANGADO
Editorial Mondadori Electa Spa. Milan, 2005.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO. OBRAS Y PROYECTOS (Spanish edition of OPERE E PROGETTI FRANCISCO MANGADO.) Editorial Gustavo Gili. Barcelona, 2005.
– PLAZA DALÍ, MADRID. FRANCISCO MANGADO, FRANCESC TORRES
Editorial Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, 2005.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO. ARQUITECTURA 1998-2006
TC Cuadernos (Tribuna de la Construcción), Serie Dedalo, Valencia. May 2006.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO. 2 + 2 ARQUITECTO
Editorial Caleidoscopio, Portugal. December 2007.
– PABELLÓN DE ESPAÑA
Luis Fernández-Galiano (Ed.), Arquitectura Viva. June 2008.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO. DEADOS 4
(Spanish Architecture Collection.) Colegio de Arquitectos de Almería. November 2008.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO 1999-2009. AV Monographs 133 (2008), edited by A. V. May 2009.
– FRANCISCO MANGADO, MUNICIPAL EXHIBITIONS AND CONGRESS CENTER OF ÁVILA. Published by Labirinto de Paixóns. A Coruña, November 2009.

Francisco Mangado – Awards

– National Urban Planning Award. MOPU. Madrid 1987. First Honorable Mention: -Special Plan for the Historic Quarter of Estella-.
– Navarre Architecture Award 1989. First Prize. -Marco Real Wineries-.
– Andrea Palladio Architectural Award. Vicenza 1991. First Honorable Mention of the Jury: -Marco Real Wineries-.
– City of Thiene Architecture Award. Thiene 1993.
– Architecti Award. Lisbon 1993.
– First Prize: -Casa Catalán.- Special Mention: -School in Mendillorri.-
– COAVN Awards. Basque-Navarre Institute of Architects. Bilbao 1994. First prize in the Building category: -Zuasti Country Club-. First prize in the Refurbishment category: -Cultural Center in Olite-. Special mention in the Public Space category: -Redesign of the Plaza de los Fueros de Estella-. Special mention in the Design category: -Koro- bench for public spaces.
– IV Biennial of Spanish Architecture 1995-1996. Madrid 1997. Project: -Zuasti Country Club-.
– Competition for the Degign of a Health Center in San Juan, Pamplona. First Prize.
– COAVN Awards. Basque-Navarre Institute of Architects. Bilbao 1996. Special mention in the Building category: -31 dwellings in Tafalla-. Finalist in the Building category: -School in Mendillorri-. Finalist in the Interior Design category: -Indoor swimming pool in the Zuasti Country Club-.
– C.E.O.E. Foundation Architecture Award. Madrid 1997.
– FAD Awards for Architecture and Interior Design 1997. Barcelona. Finalist project: -Industrial Building for Gamesa Eólica-.
– ADIFAD Design Award. Barcelona 1997. Selected design: -Koro- bench.
– V Biennial of Spanish Architecture 1997-1998. Madrid 1999. Project: -Industrial Building for Gamesa Eólica-.
– Competition for prototypes of Indoor Swimming Pools. Regional Government of La Coruña. 1998. First Prize And Honorable Mention.
– Competition convened by the Ministry of Public Works for the construction of a Trade Fair and Congress Center in Palencia. 1998. Fist Prize.
– Competition for the Auditorium and Congress Center of Navarre, Pamplona. 1999. First Prize
– SEDIGAS Award 3rd edition. Barcelona 1999. First Prize: -156 Social Dwellings in Cizur Mayor-.
– COAVN Awards. Basque-Navarre Institute of Architects. Bilbao 1999. Special mention in the Building category. -Industrial Building for Gamesa Eólica-.
– FAD Awards for Architecture and Interior Design 2001. Barcelona. Finalist project: -San Juan Health Center-.
– FAD Awards for Architecture and Interior Design 2002. Barcelona. Finalist project: -Prototype for Indoor Swimming Pool in La Coruña-.
– COAVN Awards. Basque-Navarre Institute of Architects. Bilbao 2003. First prize in the Building category. -Mikaela House-.
– Construmat Awards 2003. Barcelona. Special Mention of the Jury: -Prototype for Indoor Swimming Pool in La Coruña-.
– FAD Awards for Architecture and Interior Design 2004. Barcelona. First prize in the Architecture category: -Baluarte. Auditorium and Congress Center of Navarre-. Finalist project for Interior Design: -Restaurant La Manduca de Azagra-.
– Competition for the Municipal Auditorium in Teulada, Alicante. 2004. First Prize.
– XVIII Awards for Urban Planning and Public Works of the Madrid City Council. Interior Design Category. Special Mention: -Restaurant La Manduca de Azagra-.
– Prize to the best proyect design awarded by the Journal Actualidad Económica y Expansión. ECO-CITY in Soria. 2005.
– Competition for a Soccer Stadium and Sports Complex in Palencia. 1ST PRIZE. April 2005.
– Construmat Awards 2004. Barcelona. Special Mention of the Jury: -Baluarte. Auditorium and Congress Center of Navarre-.
– Competition for a Congress Center in Palma de Mallorca. 1ST PRIZE. June 2005
– Competition for the redesign of the Llano Amarillo in Algeciras. 2ND PRIZE. July 2005
– Competition for a Congress Center in Zamora. 1ST PRIZE. October 2005.
– Competition for a Congress Center in León. November 2005.
– Competition for Spanish Pavilion at EXPO Zaragoza 2008. December 2005.
– Competition for 219 Social Dwellings in Vitoria. 1ST PRIZE. December 2005.
– Competition for the Asturias Museum of Fine ARTS. November 2006.
– XX Edition of the Urbanism, Architecture and Public Works Awards, 2005 edition. Madrid City Council. November 2006. First Prize. Plaza Dalí in Madrid.
– Saloni Architecture Award 2007. Palencia Soccer Stadium. First Prize.
– FAD Architecture Awards 2007. Palencia Soccer Stadium. Finalist.
– IX Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urban Planning. -Nueva Balastera- Stadium in Palencia. Finalist.
– II Architecture Award of the COAL. 2007. Category of new public buildings. Soccer Stadium in Palencia. First Prize.
– Grand Prix Enor Architecture Award 2007. Palencia Soccer Stadium.
– Competition for the construction of the Civil Courts Building in Madrid’s Campus of Justice. September 2007. ACCESIT.
– Competition for the construction of the New Municipal Stadium of Alcalá de Guadaira and Redevelopment of its Surroundings. September 2007. ACCESIT.
– Competition for the Parque de los Cuentos en el Convento de la Trinidad en Málaga. November 2007. Second Prize.
– Competition for Train Stations along the Costa del Sol Railway Line. Commission.
– Competition for the Outdoor Facilities and Furnishings in Espinho, Portugal. March 2008. First Prize.
– VII ASCER Ceramic Architecture Award to the Spanish Pavilion in Expo Zaragoza 2008. 7 December 2008. First Prize.
– ATEG Awards for Galvanization in Construction 2008 to the New Technologies Training Center in Galicia. December 2008. Second Prize.
– Competition for the construction of a Cultural Center-Auditorium in Lugo. December 2008. Honorable Mention.
– Construmat Award 2009 for Building. Barcelona. Spanish Pavilion in Expo Zaragoza 2008. April 2009. First Prize.
– International Award for Sustainable Architecture. Sixth Edition 2009. Presented to the the Spanish Pavilion in Expo Zaragoza 2008. School of Architecture. Ferrara University (Italy). Special mention.
– 10th Bienal of Spanish Architecture and Urbanism. Spanish Pavilion at the 2008 EXPO Zaragoza. Finalist.
– 10th Bienal of Spanish Architecture and Urbanism. Professional Equiestrian Center. Ultzama (Navarra). Finalist.
– IV International Biennial Architecture Prize -Barbara Cappochin-. Spanish Pavilion EXPO Zaragoza 2008. July 2009. -Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal- given by UIA.
– 14th Edition of Biennial Copper in Architecture Award. Archaelogy Museum in Vitoria. Organized by the European Copper Institute. London, September 29. First Prize.
– 24th Fernando García Mercadal Prize. Pavilion of Zaragoza’s International Exhibition 2008. The Aragón Architects College. Zaragoza, September 29. First Prize.
– Spanish Architecture Prize. Pavilion of Zaragoza’s International Exhibition 2008. Given by Spain’s National Council of Architects’ Colleges. Madrid, October 1.
– FAD Awards 2009. Architecture and Interior Design category. Elite Dressage Equestrian Center, Ultzama (Navarra). October 2009. Finalist Project.

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