Luis Fernandez Galliano, Spanish Design Practice, ETSAM, Architecture Studio Spain
Luis Fernández-Galiano Architect
Architecture Studio in Madrid, España – Contemporary Architectural Practice, Spain
18 Sep 2013
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RIBA 2014 International Fellowship
Prof. Luis Fernández-Galiano, Ph.D., is an architect and professor at the School of Architecture of Madrid’s Universidad Politécnica
The architects have been awarded a RIBA International Fellowship
RIBA International Fellows 2014 citation:
Luis Fernandez Galiano – architect and author, Spain
Luis Fernández-Galiano is an architect, professor at the School of Architecture, Madrid, and editor of Architectura Viva. Between 1993 and 2006 he was in charge of the weekly architecture page of Spain’s leading newspaper El País, where he now writes in the Op-Ed section.
A member of Spain’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts and of the Royal Academy of Doctors, Luis has been Cullinan Professor at Rice University, Franke Fellow at Yale University, a visiting scholar at the Getty Center of Los Angeles and a visiting critic at Princeton, Harvard and the Berlage Institute. He has also taught courses at the Menéndez Pelayo and Complutense universities. He chaired the international architecture congress More for Less in 2010. Luis was the president of the jury in the 9th Venice Architecture Biennale; he has been a member of the Holcim Awards jury for region Europe in 2008 and a member of the first jury for the Mies van der Rohe Prize. He was President of the jury in the 9th Venice Architecture Biennial and in the XV Chile Architecture Biennial.
He is the joint author with Carlos Jimenez of a monograph on the Spanish architect and RIBA International Fellow Francisco Mangado. He recently edited the proceedings of the international congress Architecture and the Common which he organized in Pamplona in June 2012, which featured presentations from Norman Foster, Anna Heringer, Solano Benitez, Roger Dierner, Antonio Cruz, Vasa Perovic, Manuel Aires Mateus, Eduardo Souto de Moura and Rafael Moneo.
He has curated the exhibitions El espacio privado, Extreme Eurasia (in Tokyo and in Madrid), Bucky Fuller & Spaceship Earth and Jean Prouvé: Industrial Beauty (these last two with Norman Foster), as well as Spain mon amour (in the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale and in Madrid). He has been on the jury of numerous international competitions in Europe, America and Asia, including those of the National Library of Mexico, the National Art Museum of China and the National Library of Israel, as president in this last case. He is the author of architecture books including La Quimera Moderna; Fire and Memory: On Architecture and Energy, which traces the origins of architecture from ancient history through to current times; Spain Builds (in collaboration with New York’s MoMA) and Atlas, Global Architecture circa 2000.
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