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Alejandro Zaera Polo

Spain / United Kingdom

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Born in Madrid in 1963, studied at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura in Madrid and at the Graduate School of Architecture, Harvard University. In 1993 established with Farshid Moussavi the London based studio FOA-Foreign Office Architects, followed in 2011 by the studio AZPA-Alejandro Zaera Polo Architects, an international practice based in London and Barcelona. He has taught in various universities and since 2012 has been dean of the Princeton University School of Architecture. His work represented Britain and the VIII Venice Biennale in 2002; he has received the Enric Miralles Prize for Architecture, five RIBA Award, the special award for the section “Topography” at the IX Venice Biennale and the Charles Jencks Award for Architecture.




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