Fourth Edition 2013-2014
Alberto Campo Baeza
Born in Valladolid in 1946, he graduated in architecture from Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura in Madrid (1971, PhD in 1982), where he became chairman and professor of design in 1986. He has taught in several universities in Europe (ETH Zurich, Dublin, Naples, EPFL Lausanne, Bauhaus Weimar) and United States (Virginia Tech Blacksburg, University of Pennsylvania, IIT Chicago). He received the UPM University Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Buenos Aires Biennal 2009 Award; in 2013 he has been awarded the Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal, the Arnold W. Memorial Prize of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and in 2014 the RIBA International Fellowship.
Among his works: Fene Town Hall (1980), S. Fermin Public School in Madrid (1985), Drago Public School in Cadiz (1992), Centre BIT in Mallorca (1998), the Cathedral’s square in Almeria (2001), Caja Granada Building (2001), SN Editorial offices in Madrid (2003), the MA Museum (Andalucia’s Museum Memory) in Granada (2009) and the houses Turegano, Garcia Marcos and De Blas, in Madrid, and Gaspar, Asencio and Guerrero in Cadiz.