Fifth Edition 2015-2016
Josep Camps (1975) has been a professor at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura, Barcelona (ETSAB) and currently teaches at the University of Girona. He is a member of the Board of Directors of “Architects for Architecture”, an association that promotes architecture as an instrument of social, technical and cultural progress.
Olga Felip (1980) has taught at the Architectural Association in London and she has lectured at the Royal Institute of British Architects. She is a member of the Expert Committee of the Catalan Department of Land that advices on the reform of landscape and urban planning policies.
Arquitecturia is an architectural practice based in Girona, founded by Camps and Felip in 2006. Some of their most remarkable works are the Apse Square, the Cultural Centre of Ferreries and the Museum of Energy. Arquitecturia is currently working on Canovelles Primary School, Olympicopolis Cultural Quarter in London and the Girona Four Rivers Masterplan. Arquitecturia’s works has received national and international awards including runner-up at the Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award (2010), AJAC Young Architects Award (2011), highly-commended at the Spanish Biennale of Architecture (2011), Architectural Record Design Vanguard (2011), the International Architectural Award by ECA and the Chicago Athenaeum (2012), nominated at the Mies van der Rohe Award (2012), BD Young architect of the Year (2013), Architects’ Journal Emerging Woman in Architecture (2013) and recently FPdGi Arts and Letters Award (2015).
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