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José Maria Sanchez Garcia


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José María Sánchez García graduated in 2002 as an architect at the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Madrid ETSAM. In 2016 he majored as PhD with a thesis entitled Never to be built on, Jonh Wood’s architecture in Bath. He has been professor at ETSAM, guest professor at Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio – Università della Svizzera italiana, and Navarra Architecture School. Currently he is Guest Professor at the Department of Architecture at ETH Zurich.

His major works include: Industrial Building for Electrical Elements, Don Benito (Spain, 2015); Perimeter Building and Roman Temple of Diana Environments, Merida (Spain, 2005-2008); The Ring – International Sports Innovation Centre, Guijo de Granadilla (Spain, 2008-2009); Rowing Centre, Alange (Spain, 2008-2010); Space of Youth Creation, Villanueva de la Serena (Spain, 2006).

He has received many national and international distinctions, including: BSI Swiss Architectural Award (2014), First Prize XIII Spanish Biennal for Architecture and Urbanism (2016) and X BIAU Iberoamerican Biennial for Architecture and Urbanism (2016), First Prize XI Spanish Biennial for Young Architecture and Urbanism (2011), First Prize AR+D Architectural Review Awards for Emerging Architecture (2009), First Prize Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard, Best Ten International Emerging Office (2009).
His works have been published in many national and international magazines such as: “Casabella”, “2G”, “AV monografías”, “Arquitectura Viva”, “Architectural Review”, “Detail”, “Atlas Phaidon”, “Architectural Record’s”, “Space”, “Azure”, “Area”, “Architektur Aktuell”, “Future”, “On diseño”, “Oris”, “La Vie”, “Architecture interieure CREE”, “Icon”, “Index”, “Jiatu”, “Ina Ifengspace”, “Nan”, “Paisajismo”, “Esquire”, “Pasajes”.

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