The Forum of Architecture and Design of Cevisama Lab, the laboratory of ideas of Cevisama, will count this year with authentic masters of architecture. The Forum will take place on February 5th and 6th under the slogan “Material Architecture” in the Assembly Hall of the North Forum of Feria Valencia within the framework of the 36th edition of Cevisama. Admission is free you have to complete the capacity.
Francisco Mangado Beloqui
Francisco Mangado (Navarra, 1957) graduated from the University of Navarra School of Architecture in 1982, and has taught there since. He has also been a visiting professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, an Eero Saarnen Visiting Professor at the Yale School of Architecture, a guest lecturer at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), a Baird and Gensler Visiting Professor at Cornell, and a visiting professor at the Politecnico di Milano.
Major works of his include the Baluarte Auditorium and Congress Center in Pamplona, the Archaeology Museum in Vitoria, the Spanish Pavilion at Expo Zaragoza 2008, the Asturian Fine Arts Museum in Oviedo, and the recently opened Convention Center and Hotel in Palma de Mallorca and new Norvento Enerxia Headquarters in Lugo. He is currently working on projects located in several countries. This busy professional practice has brought him, among other honors, the Andrea Palladio Architecture Award, the FAD Award for Architecture, the CEOE Award, the Construmat Award for Architecture, the Fernando García Mercadal Award for Architecture, the Asturias Award for Architecture, the Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal given by the International Union of Architects (UIA), the Copper in Architecture Award, the RIBA EU Award, the 2009 Spanish National Award for Architecture for the Spanish Pavilion at Expo 2008, and the RIBA for International Excellence. In 2017 the Norvento building gave him the Fassa Bortolo International Prize for Sustainable Architecture / Silver Medal. He has also won the 2017 American Architecture Prize, in the Architecture Design/Other Architecture section. Most recently he has again earned the Spanish Architecture Award (2017), for the Convention Center and Hotel in Palma.
In 2011 he was accepted as an International Fellow by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), and in 2013 as an Honorary Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). In 2016 the Akademie der Künste in Berlin gave him the 2017 Berlin Art Prize for architecture, in recognition of his work.
In 2008 he set up the Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad (Architecture & Society Foundation), which in 2015 earned the gold medal of the Spanish Association of Architecture Institutes (CSCAE). In July 2015 he was appointed General Coordinator of Biennials, and under his coordination, in May 2016, the Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale won the Golden Lion.
Eduardo Souto de Moura
Eduardo Souto de Moura, born in Porto (Portugal) in 1952, received his architectural degreee from the School of Fine Arts of the University of Porto. After working at Álvaro Siza’s studio from 1974 to 1979, he set up a practice of his own, in his native city, in 1980.
Outstanding among his works are the Municipal Market of Braga, the Casa das Artes Cultural Center in Porto, the Municipal Stadium of Braga, the Portuguese Pavilion at the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale, the Todos los Santos Hospital in Lisbon, and the Paula Rêgo Museum in Cascais. Outside of Portugal he has built La Pallaresa Complex in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Spain), the building at the Novartis Campus in Basel (Switzerland), and the Uitzicht Crematorium in Courtray (Belgium). Currently he has several projects in progress, including the theater La Comédie in Clermont-Ferrand (France).
Besides teaching at his alma mater from 1981 to 1991, he has been a visiting professor at the architecture schools of Paris-Belleville (France), Dublin (Ireland), Harvard (United States), Zurich and Lausanne (Switzerland). He is an honorary member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
The distinctions that Souto de Moura has received include the prize given at the 1st Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture in 1998, the Pessoa in 1998, the FAD Award for Architecture in 2005, the Pritzker of 2011, the Wolf in 2013, and the Piranesi in 2017.
JOAN ROIG DURAN was born in Barcelona (Spain), in 1954. He studied at the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB), graduating in 1981. That same year he set up a partnership with Enric Batlle i Durany and estbalished BATLLE I ROIG, ARQUITECTURA. Since then and up to this date he has developed numerous projects in the fields of construction, landscaping, and planning.
Among the most noteworthy construction works are the headquarters of Massimo Dutti, Pull&Bear and Stradivarius for INDITEX; two research buildings at the UPC-Besós Campus in Barcelona; the CMT headquarters in Barcelona; the Interface Office Building in Barcelona; the Millennium Office Building in Sabadell, Barcelona; the Telefónica Corporate University in Bell-Lloch, Barcelona; the RACC-Reial Automòbil Club de Catalunya in Barcelona; the Joan Gamper FC Barcelona Sports Villa in Sant Joan Despi, Barcelona; and the Sant Boi Residential Complex in Barcelona.
In the fields of landscape and planning the most important works would be La Vaguada de las Llamas Park in Santander, Cantabria; the Landscape Restoration of Garraf Waste Landfill, Barcelona; Nus de la Trinitat Park, Barcelona; Environmental Recovery of Llobregat River in Baix Llobregat, Barcelona; Park Systems in Sant Cugat, Barcelona; Park Systems in Riera de Sant Climent in Viladecans, Barcelona; Pedestrianization of the Historic Center, Amiens, France.
For these and other works he has received several prizes including the Antonio Camuñas Award, 1990; the Delta FAD Award in Design, 1991; the Andrea Palladio Award, 1993; the Bonaplata Prize, 1993; the European Prize for Urban Public Space, 2004; WAF Prize, 2008; twice finalist of the Construmat Award; twice finalist in the Spanish Architecture Biennial; sixteen times finalist of the FAD Award in Architecture; and Medal of the Spanish Association of Architecture Institutes (CSCAE), 2017.
Roig teaches architectural design at the ETSAB since 1984. He has also taught at the Barcelona School of Agricultural Engineering, and has been visiting professor at several schools, among which, l’Académie van Boukunst, Rotterdam; Delft University of Technology; ILAUD (International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design), Urbino; IUAV Istituto Universitario di Architettura de Venezia; Facoltà di Architettura, Genoa; ITU, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul; Washington University, St. Louis; University of Illinois, Chicago; l’École Superièure du Paysage de Versailles; Technische Universität München; Universität Stuttgart; and the Navarre School of Architecture, Pamplona.
He is the author of books like Nuevos puentes (Editorial Gustavo Gili), and has participated in the editing of titles such as Arquitecturas de autor (AA10) “Enric Batlle i Joan Roig” (T6 Ediciones, 1999); Documentos de arquitectura (44) “Enric Batlle i Joan Roig” (Colegio de Arquitectos de Almería, 1999); and Arquitectura descrita, “Enric Batlle i Joan Roig” (Editorial Actar). Roig has also written the prologues for Arquitectos a escena. Pedro Azara (Editorial Gustavo Gili); Good News. Jordi Bernadó (Editorial Actar), and Charcos. Jordi Bernadó (Editorial Actar), besides numerous op-ed pieces in technical journals.
Rafael de La-Hoz Castanys
Rafael de La-Hoz Castanys (1955, Cordoba, Spain), has an architecture degree from ETSAM (School of Architecture of Madrid). For the past two decades he has been at the helm of his own studio: Rafael de La-Hoz Architects, one of the leading firms in Spain and a relevant international player.
His insightful take on urban architecture and its dialogue with the environment granted some of his projects with prestigious sustainability certificates such as LEED Platinum, and he has won a broad range of national and international awards –including the MIPIM Award for the ‘Best office building in the world’, the American Architecture Award by the Chicago Athenaeum, a nomination for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture, the Mies van der Rohe Award, the Mitsubishi Three Diamond Award for innovation and the Design & Health Academy Award for the ‘Hospital of the Future’.
Recipient in 2017 of the Medal of the Spanish Association of Architecture Institutes, Rafael de La-Hoz is a member of RIBA, President of the Advisory Committee of Cajasur’s Cultural Foundation, a Trustee of the Contemporary Architecture Foundation, and a Member of the Editorial Board of the German magazine The New Arch. He has also been invited as juror or lecturer to many institutions and universities, such as the Federal Institute of Technology ETH in Zurich, Tongji University in Shanghai, l’École Nationale d’Architecture in Rabat, and the AEDES Gallery in Berlin.
Awards and distinctions
- Medal of the Spanish Association of Architecture Institutes CSCAE (2017)
- ARCA Award for Innovation (2002)
- Madrid City Council’s Development, Architecture and Public Works Awards (2002, 2003, and 2004)
- International American Architecture Award by the Chicago Atheneum (2004 and 2015)
- VIA Award for the most outstanding Architect (2004)
- International Award for the Most Promising Technological Development at the BEX AWARDS (2005)
- Distinction by the Official College of Architects (COAM) (2005, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014)
- Madrid’s ‘Quality, architecture and property’ Award (2005 and 2006)
- MIPIM Award for the ‘Best office building in the world’ (2007)
- ASPRIMA Award 2007 for Social Housing (2014)
- VIA Architecture Award for his professional trajectory (2008)
- AVERROES Gold award by the City of Córdoba (2010)
- Honorary Award by Porcelanosa (2014)
- International Award for an ‘Emblematic Work’ by the Ibero-American Council (2015)
- Finalist for the EU Mies van der Rohe Award for Contemporary Architecture (2015)
- Three Diamond Award by Mitsubishi Electric and El Instalador for Innovation (2017)
- Design & Health Academy Award (2017)
- Member of the RIBA
- Trustee of the Contemporary Architecture Foundation
- Honorary Professor at the San Ignacio de Loyola University (Lima, Peru)
- Member of the Editorial Board for the German magazine The New Arch
- International Architecture Chair of the Scientific Committee at the Antonio Camuñas Foundation (2004)
- Member of the Architecture Advisory Board at the Francisco de Vitoria Univeristy (2006 and 2008)
- Expert in the Scientific Committee for the International Congress on sustainable construction (2007)
- Visiting Professor at the Camilo José Cela University (2007 and 2008)
- Professor for the Master’s degree in Rehabilitation, maintenance and recovery at the Alfonso X El Sabio University (2008)
- Professor of the Master’s degre in light façades at the Basque Country University (2008)
- Professor at the International University of Catalonia (2009)
- Editorial Board Member of the Arquitectura COAM magazine
- Visiting Critic at the ‘Ion Micu’ Architecture and Urbanism University (2010)
- President of the Advisory Council for Cajasur’s Cultural Foundation (2011)
- Professor of the Masters degree in Architecture, organization and management of hospital infrastructures at the San Pablo CEU University (2011)
- Member of the Advisory Council of the Spanish Ministry of Development (2015)
- Jury member for the National Spanish Architecture Award (2016)
- Advisor of the Spanish Ministry of Development
Rafael Moneo was born in Tudela (Navarre) in 1937. He studied at the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM), graduating in 1961. As a student he worked with Oíza and later with Utzon in 1962. He was a fellow at the Spanish Academy in Rome between 1963-65. Professor at the schools of architecture of Madrid and Barcelona, and Chairman of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, currently he is Sert Professor of Architecture at the GSD.
Author of the Museum of Roman Art in Mérida, the Kursaal in San Sebastián, or the Prado Museum Extension, his activity as an architect is combined with that of lecturer and critic.
Rafael Moneo has received numerous distinctions, including the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1996, the RIBA Gold Medal in 2003, the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts in 2012, the National Architecture Award in 2015, and the Praemium Imperiale of the Japan Art Association in 2017.
Emilio Tuñón Álvarez (1959), doctor architect, is founding partner of Mansilla + Tuñón Arquitectos, with Luis Moreno Mansilla (1959.2012).
Today he is Chair Professor of Architectural Design at the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM), and has taught as visiting faculty at several universities: Jean Labatout Professor at the Princeton University School of Architecture, Eliot Noyes Professor at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University, as well as the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, and the Städelschule of Frankfurt.
Among the studio’s most representative works are the Royal Collections Museum in Madrid (2016), the Hotel Atrio Relaix Chateaux (2012), the MUSAC of León (2007), the Regional Archive and Library “El Águila” in Madrid (2003), the León Auditorium (2003), the Museum of Castellón (2000), and the Museum of Zamora (1996).
Emilio Tuñón has received the Spanish Architecture Award 2017, the Spanish International Architecture Award 2017, the FAD Award AD 2017, the COAM Award 2016, the Franqui Chair 2015, the Gold Medal for Merit in the Fine Arts 2014, the Mies van der Rohe Award 2007, and the Spanish Architecture Award 2003, among other distinctions.
In 1993 Emilio Tuñón founded, with Luis Moreno and Luis Rojo, the thought exchange cooperative CIRCO, for which they publish a bulletin of the same name. This bulletin has received the following awards: COAM Annual Prize for Cultural Initiatives (1995), 3rd. Iberoamerican Architecture and Engineering Biennial Publication Prize (2002), and the FAD Award (2007).