LINAZASORO & SÁNCHEZ ARCHITECTURE
Centre Obert d’Arquitectura
Carrer Canyeret, 2
A les 19.30 h
Lecture by the architect José Ignacio Linazasoro on the work of the studio Linazasoro & Sánchez Arquitectura, of which he was a founding partner in 2011, together with the architect Ricardo Sánchez.
José Ignacio LInazasoro
Born in San Sebastián, he has been a projects professor at schools in Valladolid and Madrid, as well as a visiting professor at European and American schools such as Pamplona, Venice, Milan, Bari, Lausanne and Lima. He has given lectures on his own projects in Paris, Rome, London, Prague, Stockholm and Mexico City, among others, and has carried out monographic exhibitions in Madrid, Rome, Cesena and Ravenna. He has published projects in national and international magazines, such as AV, Lotus, Casabella or A + U, and monographs on his work, the most recent being that of TC Cuadernos (2020), together with the architect Ricardo Sánchez.
He has published books on the theory of architecture, the most recent of which is The Memory of Order (2013). He has received national and international awards, including the COAM Award, Moreno Mansilla, Iberfad and the Piranesi Prix de Rome.
Ricardo Sánchez González
He was born in Madrid and studied at ETSAM, where he is currently an associate professor, and he has also been invited as a Visiting Professor in Syracuse and Lausanne. He has given lectures on his own projects in Segovia, Valladolid, Naples and Syracuse. He has published projects in AV, Arquitectura Viva, Casabella and Domus. He has received awards for his work such as the Iconic Awards and the Moreno Mansilla, and has won numerous first prizes in competitions in Spain, France and Italy for projects of a different nature, such as public spaces or collective housing both with the company Linazasoro & Sánchez and individually.
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