Tag Alberto Campo Baeza

BSI Swiss Architectural Award architecture exhibition

16-09-2014

BSI Swiss Architectural Award architecture exhibition

An exhibition of entries for the BSI Swiss Architectural Award opens on September 18, and the winner in 2014 is Spanish architect José María Sánchez García.

ArchiCreation. Alberto Campo Baeza. Houses 1974-2014

21-07-2014

ArchiCreation. Alberto Campo Baeza. Houses 1974-2014

In China a monograph was recently published about the homes designed by Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza over his forty-year career.

Alberto Campo Baeza - ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS OF SAN FERNANDO

27-03-2014

Alberto Campo Baeza - ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS OF SAN FERNANDO

Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has been awarded an important honour, elected a member of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando.

NATURE 04 | UNSTUDIO - MOTION MATTERS exhibition

19-12-2013

NATURE 04 | UNSTUDIO - MOTION MATTERS exhibition

The exhibition about UNStudio curated by Alessandro d’Onofrio closes the Nature series begun in 2011 by Pippo Ciorra for Maxxi in Rome.

ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA<br />
2014 RIBA INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP

09-10-2013

ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA
2014 RIBA INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP

Architect Alberto Campo Baeza received the RIBA International Fellowship, an award RIBA presents to non-British architects for results achieved on the world architecture scene.

Alberto Campo Baeza exhibition in New York

19-06-2013

Alberto Campo Baeza exhibition in New York

The work of architect Alberto Campo Baeza is featured in an exhibition at the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York.

Alberto Campo Baeza wins the 2013 ARNOLD W. BRUNNER MEMORIAL PRIZE

01-05-2013

Alberto Campo Baeza wins the 2013 ARNOLD W. BRUNNER MEMORIAL PRIZE

The American Academy of Arts and Letters has presented Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza with the 2013 Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize.

Campo Baeza: Junta de Castilla y León in Zamora

06-02-2013

Campo Baeza: Junta de Castilla y León in Zamora

Campo Baeza designed his glass architecture for the Junta de Castilla y León in Zamora, Spain with the work of Mies Van der Rohe in mind. By breaking down the building into its structure and skin, the architect makes the most of the materials used through architectural form and then leaves it up to the light to interpret them.

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