Alberto Campo Baeza

Alberto Campo Baeza
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AwardsRIBA International Fellowship 2014, Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize 2013, Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal 2013, International Award in Stone 2013, UPM Award for Excellence in Teaching 2012
PracticeEstudio de Arquitectura Campo Baeza
BuildingsTurégano House, De Blas House, Caja de Granada, Offices in Zamora

Alberto Campo Baeza (born 1946, in Valladolid) is a Spanish architect, Head Professor of Design at the School of Architecture of Madrid ETSAM since 1986.[1] He has built a selected number of very precise buildings and has received many awards. His work has been exhibited in many major cities and has been published in major architectural magazines around the world.


Exterior view of the Olnik Spanu House (New York) Photo: Miguel Quismondo

Alberto Campo Baeza was born in Valladolid, Spain in 1946. He graduated from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in 1971 and received his PhD in 1982 and became Chairman and Professor of this institution in 1986.

Campo Baeza taught at the E.T.H. in Zurich in 1989 and 1990; The Architecture Winter School in Dublin in 1992; Domus International Courses in Naples in 1993; and Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, and The Royal Academy in Copenhagen in 1996. In addition, Alberto Campo Baeza has taught at the EPFL Ecole d’Architecture of Lausanne in 1997; the University of Pennsylvania in 1986 and 1999; the Bauhaus University in Weimar in 2002; the IIT in Chicago in 2003 and at Kansas State University in 2005. He has been a visiting scholar at Columbia University, New York, in 2003. He lectured at Harvard University, University of Miami and Columbia University in 2002; the IIT in Chicago in 2003; the Basilica Palladiana in Vicenza, in 2004; the CA Group in Beijing, Porto and Mendrisio in 2007; Katowice, Poland and Panama City in 2008; Monterrey Mexico, the Washington National Museum, and Tokyo University in 2009; Bergen and Weimar in 2010; Paris- Belleville and Aachen in 2011; in IUAV Venice and the Catholic University of America (Washington, DC) in 2012.

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