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Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra handles scale and proportion in buildingswith great care. One can sense well-balance spaces meant to be lived in. Arising out of an intelligent interpretation of the program, guided by a concern to rationalize the construction process, he offers brilliant and virtuous resolution of minor problems through constructive detail always supported on the logic of their construction. In his most recent projects, his forms have become more radical, enriching their expressive registers, evolving into a more complex architecture in which the impact and strength of his creations preserving his sensitivity and allowing him to retain his personality.

Architect by the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Seville (ETSA) since 1972.

Project Professor for this University until 1987, currently Honorary Professor and Director of a Catedra Blanca International Architecture Workshop. He has been Visiting Professor at the Universities of Buenos Aires, Lausanne, Navarra, Syracuse New York, Bologna, Venice, Mendrisio and Visiting Scholar of the Getty Center in Los Angeles.

He has taken part in many exhibitions particularly the Biennale di Venezia 1980 and 2004, the Triennale di Milano 1988, Georges Pompidou Centre Paris 1990, The Art Institute of Chicago 1992 and The Museum of Modern Art of New York 2006.

Among his main achievements are social housing buildings in Seville, Rota (Cadiz) and Madrid, the Pavilion of Navigation in the Expo'92 of Seville, the Maritime Zoning Plan of Vigo, the Museum of Illustration in Valencia, the Sea Museum in Genoa, the City Council of Tomares, the National Museum of Underwater Archaeology in Cartagena, the recovery of the Palacio de San Telmo and Congress Center in Seville.

At present, he works in the preparation, among others, of the Cultural Caixaforum of Seville, in the rehabilitation of the Archaeological Museum of Seville, of the SevillaAtarazanas Cultural Center and of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Luxembourg.

His numerous awards include the Construmat 1993 Prize, the National Prize of Spanish Architecture 2005, 2006 ASCER Prize, the European Prize for Architecture Ugo Rivolta 2008, the Prize of the BienalIberoamericana 2014 and the International Architecture Awards, The Chicago Athenaeum Museum 2015 and the Plan Award 2015. His career has been recognized with the ArpaFIL award (Guadalajara International book Fair, Mexico) 2006, with the Andalusia Architecture Award of 2007 and with the Grand Prize of the International Biennial of Buenos Aires of 2011. He is Honorary Member of the American Institute of Architects, AIA 2014.