Empresarios para la vivienda de Alta Calidad

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Ignacio Vicens y Hualde

Architect qualified at the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM). Architect from the ETSAM (Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid). Polytechnic University of Madrid. 1976. Doctor in Architecture. Extraordinary Doctorate Award. 1985. Professor of Architectural Projects. Polytechnic University of Madrid. Since 1997. Research Director Responsible for the "CULTURE OF HABITAT" Research Group. He has been a guest professor and given courses and lectures at the Universities of Harvard, Pennsylvania, London (AA, Architectural Association), Paris (UP 8), Rome (La Sapienza), Milan (Polytechnic), Navarra, Montevideo (U. of the Republic), Budapest (Polytechnic), Mexico (Ibero-American and of the Americas), Guatemala (of the Isthmus and Marroquin), Lima (Catholic), Oporto and Palermo. Research Award, Official College of Architects of Madrid. 1986. Deputy Director of Doctoral Studies and Research at the Madrid School of Architecture. 1998-2004. Director of the Cátedra Blanca CEMEX. Since 2002. President of the Doctorate Commission. Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid. 1994-1998. Secretary of the Cultural Commission of the Official College of Architects of Madrid. 1980-1986. Editorial Advisor of the ARQUITECTURA magazine. 1993-2000. Editorial Advisor of NUEVA REVISTA. Member of the Management Committee of the Royal Toledo Foundation, the Camilo José Cela Foundation and the Félix Granda Foundation. Grand Cross of the Order of the Second of May Commander of the Order of Saint Gregory the Great. Commander of the Order of Civil Merit. Gold Medal of the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Gold Medal of the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid. His professional awards include: First Prize, Palma de Mallorca Shopping Centre Competition. 2014 First Prize MAD Project Meeting Place International Competition. Cordoba, Argentina AD Award. 2012 COAM Award. 2012 Fratre Sole International Sacred Architecture Award 2012 First Prize Wallpaper 2009. Anthological Award for Contemporary Architecture in Castilla-La Mancha, 2007. First Prize in the National Competition for the Army Museum. 2005. First Prize for Architecture in Stone. 2004. First Prize Country Housing Competition. Castilla-La Mancha. 2004. First Prize for Architecture in Temporary Actions, Madrid City Council. 2003. Architecture Award, Castilla-La Mancha Department of Culture. 2003. First Prize in the Spanish Language Museum Competition. 2001. Architecture Award, Official College of Architects of Castilla-La Mancha. 2000. First Prize in the Repsol Competition. 2000. First Prize Competition for the Head Office of Santa Lucía S.A. 1999. Architecture Award, Official College of Architects of Castilla-La Mancha. 1998. CEOE Architecture Award, 1998. First Prize, Restricted Competition for the Nature Centre. 1998. Architecture Award, Official College of Architects of the Basque-Navarre Region. 1997. FAD Opinion Award, 1997. IV Biennial of Spanish Architecture Award. 1996. Architecture Award, Official College of Architects of Castilla-La Mancha. 1994. Architecture Award, Official College of Architects of Madrid. 1992. First Prize National ARCO '92 Competition. 1991. First Prize Ideas Competition for the Remodelling of the Plaza de España, Alcázar de San Juan, Ciudad Real. 1991. Architecture Award, Official College of Architects of Castilla-La Mancha. 1989. First Prize in the National Rural Housing Competition, MOPU. Second Prize Ideas Competition for the Integral Reorganisation and Reconstruction of the San Fernando Neighbourhood. Lorca, Murcia. 2012 Second Prize in the International Competition for the Punta Llisera Lookout Point and the arrangement of its surroundings. Benidorm, Alicante. 2012 Second Prize in the International Competition for the OAMI Headquarters. 1997. Second Prize, National Competition, Children's Library, Conde Duque Cultural Centre, Madrid 1993. Third Prize in the International City of Justice Dean's Office Competition. Madrid. 2006. Third Prize in the International Competition of the Museum of Iberian Art in Jaén. 2004. Runner-up in the Cieza City Hall National Competition. 1997. Runner-up for the COA Castilla-La Mancha Award. 1989. Mention in the International Maritime Station of Syracuse Competition, 2009. Special Mention in the COAM Architecture Award. 1992. Selected for the Fifth Biennial of Spanish Architecture. 1997-1999. Selected for the Fourth Biennial of Spanish Architecture. 1995-1996. Selected for the Third Biennial of Spanish Architecture. 1993-1994. Selected for the Second Biennial of Spanish Architecture. 1991-1992. Selected for the First Biennial of Spanish Architecture. 1980 -1990. Selected for the Biennial of Architecture of Paris. 1988. Selected for the FAD Awards in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2004. His work has been published on several occasions in books and magazines both in Spain and abroad, including two monographs of his work. He is also the author of the books Dicho y Hecho (Said and Done) and Enseñanza y Pensamiento (Teaching and Thought), which are collections of texts and lectures.