Alberto Campo Baeza

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Alberto CAMPO BAEZA

Alberto Campo Baeza

1946 – Born in Valladolid, Spain
1971 – Graduates with a degree from Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura in Madrid (ETSAM).
1976 – Appointed professor at ETSAM.
1977 – Madrid correspondent for the magazine “A+U, Architecture e Urbanisme”.
1978 – Exhibits at ETSAM (“Obras y Proyectos” exhibition)
1979 – Exhibits in Pamplona (“Obras y Proyectos” exhibition)
1981 – Lectures at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, International Summer Course.
1982 – Takes a PhD in architecture at ETSAM.
1983 – Lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Milan.
1983 – Exhibits in Madrid (“La Imposibile Escuela de Madrid” exhibition).
1984 – Associate professor with ETSAM.
1984 – Exhibits in Madrid (“Madrid, Madrid” exhibition)
1985 – Exhibits at the Paris Biennial (“Obras y Proyectos” exhibition)
1985 – Exhibits at Gallerie du Moniteur in Paris (“Arquitectures en Espagne” exhibition)
1985 – Exhibits in Bordeaux (“Nouvelles Arquitectures en Espagne” exhibition).
1986 – Appointed ordinary professor at ETSAM.
1986 – Visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
1986 – Lectures at the London Architectural Association.
1986 – Receives the Ayuntamiento de Madrid award and the Arquitectura del Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos award for his San Fermin school
1987 – Appointed Director of the Department of Design at ETSAM.
1987 – Exhibits at the Buenos Aires Biennial (“10 Arquitectos Espagnoles” exhibition)
1987 – Awarded the Pad Piedra prize for the Orihuela civic library
1988 – Exhibits at the San Paolo Biennial (“10 Arquitectos Espagnoles” exhibition)
1989 – Lectures at the Architektur Technischen Hochschule in Darmastad.
1989 – Exhibits at the world biennial in Sofia
1990 – Exhibits in Madrid (“La casa, el Arquitecto y su Tiempo” exhibition) .
1990 – Visiting professor at Eidgenössiche Technische Hoschschule in Zurich.
1990 – Lectures at archi-Kreis in Bern.
1991 – Lectures at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London.
1992 – Visiting professor at the Architecture Winter School in Dublin.
1992 – Lectures at Ecole d’Architecture in Strasburg.
1993 – Lectures at the Spanish Architecture Biennial in Santander.
1993 – Awarded the jury’s special prize and medal of honour of the Associación Internacional Críticos de Arte at the Buenos Aires Biennial.

1993 – Exhibits at the 2nd Spanish Architecture Biennial in Santander
1994 – Exhibits in Madrid, London, Sofia and Santander.
1994 – Visiting professor at Ecole d’Architecture in Losanne.
1994 – Holds conferences and lectures at the Architektur Schule in Dortmund, Architektur Schule in Aquisgrana, Milan Triennial, Alvar Aalto Symposium in Jyvaskyla, International Seminar in Lisbon.
1995 – Lectures at the Associaçao Arquitectos Portugueses in Lisbon.
1995 – Exhibits at the Dessa Gallery in Lubiana
1995 – Lecturer at the Würzburg International Seminar.
1995 – Lectures at Dessa Gallery in Lubiana.
1996 – Visiting professor at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
1996 – Lectures at the Faculty of Architecture of “La Sapienza” University in Rome.
1996 – Lectures at Ecole Polytechnique Féderale in Losanne.
1996 – Lecturer at the Royal Academy in Copenaghen.
1996 – Lectures at the Nordic and Baltic III Architectural Triennal in Tallinn.
1996 – Exhibits at the Academia de España in Rome (“La Idea Costruida” exhibition)
1996 – Exhibits in Madrid, Cadice and Barcelona
1997 – Exhibits and lectures at San Donà di Piave, Venice (“Più con meno” exhibition)
1997 – Exhibits at Museo della Ciudad di Madrid
1997 – Exhibits in Cadice (“Impluvium de luz” exhibition)
1997 – Appointed ordinary professor at Ecole Polytechnique Féderale in Losanne.
1997 – Lectures at AAI in Dublin.
1998 – Lectures at the Bauhaus in Weimar, at the AERA in Tolosa, and in Madrid.
1999 – Appointed ordinary professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

Works

1971 – Plan for festival building, Santander
1973 – Plan for Parador Nacional, Cuenca (with Julio Cano Lasso, Miguel Martin Escanciano, José Manuel Sanz, Antonio Más Guindal)
1974 – Vocational institute, Vitoria (with Julio Cano Lasso)
1974 – Vocational institute, Pamplona (with Julio Cano Lasso)
1974 – Casa García del Valle, City of Santo Domingo, Algete, Madrid
1974 – Casa Fominaya, City of Santo Domingo, Algete, Madrid
1975 – Vocational institute, Salamanca (with Julio Cano Lasso)
1976 – Universidad Laboral, Almería (with Julio Cano Lasso, Miguel Martin Escanciano, Antonio Más Guindal)
1976 – Plan for the offices of the order of architects, Seville
1978 – Plan for the cathedral square, Almería
1980 – Town hall, Fene, La Coruña
1981 – Plan for a cultural centre, Guernica, Vizcaya

1982 – Nursery school, Onil, Alicante
1982 – Plan for a nursery school, Crevillente, Alicante
1982 – Plan for a competition for the gym of Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid
1982 – Nursery school, Aspe, Alicante
1983 – School in San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid
1984 – Nursery school, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid
1984 – School complex in Aluche, Madrid
1985 – School in San Fermín, Madrid
1988 – La Viña housing development, Vallecas, Madrid
1988 – Turégano house, Pozuelo, Madrid
1989 – School complex in Loeches, Madrid
1989 – Plan for expansion of Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura, Madrid
1990 – Plan for civic library in Fuencarral, Madrid
1990 – Plan for the Dalmau home, Burgos
1991 – School complex, Velilla de San Antonio, Madrid
1991 – García Marcos home, Valdemoro, Madrid
1992 – Four single-family residences for the Spanish Embassy, Algiers
1992 – Gaspar home, Zahora, Cadice
1992 – Drago School, Cadice
1992 – Civic library, Orihuela, Alicante
1992 – Plan for a cultural centre, Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid
1993 – Plan for competition for the Copenaghen Philharmonic
1994 – Plan for Plaza de toros, Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid
1994 – Public housing development, Ibiza
1995 – Plan for the University of Alicante library
1995 – Centro Balear de Innovación Inca, Maiorca
1995 – Plan for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Madrid
1995 – Plan for a school, Chatillon
1995 – Plan for public housing, Madrid
1996 – Plan for classrooms and laboratories for Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
1996 – Plan for Elsa Peretti museum, San Martí Vell, Gerona
1997 – Porta dei fiori, San Donà di Piave, Venice
1997 – Plan for public housing, Madrid
1997 – Plan for Leonardo da Vinci gym, Madrid
1998 – Plan for a competition for Tenerife South airport, Tenerife
1998 – Plan for national museum of maritime architecture, Carthage
1999 – Plan for national health service offices, Almería
1999 – Caja General de Ahorros headquarters, Granada

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