Antón García-Abril is architect, critic and professor. Born in Madrid, 1969. European Ph.D.. Receives The Spanish Academy Research Prize in Rome. Founds ENSAMBLE STUDIO in 2000, leading a team in search for architectural application of conceptual and structural experimentation. First prize in the Venice Architecture Biennial 2000 and selected finalist for the Mies van de Rohe award 2005. He writes about architecture in El Cultural of El Mundo newspaper. He teaches in E.T.S.A. Madrid permanently and has been an invited professor in Cornell University, among other universities in America and Europe. Presently, he has finished the Santiago de Compostela SGAE Cultural Center, and is starting the construction of The Museum of America in Salamanca, The Reader’s House in Matadero Madrid, the Lyric Theater in Mexico city, and the Berklee-SGAE Tower of Music in Valencia.
appearance at Tuned City
opening / 01.07.08