Alberto Campo Baeza

es
Catedrático

pertenece al grupo de investigación
Cultura del Hábitat

web
http://www.campobaeza.com/


 

Currículum

Experiencia investigadora y docente

Courses Taught:

ETSAM Design-Projects (since 1976); ETSAM Post-professional Master and PhD Professor (1988-89, 2009-10, 2011-12)

Teaching Experience and Educational Credentials:

1971: Graduated Architect, ETSAM Madrid. 1976-1984: Associate Professor of Design, ETSAM. 1984-1986: Professor of Design, ETSAM. 1982: PhD Doctor ETSAM. Since 1986: Head Professor of Design, ETSAM. 1987-88: Director of Department of Design, ETSAM. 1989-90: Gastdozent, ETH Zürich. 1994-95: Visiting Professor, Ecole d’Architecture, Lausanne, Switzerland. 1996: Visiting Prof. Virginia Tech. 1999-2000: Visiting Prof. Graduate School Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 2002-03: Visiting Scholar, Columbia University, New York. 2002-03: Visiting Professor, Bauhaus Universität, Weimar. 2006: Visiting Professor, Kansas State University. 2010: Visiting Professor, Bauhaus Universität. 2010-2011: Visiting Scholar, Columbia University, New York. 2012: Walton Critic Professor in Residence, CUA University, Washington.

Lectures (selected):

Cornell University, New York; Architectural Association London; RIBA, London;  Facoltá di Architettura di Napoli; Schools of Architecture of Aachen, Dortmund, Milano, Rosario and Buenos Aires; School of Architecture of Rome; Academy of Spain, Rome; Royal Academy, Copenhague; Schools of Architecture of Goteborg, Stockholm, Frankfurt and Venice; Architektenkammer Munich; Facoltá di Architettura Firenze; Universidade Lusiada Lisboa; Harvard Design School; Columbia University New York; IlT Chicago; The Architectural Society of Shanghai; Beijing University; National Building Museum Washington; MA Gallery Tokyo; School of Architecture of Porto; Bergen Arkitektforegning; Samara Russia; Casa da Musica Porto; Australian Institute of Architects in Sidney, Melbourne and Perth; District Architecture Center Washington; Benaki Museum Athens.

Selected Publication and Recent Research:

CAMPO BAEZA. Munilla-Lería Ed. (3 editions). Madrid 1996. ISBN 84-89150-07-9

ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA. Electa Ed. Milán 1999 (1ª ed.). 2000 (2ª ed.). 2004 (3ª ed.). ISBN 88-435-6407-2

CAMPO BAEZA 2. Ed. Munilla-Lería. Madrid, 2009. ISBN 978-84-89150-83-6

ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA Idea, Light and Gravity. Ed. TOTO. Tokyo, 2009. ISBN 978-4-88706-301-3

ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA. Pietra, Luce, Tempo. Davide Turrini. Ed. PibaMarmi. Italia 2010. ISBN 9788896067482

LA IDEA CONSTRUÍDA. COAM Ed., Madrid, 1996 (more than 15 editions). ISBN 84-7740-083-0. Translated and edited also in Portuguese, English, Japanese, French, Italian and Chinese.

PENSAR CON LAS MANOS. Ed. Nobuko. Buenos Aires 2009 (1ª ed.). 2010 (3ª ed.). ISBN 978-987-584-222-9.

PRINCIPIA ARCHITECTONICA. Ed. Mairea-UPM. Madrid 2012. ISBN 978-849-2641512 (4 editions, Spanish and English)

Experiencia académica

Professional Memberships:

Board of Advisors. Fundación General UPM, Madrid (since 2007); Member of ANECA, Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación (2007-2010); Scientific Committee Member. Cosa Mentale Magazine. Paris (since 2011); Consultive Board Member. Nomination of Doctor Honoris Causa. UPM. Madrid (since 2011)

Experiencia profesional

Built works and projects (selected):

1989: Turégano House, Madrid. 1992: Gaspar House, Cádiz. 1993: Philarmonic Copenhaguen. 1998: BIT Center, Mallorca. 1999: Telefonica Offices, Madrid. 2000: De Blas House, Madrid. 2001: Caja Granada Savings Bank. 2002: Junta de Andalucía Offices, Almería; Mercedes Benz Museum, Stuttgart. 2003: SM Offices. 2005: Guerrero House, Cádiz. 2007: Benetton Nursery, Treviso, Italy. 2008: Olnick Spanu House, New York. 2009: Between Cathedrals, Cádiz; Andalucía’s Museum of Memory, Granada; Moliner House. 2010: Rufo House, Toledo. 2012: Offices in Zamora; 2013: VT House, Tarifa.

 Exhibitions (selected):

1996: Works and Projects, Academy of Spain, Rome. 2003: Campo Baeza, Light is more, Crown Hall, Chicago; Campo Baeza, Light is more, Urban Center, New York. 2004: Campo Baeza, Alla luce di Palladio, Palladian Basilica, Vicenza. 2005: Campo Baeza, Light is more, St Irene Byzantine Church-Topkapi Palace, Istanbul. 2006: On-Site, New Architecture in Spain, MoMa New York. 2009: Campo Baeza, The Creation Tree, MA Gallery, Tokyo. 2010: Thinking with your Hands, Tempietto San Pietro in Montorio, Rome. 2011: Campo Baeza, The Creation Tree, MAXXI Museum, Rome. 2012: Common Ground, XII Biennale Architettura, Venice. 2013: Uma Chuva de Sonhos, Kairos, Triennial of Architecture, Lisboa.

 Awards (selected):

2000: Golden Lion, Spanish Pavilion, Biennale di Venezia. 2001: Gold Medal, Biennial of Miami. 2002: COAM Award, Madrid; García de Paredes Award, Granada. 2003: Fernando Wilhelmi Award, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Granada. 2004: Torroja Award. 2005: International Award Architecture in Stone, Verona. 2011: La Voz al Arte, Cádiz. 2012: Honorary Collegiate, Cádiz; UPM Award for Excellence in Teaching, Madrid. 2013: Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal, Germany; Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize, American Academy of Arts and Letters, USA.