The architect Alberto Campo Baeza has been elected as a member of the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts.
Alberto Campo Baeza has been Professor of Design Projects at the ETSAM School of Architecture in Madrid since 1986 and is an architect of great renown, both in his native Spain and worldwide. He has been visiting professor at the ETH in Zurich, the EPFL in Lausanne and at the Penn University School of Architecture in Philadelphia, as well as at numerous other schools of architecture around the world.
This year he has received such eminent awards as the Tessenow Gold Medal in Germany, the Arnold W. Brunner from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York, and the RIBA International Fellowship in London.
The San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts was founded in 1752 by Royal Decree of King Fernando VI. It has five sections: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Music and the New Arts of Imaging, and is one Spain’s most prestigious institutions.
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