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In addition to having a representative from each of the two convening institutions (which will have a voice but no vote), the jury for the Third Edition of the Peña Ganchegui Prize for Young Basque Architecture will be made up of the architects Elías Torres, María González and Isabel Concheiro.
(Eivissa, 1944). Architect since 1968 from the Barcelona School of Architecture, and PhD since 1993, he has shared his professional studio with José Antonio Martínez Lapeña since 1968. Diocesan Architect of Eivissa from 1973 to 1977. Professor of Architectural Design, Drawing and Landscape Architecture at the ETSAB from 1969 to 2014, he has occasionally taught at the University of California (1977, 1981 and 1984), Harvard University (1988, 1995 and 2002) and the University of Virginia (2008). In the spring of 1990 he was in residence at the Spanish Academy in Rome.
Ramon Llull Prize of the Government of the Balearic Islands (2008), Gold Medal of the Consell Insular d'Eivissa (2011), National Architecture Prize (2016) and RIBA International Fellowship (2016).
Author of the books: Guía de Arquitectura de Eivissa y Formentera (COACB, 1980), Luz Cenital (COAC, 2005), Hubiera prefiera invitarles a cenar... (Editorial Pretextos, 2005), Dibujos de Enric Miralles y Elías Torres en la India. 1992 (Editorial Associació d'Idees. Massilia, 2011), Arquitectura e Infraestructuras (Fundación Esteyco, 2011), and 5 books of exercises for the ETSAB (de. UPC 2009 to 2014).
His work, frequently published in specialist journals, has received numerous awards, including FAD awards in 1986, 1988, 1992, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2014, a Delta de Oro (1986), a Delta de Plata (1988), several COAIB awards (2004, 2012, 2018), the Manuel de la Dehesa Prize at the VI Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism, and the Special Prize at the Venice International Architecture Biennale (2004).
(Huelva, 1975). Architect since 2000 from the Seville School of Architecture, she has been a professor there since 2007. In 2001 she founded, together with Juanjo López de la Cruz, the Sol89 studio, from which they try to combine research, teaching and profession. His professional work has been published in specialised publications in America, Europe and Asia, and has been exhibited in various Biennials such as the Chile Biennial, the Basque Country Biennial, the Spanish Biennial and the Venice Biennial, forming part of the Spanish Pavilion which was awarded the Golden Lion.
Among the many awards received by the Sol89 studio are the Silver Medal of the Fassa Bortolo Prize (Italy, 2013), the First Wiener Berger Prize (Austria, 2014), the Silver Medal of the Fritz-Höger Prize (Germany, 2014), the Grand Prix Européen d'architecture Philippe Rotthier (Belgium, 2014), the First Enor Prize for Young Spanish Architecture (Spain, 2014), the 40under40 Award for Young European Architects from the Chicago Athenaeum (USA, 2015), his selection as a finalist in the Spanish Architecture Biennial in 2014, his nomination for the European Mies van der Rohe Award in 2015, the award obtained in the XIII Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Biennial in the Research category in 2016, and the FAD Opinion Award in its 61st edition in the Interior Design category in 2019.
His professional and teaching work extends to the dissemination of architectural thought, co-directing various meetings on architecture, such as the Jørn Utzon International Congress at the International University of Andalusia or the four editions of the Acciones Comunes seminar held at the Menéndez Pelayo International University.
His studio has recently won, together with Woodrocks Architects, the international competitions to build the Paju Wellness Centre, the Busan Port Marina and the Jinju Metropolitan Library in South Korea.
(Santiago de Compostela, 1976). Architect since 2002 from the ETSAB, 2002, she studied architecture at the schools of A Coruña, Barcelona and Lille. Between 2001 and 2008 she collaborated in the studios of Josep Llinàs, Josep Llobet and Serra+Adroer, and between 2005 and 2008 at EsArq (UIC). Between 2008 and 2014 she was assistant professor to Josep Lluís Mateo at ETH Zurich and to professors Jan de Vylder+Jo Taillieu and Jeannette Kuo at EPF Lausanne, collaborating on several publications such as After Crisis (Lars Müller Publishers, 2011) and A-Typical Plan (Park Books, 2013). Since 2017 she has been teaching and coordinating the master's programme at the HEIA Freiburg School of Architecture.
Since 2016 she has been editor-in-chief of TRANSFER Global Architecture Platform and since 2019 organiser of the TRANSFER Architecture Video Award. In 2021, TRANSFER is a finalist for the Swiss Art Awards of the Swiss Confederation. She has been a regular contributor to the Swiss magazine Tracés since 2016 and a member of the editorial board of FACES magazine since 2018.
She shares his architecture studio Concheiro de Montard in Lausanne with Raphaël de Montard. Since 2005, they have jointly participated in several competitions (1st prize Europan 9, Zagreb) and realised transformation projects that have been selected for the FAD 2013 (Casas Reais, Santiago), Enor 2014 (Casas Reais, Santiago) and FAD 2016 (Pannecau, Bayonne) awards.
In parallel, he develops research on the relationship between architecture and the real estate market that has been published, among others, in After Crisis (2011), Bauwelt (2012) and Tracés (Especulation urbaina, 2016, Beyond speculative models, 2021) and presented at several international institutions such as the Bauhaus, Dessau (2013)), the Karlsruhe Institut of Technology (2013) and Arc en rêve, Bordeaux (2020).