Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza is a tenured professor at the Madrid School of Architecture, ETSAM, where he has taught for more than forty years. He has also taught at the ETH in Zurich, the EPFL in Lausanne, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Kansas State University, the CUA University in Washington, and most recently, at the L’Ecole d’Architecture in Tournai, Belgique.
Baeza has lectured extensively, and has received many awards including: the Torroja for his Caja Granada; the 2013 Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal; the Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the RIBA International Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects. In 2014, he was elected Full Member to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando of Spain, and in 2015, was awarded the International Prize of Spanish Architecture (PAEI 2015).
Baeza’s widely-recognized works include Houses Turégano and de Blas, both in Madrid; the Gaspar House in Cádiz; the Rufo House in Toledo; the Moliner House in Zaragoza; and the Caja de Granada Savings Bank and the Museum of Memory of Andalucía, both in Granada. He also designed a nursery for Benetton in Venice, offices for the Regional Government of Castillay León in Zamora; and is currently working on the Sports Pavilion for the University Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid.
His publications include “La Idea Construida” [The Built Idea], “Pensar con las manos” [Thinking with your hands], and Principia Architectonica. A book of his complete works was published in 2016 by Thames & Hudson. Baeza has exhibited his work around the globe, including at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, in the Pibamarmi Foundation in Vicenza, and at the Spanish Embassy of Iran in Teheran.