GINÉS GARRIDO

Landscape

Architect (1989) School of Architecture [ETSA], UP Madrid;

Ph.D. (2005) ETSA, UP Madrid [Magna Cum Laude with Highest Honors]. Extraordinary Doctorate Award (2005) and 1st Prize at Caja de Arquitectos Foundation Biennial. Thesis Competition (2006);

Associate Professor at the Department of Architectural Projects, [ETSA], UP Madrid and Visiting Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design (2012-2013); Washington University St. Louis (2017);

Principal at BGAA.

 

Burgos & Garrido Arquitectos Asociados [BGAA] is based in Madrid, Spain. It is a practice with wide national and international experience on design and construction of public spaces, parks, landscape and planning, based on the perspective of social and environmental sustainability.

Their successfully completed projects include the Madrid Río Park, probably the most ambitious and complex public space project constructed in Europe over the last decades, which was awarded the XII Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design in 2016.

They have also accomplished other landscape and urban projects in Toledo and Talavera in Spain, Perú, Slovenia, Russia and Colombia.

Moreover, they constantly work on the design and construction of social housing projects and projects for public buildings. They are currently involved in the following projects: the extension of the MALI [Art Museum of Lima] Peru; Residency of the Spanish Embassy, Canberra Australia; 250 dwellings in Valdebebas Madrid; 100 dwellings Aedas Homes, Madrid; Lent-Tabor Bridge, Maribor Slovenia; Rehabilitation of the Historic Centre of Pereira, Colombia; Residential Complex in Bolshoy Nikolovorovinsky, Moscow Russia.

 

MCH Experience

  • Workshop leader in several editions of MCH
  • Guest lecturer on Landscape at MCH'17
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