Antonio José Galisteo Espartero

Malaga / Philippines

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Antonio José Galisteo Espartero
Architect by Universidad de Sevilla (University of Seville), he starts his professional career in Málaga as member of ACT Arquitectura Office in the Parque Tecnológico de Andalucia (Technological Park of Andalusia), Malaga (Spain).

Later, as a freelance, he founds and manages his own office, making many public projects, such as the improvement of Fernando Ruiz Hierro Municipal Sports Centre in Velez Malaga, the building of Rooms and Sports facilities in the park Maria Zambrano, or the complete rehabilitation of Calle Real de la Villa.

Among his most notable achievements are the first prize award received in the “ideas for the construction of 34 subsidized housing units” contest and the honourable mention in Equipment and Public Building awarded by the Malaga Board of Architects in the Premio Malaga de Arquitectura 2011 architecture contest.

He also combines projectual work and investigation experience: he is now in the process of writing his doctoral thesis at the Universidad de Málaga (University of Malaga) while participating in numerous conferences, presentations and exhibitions.
Antonio José  Galisteo Espartero
Antonio José Galisteo Espartero
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Architect by Universidad de Sevilla (University of Seville), he starts his professional career in Málaga as member of ACT Arquitectura Office in the Parque Tecnológico de Andalucia (Technological Park of Andalusia), Malaga (Spain). Later, as a freelance, he founds and manages his own office, making many public projects, such as the improvement of Fernando Ruiz Hierro Municipal Sports Centre in Velez Malaga, the building of Rooms and Sports facilities in the park Maria Zambrano, or the complete rehabilitation of Calle Real de la Villa. Among his most notable achievements are the first prize award received in the “ideas for the construction of 34 subsidized housing units” contest and the honourable mention in Equipment and Public Building awarded by the Malaga Board of Architects in the Premio Malaga de Arquitectura 2011 architecture contest. He also combines projectual work and investigation experience: he is now in the process of writing his doctoral thesis at the Universidad de Málaga (University of Malaga) while participating in numerous conferences, presentations and exhibitions.