José María Sánchez

Architect Madrid / Spain

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José María Sánchez
Professor at the Department of Architectural Projects at Polytechnic University of Madrid (E.T.S.A.M) Awarded with a scholarship from the Spanish government in the Royal Spanish Academy in Rome in 2007, and the scholarship of Casa Velázquez in Madrid in 2003 Awarded in AR+D Emerging Architecture 2009 and 2011 (RIBA), London; First Prize in Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard 2009, New York, nomination among the ten upcoming international studios; First Prize in Young Architecture at the 11th Biennial of Spanish Architecture; Selected for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies Van Der Rohe 2013; Awarded in FAD 2011 prizes; Awarded in IX European prize for architecture and rehabilitation Philippe Rotthier 2011, Belgium; Awarded as one of the best seven international emerging offices by the University ETH Zurich, 2011; Awarded for the VII Iberoamerican Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism; Awarded at the10th Biennial of Spanish Architecture; First Prize A+ Awarded as the best emerging office in Spain 2012; First prize of the 2008 ENOR Prize for Young Architecture; SecondSGUNDO G prize Ateg 2010 Prizes; Winner of a Special mention in Arquia-Proxima 2010; First prize in Veteco 2009 Prizes; First prize in the Napisa Prizes 2008-09.
José María Sánchez
José María Sánchez
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Professor at the Department of Architectural Projects at Polytechnic University of Madrid (E.T.S.A.M) Awarded with a scholarship from the Spanish government in the Royal Spanish Academy in Rome in 2007, and the scholarship of Casa Velázquez in Madrid in 2003 Awarded in AR+D Emerging Architecture 2009 and 2011 (RIBA), London; First Prize in Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard 2009, New York, nomination among the ten upcoming international studios; First Prize in Young Architecture at the 11th Biennial of Spanish Architecture; Selected for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies Van Der Rohe 2013; Awarded in FAD 2011 prizes; Awarded in IX European prize for architecture and rehabilitation Philippe Rotthier 2011, Belgium; Awarded as one of the best seven international emerging offices by the University ETH Zurich, 2011; Awarded for the VII Iberoamerican Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism; Awarded at the10th Biennial of Spanish Architecture; First Prize A+ Awarded as the best emerging office in Spain 2012; First prize of the 2008 ENOR Prize for Young Architecture; SecondSGUNDO G prize Ateg 2010 Prizes; Winner of a Special mention in Arquia-Proxima 2010; First prize in Veteco 2009 Prizes; First prize in the Napisa Prizes 2008-09.