Juan Miró

Architect Austin / United States

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Juan Miró
Juan Miró was born in Barcelona and obtained his professional degree at the Escuela de Arquitectura of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. In 1989 he earned a Fulbright Scholarship to complete a post-professional Master’s degree at Yale University, where he was awarded the William Edward Parsons Memorial Medal. He has been a licensed architect in Spain since 1988 and is a registered architect in the states of Texas and New York.

Prior to forming Miró Rivera Architects, Juan Miró worked in New York City from 1991-1996 at Gwathmey Siegel and Associates, and in Spain with his father Antonio Miró, Fernando Higueras, Felix Candela and Santiago Calatrava on a wide range of projects.

Juan is a Professor at the School of Architecture of the University of Texas at Austin. He teaches design, construction, and Mexican architecture. In his teaching, practice, and research he explores his interests in the role of the architectural profession in civic life, the relationship between the manmade and Nature, and the relevance of history for designers. In 2011 Juan received the Distinguished Professor Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.

Juan Miró is an active member of the American Institute of Architects and has served as a juror for many AIA design award competitions at the national, state, and local levels. In 2011, Juan was elevated to the organization's College of Fellows in recognition of his contributions to the profession and to society.
Juan  Miró
Juan Miró
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Juan Miró was born in Barcelona and obtained his professional degree at the Escuela de Arquitectura of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. In 1989 he earned a Fulbright Scholarship to complete a post-professional Master’s degree at Yale University, where he was awarded the William Edward Parsons Memorial Medal. He has been a licensed architect in Spain since 1988 and is a registered architect in the states of Texas and New York. Prior to forming Miró Rivera Architects, Juan Miró worked in New York City from 1991-1996 at Gwathmey Siegel and Associates, and in Spain with his father Antonio Miró, Fernando Higueras, Felix Candela and Santiago Calatrava on a wide range of projects. Juan is a Professor at the School of Architecture of the University of Texas at Austin. He teaches design, construction, and Mexican architecture. In his teaching, practice, and research he explores his interests in the role of the architectural profession in civic life, the relationship between the manmade and Nature, and the relevance of history for designers. In 2011 Juan received the Distinguished Professor Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Juan Miró is an active member of the American Institute of Architects and has served as a juror for many AIA design award competitions at the national, state, and local levels. In 2011, Juan was elevated to the organization's College of Fellows in recognition of his contributions to the profession and to society.