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Juan Herreros is the founder and principal of Abalos and Herreros Architects in Madrid and teaches internationally as a Doctor of Architecture, Senior Professor and head of Teaching Unit Q at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, as well as a Visiting Professor most recently at Princeton University and the Illinois Institute of Technology
The work of Abalos and Herreros ranges from published works including Tower and Office: From Modernist Theory to Contemporary Practice and Recycling Madrid to critically-acclaimed built work including apartment and office towers in Vitoria and the Woermann complex in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The firm was a finalist for the 2005 Mies Van der Rohe Award for the Coast Park Northeast in Barcelona and the 2003 Biennial of Spanish Architecture for the Public Library Usera in Madrid. They have also been featured in the exhibitios such as Light Construction, Ground-swell and On Site at MoMA.
Linder, Mark D. and Mosenthal, Beth, "Graduate Sessions 3: Juan Herreros" (2006). Full list of publications from School of Architecture. Paper 132.
Print Copy of Graduate Sessions