Andreu Arriola-Madorell

Architect, urban-designer and landscape architect, co-founder of the practice ARRIOLA&FIOL. Member of Catedra J&G at UPC, he is directing his research towards sustainability and technology innovation in social housing.

 
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  • Biography

    Born in Barcelona the 24th February of 1956, graduated in Architecture, specializing in Design, Urbanism and History, at the Escola Tècnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona in 1981. Fulbright Grant 1985-86, received his Master in Architecture from Columbia University, New York in 1986. He has been pupil of Rafael Moneo, Ignasi de Solà-Morales and Kenneth Frampton. From 1981-1988 he was architect at the Servei de Projectes Urbans de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona. From 1981 to 1993 he was director at the Institute of Urban Development and Olimpic Games Barcelona ’92.

    He was Visiting professor at the Academie van Bouwkunst van de HR u O in Rotterdam in 1992 and visiting professor at UCLA University in Los Angeles in 2004. Since 1994 he has been teaching in the Department de Projectes Arquitectonicos at the Escola Tècnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona.

  • Professional Affiliations and Titles

    Associate Professor at the Departament de Projectes Arquitectònics at Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB). Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) (1994).

    Member of 'Cátedra UPC- Grupo J&G' of Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Barcelona (2002). Member of the panel of judges for “La Caixa” grants. Barcelona (2001 and 2002).

    Member of the panel of judges of ‘Concurso de Ideas del “Parque Isabel II”, in Palencia. Ayuntamiento de Palencia (2001). 

    Member of the panel of judges of 'Concorso su dieci spazi aperti della Città di Bergamo', Ordine degli Architetti i Comune della Città di Bergamo (1994)

    Visiting Professor at the Academie van Bowkunst van de HR&O. Rotterdam (1992)

    Associate Director in the Institute of Urban Development and Olympic Games (IMPUSA) (1988-1993)

    Master of Science in Architecture and Building Design, Columbia University, New-York (1985-86). Architect in the Urban Design Department in the City of Barcelona (1981-1988)

    Registered architect at the Catalan Architects Association (COAC) (1981) Graduated in Architecture, Specializing in Design,

    Urbanism and History, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB). Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (1981).

    Member of the panel of judges of FAD Awards, Barcelona (1981)

  • Scholarships

    William Kinne Fellowship, Columbia University: ‘1911 Voyage d'Orient of Le Corbusier revisited. Homage to the centennial of L.C.' (1986-87)

    FULBRIGHT Grant, New-York (1985-86)

    ILAUD scholarship, (International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design). Director: Giancarlo de Carlo, Urbino (Italy 1980).

    IAESTE scholarship, (International Association Exchange Technical Experience). Warsaw (1978). 

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