Professor, and Founder, Estudio Herreros
Juan Herreros is Chair Professor at the School of Architecture of Madrid and Full Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture of Columbia University. He runs Herreros Arquitectos, an office of 20 architects based in Madrid.
His built work has been broadly and internationally awarded, published, and exhibited. He has been widely recognized for his work, receiving the International Fellowship Award of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the AD prize of Architecture, and a nomination for the medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His office is now developing and building projects in Spain, Norway, Panama, Mexico, Colombia, France, and Morocco. His most significant projects currently under construction are the Edward Munch Museum in Oslo, the refurbishing of the exhibition spaces of the Reina Sofía museum in Madrid, the Convention Center Ágora-Bogotá in Colombia, the system of coastal parks in Panama City, and other residential, office, and facilities hybrid complexes.
Photo: Courtesy of Estudio Herreros