Dallas Architecture Forum – Fernando TABUENCA
Co-Founder + Principal, Tabuenca & Leache Arquitectos
14 November 2017
Free for Forum Members
Students $5, General Admission $20
Tickets at Door, No Reservations Needed
Constable’s House 6,Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
Fernando Tabuenca is a highly honored architect from Pamplona, Spain whose designs include residential, industrial, sports, education and cultural projects. His studio is also known for renovations of historic cultural buildings as well as projects focused on urban, interior and product design. Tabuenca was selected by the iconic architects Rafael Moneo and Alvaro Siza as one of the most relevant Spanish architects of his generation. The Tabuenca and Leache studio has received many awards and recognitions from leading organizations including the AIA, Fondazione Frate Sole, ECOLA and the European Union Prize-Mies Van der Rohe. They were also recently honored with the 2016 American Architecture Gold Medal Prize in Architectural Design and Renovation for their historic renovation projects.
Tabuenca’s work has been published in numerous international magazines including El Croquis, Arquitectura Viva, Casabella, Detail, Architekture Aktuell, AIT, Octogon, and A+U. Two of Tabuenca and Leache’s significant historic projects are the restorations and renovations of the Constablea’s House and Saint Georgea’s Parish Church. Fernando Tabuenca has lectured and taught in Spain, Italy, Argentina, France, Taiwan and the United States, and is currently a visiting professor at Cornell University.