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Established architectural duo Camila Aybar & Juan Jose Mateos explore architecture through ephemeral constructive performances to projects of great endeavour.
Aybar received training at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, ETSAM, and received a Masters in Science in Advance Architectural Design from the University of Columbia in New York in 2005. Mateos received training at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, ETSAM, and at the Bartlett School of Architecture, at the University College of London. Together, they have appeared in several publications including the Architectural Record, Mesh Magazine, Revista Pasajes, and GSAPP Abstract. They are currently based in Spain, working as aybar.mateos.arquitectos.
2006 - PicassoMio.com - Cultural Foundation, COAM, Madrid, Spain
2005 - University of Columbia, NY, United States
2004 - Schools of Architects of the Rioja, Valencia and Barcelona, Spain
2003 - RIBA/ARB - Festival Beyond Average of Florence, Italy - Foundation FAD, Barcelona, Spain
2002 - The Slade, UCL, London, UK
2006 - Veteco 06, IFEMA, Vitro, First Prize - ETSAM Attending Professor Scholarship
2005 - Honor Award for Excellence in Design, University of Columbia - William Kinne Fellows, CU - Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Prize, CU - Cultural Center in Alcorcon, Third Prize
2004 - ETSAM Attending Professor Scholarship
2003 - Fundacion La Caixa Scholarship for postgraduate studies - Segundo Accesit en el Concurso Pasajes-I-Guzzini de Fines de Carrera, Spain
2002 - Fitzroy Robinson Prize, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, Peter Cook
2000 - Scholarship from the European Union
1999 - Scholarship from Ministry of Public Works and Economy