Eva Franch Gilabert Biography

Established architect Eva Franch Gilabert works with the mediums of film, video and installation striving to push the boundaries of architecture.

Trained as an architect at the ETSA Barcelona (Spain), TU Delft (The Netherlands) and Princeton University (USA) Franch has been published and has exhibited internationally. She has received numerous awards. Recently, Franch produced several short-films concerning the notions of architectural production and cognition, exhibiting and publishing at the Shenzhen Biennale 05, TU Wien, Videoteca UPC and Postbooks Magazine. Professionally she has collaborated with several international architectural firms and artists, and working independently has built several projects and installations.


2006 - PicassoMio.com

2005 - Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture, China - Itinerant exhibition ?Pasajes-iGuzzini awarded projects exhibition?, Spain

2004 - Itinerant exhibition ?Pasajes-iGuzzini awarded projects exhibition?, Spain - NAI, National Architecture Institute, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2003 - Itinerant exhibition ?Pasajes-iGuzzini awarded projects exhibition?, Spain - Fine Arts and Cultural Center of Daegu, Korea - FAD (Foment de les Arts Decoratives) ?Pasajes-iGuzzini awards exhibition?, Spain

2002 - ETSABarcelona-UPC, Barcelona School of Architecture, Spain - Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands


2006 - Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship, Princeton University, United States - La Caixa Fellowship, Spain

2005 - La Caixa Fellowship, Spain

2003 - First ?Accesit? Pasajes-iGuzzini competition, Spain

2001 - ?Erasmus student program for international exchange?