Profile of Estudio Barozzi Veiga, headquartered in Spain. Two projects submitted by Estudio Barozzi Veiga have been published on Architecture News Plus (ANP).
Fabrizio Barozzi and Alberto Veiga began their career together in 2004 and founded EBV in Barcelona.
EBV is an architectural practice devoted to architecture, urbanism for both public and private sectors. EBV has won numerous prizes in national and international competitions. Projects that stand out for their singularity include the rehabilitation of the Santa Clara Convent in the historic city centre of Úbeda, Andalucia (under costruction); the Congress Hall of Águilas, Murcia (built); the Headquarters of Ribera de Duero in Roa, Burgos (built); and the Philarmonic Hall in Szczecin, Poland (under costruction).
Were lectures at several universities including: University of Valencia (2005), International University of Catalonia (2007), University of Greenwich (2008), University of Warsaw (2008), Architecture Faculty of Alghero (2008), School of Architecture of Strasbourg (2009), Architecture University of Girona (2009), University Institute of Venice (2009), Stockholm University (2010), CAAM Atlantic Center of Modern Art (2011)
Their work was exhibited at the Biennial of Young Italian Architects – Rizoma (2008), Biennial of Alpine Architecture (2008), Venice Architecture Biennial (2008), "Ajac Awards" in the College of Architects of Barcelona (2007), "Architects Open Space" in the College of Architects of Roma (2008), "Experience 36" University of Valencia (2008), "Tourism. Space fiction’" in the Design Museum of Barcelona (2009), "Spain Now" in the Building Center of London (2009), "A city call Spain" (2010) at the National Gallery of Athens, among others.
In 2007 received the prize "Ajac Awards" granted by College of Architects of Barcelona (2007), the "Leaf Award" as young architects of the Year, awarded by Emirates Glass in collaboration with RIBA and were selected by NIB between the young emerging architects in Spain.
In 2008 were selected by the Chicago Atheneum for the "Europe 40 Under 40", chosen from among 20 outstanding young offices form the international magazine Icon and nominated for the Jacov Chernikhov Prize.
In 2009 were invited to join Ordos 100, a project coordinated by the artist Ai Wei Wei for a new residential district at Mongolia.
In 2010 were selected to represented Spain in the project "27-A journey through contemporary architecture in Europe".