Juan Navarro Baldeweg

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Navarro and the second or maternal family name is Baldeweg.

Juan Navarro Baldeweg (11 June 1939, Santander) is a Spanish architect and professor at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM).

Teatros del Canal, Madrid
Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos

Baldeweg studied at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts of Madrid, and the School of Architecture of the Technical University of Madrid, where he graduated in 1965. Since 1977 he is teaching at the ETSAM.

Throughout his career Baldeweg won numerous architectural design competitions, including for the Castilla y León Convention Center in Salamanca (1985), Olympic Village Training Pavilion in Barcelona (1988), Congress and Convention Center of Cádiz (1988), Ministry Buildings for the Regional Government of Extremadura in Mérida (1989), Congress Center of Salzburg (1992), Museum for the Salvador Allende Collection in Santiago de Chile (1993), Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft in Rome (1995), Cultural Center in Benidorm (1997), Canal Theatre in Madrid and Museum of Human Evolution in Burgos (2000).[1]

Projects[edit]

  • Castilla y León Convention Center, Salamanca, 1985–92
  • National Museum and Research Center of Altamira, Santillana del Mar, Cantabria, 1995–2000
  • Martos Mill restoration, Córdoba, 2001–05
  • Cultural Centre in Benidorm, Alicante, 1997–2006
  • Centre for the Stage Arts - The Canal Theatre, Madrid, 2000
  • Kunsthal KAdE library and museum, Amersfoort, Netherlands, 2005–09
  • Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos, 2000–11

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biography in El Croquis nr. 133, 2006

External links[edit]

Media related to Juan Navarro Baldeweg at Wikimedia Commons

  • Paintings by Baldeweg at Marlborough Gallery