We are pleased to introduce the members of the Jury of ARCHMARATHON Selections@MADE Expo. March 8th\11th the Jury will listen to 28 international projects and select the 14 winners who will directly be admitted at ARCHMARATHON 2018 finals.
The Jury will be composed of Luca Molinari, Francisco Mangado e Vincenzo Latina.
Luca Molinari, professor of History and Theory of Contemporary Architecture at Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”. He writes as independent critic for Italian and international newspapers. He is a member of the advisory board of the Italian Ministry of Culture. He curated the Italian Pavilion at XII International Architecture Exhibition in Venice and he has been scientific director of Milan Triennale’s architecture and town planning sections (2001-2004).
Francisco Mangado (Navarra, 1957) graduated from the University of Navarra School of Architecture in 1982, and has taught there since. He has also been a Visiting Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, an Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor at the Yale School of Architecture, a Guest Lecturer at the EPF of Lausanne, a Baird and Gensler Visiting Professor at Cornell, and, currently, a Visiting Professor at the Politecnico di Milano.
Major built works of his include the Baluarte Auditorium and Congress Center in Pamplona, the Archaeology Museum in Vitoria, the Spanish Pavilion at Expo Zaragoza 2008, and the recently opened Asturian Fine Arts Museum in Oviedo. He is currently working on projects located in several countries. This busy professional practice has brought him, among other honors, the Andrea Palladio Architecture Award, the FAD Award for Architecture, the CEOE Award, the Construmat Award for Architecture, the Fernando García Mercadal Award for Architecture, the Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal given by the UIA, the Copper in Architecture Award, the RIBA EU Award, and the Spanish National Award for Architecture in 2009.
He was named a RIBA International Fellow in 2011 and an AIA Honorary Member in 2013.
In 2008 he founded the Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad, which in 2015 was given a CSCAE Gold Medal.
Vincenzo Latina’s architecture has won numerous awards and received widespread recognition. Between 2003 and 2015 the most significant of these are the “Architetto Italiano” Award in 2015, the ARCH&STONE Award, the 2012 “Gold Medal for Italian Architecture”, the Award for Innovation and Urban Quality and the G.B.Vaccarini Award, the Gubbio Award; the International Award from the Dedalo Minosse Order of Architecture and in 2003 the “Il Principe e l’Architetto” Award and the “International Stone Architecture Award”.