Rubén Alcolea

Arquitecto y Doctor por la Universidad de Navarra (ETSAUN) con Premio Extraordinario Fin de Carrera y Mención especial del Premio Nacional de Terminación de Estudios Universitarios. Desde entonces ha desempeñado labores docentes, ahora como Profesor Titular, en el Departamento de Proyectos de la ETSAUN, al tiempo que ha colaborado en el Departamento de Publicaciones y Actividades Culturales. En el curso 2008-2009 fue Visiting Scholar en el Departamento de Teoría e Historia de la Architectural Association School of Architecture de Londres, donde llevó a cabo labores de investigación e impartido seminarios. De 2009 a 2015, Subdirector de Investigación de la ETSAUN, y en 2016 Visiting Professor en Cornell University, Ithaca-New York. Especializado en fotografía y arquitectura moderna, es autor del libro “Picnic de Pioneros. Arquitectura, fotografía y el mito de la industria”, y también ha publicado artículos en revistas, participado en congresos internacionales e impartido conferencias. Actualmente compatibiliza la docencia de Proyectos con el trabajo profesional independiente.

Graduated Architect and PhD at the University of Navarre, Spain, where he was graduated with distinction in final Project, and Special National Award in Architecture Studies. Since then on has developed teaching experience in the Project Design Department at the School of Architecture of the University of Navarre (ETSAUN), currently as Full Professor, as well as coordinated the Cultural Activities and, since 2005, the Publications Department. ETSAUN Vice-dean since 2009. In 2008-2009 he was visiting scholar at the Theories&Histories at the Architectural School of Architecture, London, where also made some research and gave seminars. In 2016, Visiting Professor at Cornell University, Ithaca-New York. Specialized in Photography and Modern Architecture, is author of the book “Picnic de Pioneros”, and has also published several articles in magazines, lectured in congresses, symposiums and in other cultural associations. Now works both in teaching architecture as well as developing professional practice, where has gained some prizes in competitions of architecture.