Pilar Calderón

Pilar Calderón

Architect, Co-founder of Calderon-Folch Studio


Pilar Calderón is co-founder of Calderon-Folch Studio.

Barcelona, 1975. Master in Architecture (EtsaB - Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona - Polythechnic University of Catalonia). She completed her studies at the School of Architecture, Design and Urban Studies of the UC of Santiago de Chile and participated in the program for the elimination of poverty “Servicio País” in the Chilean Patagonia.

In 2004 and 2012 she won the Ajac Award for Young Architects of the Official College of Architects of Catalonia, in 2013 the International Spanish Architecture Prize (Young Architect abroad) granted by the Superior Council of the Architects Schools of Spain and the "Prix National Construction in Bois - "Coup de Coeur" for the "Centre Léonce Georges en Chauffailels "- awarded by the Association des Maires de France - and in 2012 the "National Isover Energy Efficiency Award" by the MZ house. In 2015 she was nominated for the European Prize for Contemporary Architecture "European Union Prize - Mies Van der Rohe" for the work "El Roure" civic center and "La Ginesta de Begues" Library.

She conceived and directed the Postgraduate in Scenographic Design of Elisava (Superior School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona - Pompeu Fabra University, 2011-2015). She is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Architectural Projects of ETSAB - Polytechnic University of Catalonia.

She is co-author with Marc Folch of the book "Neruda-Rodríguez Arias. Houses for a poet ".

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