Eva Franch Gilabert

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City, Country:

Houston, TX, United States


2009, 2010, 2011


June 2010 - July 2010

Born 1978 in the Ebro Delta.

Eva Franch Gilabert studied architecture at the Universitat Politècnica in Barcelona/Spain from 1996 to 2003, at the University of Technology in Delft/Netherlands and at the Princenton University School of Architecture in Princeton, NJ/USA from 2005 to 2007.

Selected Exhibitions: »The hurricane house. The architecture of the well absorved atmosphere« in »EcoRedux: Design Remedies for a Dying Planet«, Byzantine Museum of Athens/Greece and »Architecture as Doubt«, Dyett Gallery in Buffalo/USA (both in 2008); »Projective Archeologies: a Retrospective Utopia« in »Arch schools: r(each)ing out«, Center of Architecture in New York, NY/USA (2007).

Eva Franch Gilabert received numerous fellowships and prizes, such as the La Caixa Fellowship for post-professional graduate studies at Princeton University, a Howard Crosby Butler Travelling Fellowship, the Emerging Architect Prize from the Institution for Design and Arts Promotion and the Suzannne Koralik Underwood Prize.

Currently, Eva Franch Gilabert is a visiting Wortham fellow at Rice University in Houston, TX/USA and working on a project about planetary architectural strategy in climatic and atmospheric terms for the development of Urban Condensers adressing local energetic and social paradigms.

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