Iñaki Ábalos is the Chair of the Department of Architecture at the Harvard GSD as well as being a Partner in Ábalos+Sentkiewicz Arquitectos. He received his Master´s and Ph.D. degrees in Architecture from the School of Architecture of Madrid. He was a Co-Founder and Director of the esteemed Spanish architecture firm Ábalos & Herreros for over two decades before establishing his current studio. He also is the Founder and Director of Laboratorio de Técnicas y Paisajes Contemporáneos in Spain. Ábalos was given a RIBA International Fellowship in 2009. Ábalos has also been a visiting professor at Columbia, the Architectural Association in London, Princeton and Cornell. His work has been widely published in journals and monographs, such as Ábalos & Herreros; Ábalos & Herreros, Grand Tour; Ábalos+Sentkiewicz Arquitectos –Thermodynamic Beauty; Ábalos+Sentkiewicz: Form, Matter, and Energy and Essays on Thermodynamics, Architecture and Beauty. Ábalos is the author of Le Corbusier: Skyscrapers; Tower and Office and Natural Artificial among many others. Ábalos also curated the Spanish Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale.
Renata Sentkiewicz has a Master’s of Science from the Cracow Polytechnic School of Architecture. A Founder and Director of Ábalos+Sentkiewicz, she is also a member of the Zero Energy Alliance and a Design Critic at the Harvard GSD. Her professional work has been widely published in different national and international publications. An exhibition about her work: Dualisms.Abalos+Sentkiewicz was held at the GSD. Sentkiewicz has given workshops and seminars in architecture and landscape in different international cities including the Berlage Institute, the IUAV in Venice, the Festarch Cerdegna, and the Universal Nacional de Colombia.
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