Alberto Campo Baeza was born in Valladolid and grew up in Cádiz.
His works range from small houses like Casa Turégano, Casa Gaspar, Casa de Blas, Casa del Infinito or Casa Cala, to major works such as Caja Granada, the Consultative Council of Zamora or the Poliderportivo for the Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid.
His work was exhibited in the Crown Hall of Chicago, in the Basilica of Palladio, in the Tempietto of S. Pietro in Montorio, in the MAXXI in Rome and in the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York.
He is an Academician at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Spain.
He has received the Tessenow Gold Medal from German architects in Hamburg, the Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize from American architects in New York and the Attolini Medal from Mexico. He is Fellow member of the RIBA of London and Honorary Fellow of the IAA of New York since 2019.
He has been Professor of Projects at the ETSAM of the UPM in Madrid since 1986 and has been a professor at the ETH Zurich, EPFL de Laussanne, Penn University in Philadelphia, CUA de Washington, UCL de Tournai and Buffalo University. And in many other universities in the world.
- Alberto Campo Baeza