Julio Barreno-Gutiérrez

PhD Architect

Lecturer in the Architectural Design Department at the University of Seville. Doctorate from the University of Seville with the thesis: “Actions and reactions. A look at architecture through its dynamic fragment.” His work has been exhibited in spaces such as the Biennial of Architecture in Venice (Italy), the Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urban Planning (Madrid), Triennale Esposizione Internazionale di Milano (Italy) American Institute of Architects, Washington DC (USA), Hoxton Gallery, London (UK), Columbia University New York (USA), Cornell University (USA), Casa de Asturias in Brussels (Belgium), KTH Stockholm (Sweden), Paris-Val de Seine (France), Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Ottawa (Canada), University of Nablus in Jerusalem (Israel) and published in different articles, journals and books.

He is an Architectural Projects lecturer at the University of Seville, additionally, his teaching, workshops and conferences have been taught in institutions such as the University of Granada, Cambridge (UK), Copenhagen (Denmark), Texas Tech (USA), Liechtenstein, Porto (Portugal) and Delft (The Netherlands), and in architecture schools such as the ones in Cadiz, Huelva, etc. Coordinator of several teaching innovation projects. Member on different judging panels and technical commissions for the selection of projects in architecture competitions and awards. Honoured with the Torres Clavé Prize for the best construction built in 2005/2007 by the Cadiz Institute of Architects.

ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1182-1694