I. Cornago Bonal

I. Cornago Bonal

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Biography

Íñigo Cornago is an architect and lecturer. He graduated from ETSAM-UPM, Madrid in 2013. Thanks to an Erasmus grant, he spent one year as an exchange student at KTH, Stockholm. Currently, Íñigo is a PhD candidate at TU Delft in the Chair of Architecture & Dwelling. With the support of La Caixa Fellowship, he develops his PhD in the ’Architecture and Democracy’ programme, a collaboration between the Department of Architecture, TU Delft, the Jaap Bakema Study Centre, and Het Nieuwe Instituut.

Íñigo has developed a professional practice between architecture and urbanism working independently, collaboratively and in the partnership Cornago&Sanchez. He has put forward projects that range in scope and scale: From building housing projects and developing time-based urban master plans, to art interventions and collaborative design.

In 2016, he was awarded a Teaching Fellowship at CEPT University where he co-edited the publication “Ahmedabad Cross Section”. He has co-directed the Archiprix International Workshop in the 2015 and 2017 editions. In 2012, together with Claudia Sánchez, he directed a workshop for Interactivos-Hack the city at Science Gallery, Dublin and Medialab Prado, Madrid. Next year, they were Artist in Residency at El Ranchito, Matadero, Madrid.

Awards

Íñigo has been awarded a ‘La Caixa’ fellowship to develop his PhD. In 2015 he won a first prize in the Europan 13 competition with the proposal ‘Urban Toolkit’. His work has also been awarded in competitions such as Europan 10 [Tallin], 72 Hour Urban Action [Roskilde, Denmark], the competition for the urban regeneration of Badel site [Zagreb] or Arquia Proxima (2014,2016,2018).

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Íñigo Cornago is an architect and lecturer. He graduated from ETSAM-UPM, Madrid in 2013. Thanks to an Erasmus grant, he spent one year as an exchange student at KTH, Stockholm. Currently, Íñigo is a PhD candidate at TU Delft in the Chair of Architecture & Dwelling. With the support of La Caixa Fellowship, he develops his PhD in the ’Architecture and Democracy’ programme, a collaboration between the Department of Architecture, TU Delft, the Jaap Bakema Study Centre, and Het Nieuwe Instituut.

Íñigo has developed a professional practice between architecture and urbanism working independently, collaboratively and in the partnership Cornago&Sanchez. He has put forward projects that range in scope and scale: From building housing projects and developing time-based urban master plans, to art interventions and collaborative design.

In 2016, he was awarded a Teaching Fellowship at CEPT University where he co-edited the publication “Ahmedabad Cross Section”. He has co-directed the Archiprix International Workshop in the 2015 and 2017 editions. In 2012, together with Claudia Sánchez, he directed a workshop for Interactivos-Hack the city at Science Gallery, Dublin and Medialab Prado, Madrid. Next year, they were Artist in Residency at El Ranchito, Matadero, Madrid.

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