I. Cornago Bonal

I. Cornago Bonal

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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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  • 2021

    2021 RIBA Research Fund

    The RIBA Research Fund awards annual grants to individuals conducting independent architectural research at any stage of their careers in practice or academia. The aim is to support critical investigation into a wide range of subject matters relevant to the advancement of architecture, and connected arts and sciences, in the United Kingdom.

    In 2021, the RIBA Research Fund received the highest number of applications in its history. These were reviewed and assessed by the Research Grants Sub-Committee,

  • 2019

    La Caixa Foundation fellowship for doctoral studies


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