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February 8, 2013

Global Architect

Category: General – Tags: – admin – 9:34 am

Article published at the Diario de Burgos as and example of Burgos native who is succeeding in the world. On Saturday, January 7, 2012, the journal Diario de Burgos published an article about architect Alfredo Munoz Herrero, as an example of Burgos native who succeeded in the world thanks to the projects of his architectural firm ABIBOO Architecture. The Diario de Burgos begins his article by mentioning Alfredo s childhood and his early interests. The article goes on to praise Alfredo Munoz s achievements along his already extensive experience despite his youth: his work is one of the most relevant in the world among all the talents of his class. Munoz (Burgos, 1979) is the president of the architectural firm ABIBOO Architecture (Munoz Herrero) left his mark at the Polytechnic University of Madrid when I graduated in architecture in only five years, something that no one had done in decades.

Even the best used to do it in six, seven or eight years. The article also mentions his development and professional growth, starting with his early work, and his total dedication to the Japanese firm Toyo Ito architecture, his work in the American company SOM (Skidmore, Owings and Merrill) until the creation of his own architectural studio, ABIBOO Architecture, with dozens of projects of global impact y Oficinas en Madrid, New York and India. Immediate after his debut as a student of Architecture he started working in the studio of the architect from Burgos Agustin Herrero (/..). After that, I have searched somewhere else and, before graduation, I have already had experience in the studios of Alberto Campo Baeza or abalos and Herreros, three of the top firms in the area of architecture. He also took the opportunity to travel around the U.S., Latin America and Europe. I knew that great architects (citing scholarship holders s like Le Corbusier) were not so great until they learned through their travels he affirms.

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