Retrat de Izaskun Chinchilla


Izaskun Chinchilla is an arquitect. She has run her own firm since the year she graduated. Her projects and research studies address aspects such as ecology, sociology, science and contemporary ways of life. 

Her largest built work is the restoration of the Garcimuñoz Castle in Cuenca to install a public media library. 

She is a professor at the Madrid School of Architecture, at the Instituto Empresa Business School in Madrid and at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. She has won multiple awards and has participated in fora and conferences in more than eighty international destinations.

Articles by Izaskun Chinchilla

Il·lustració © Raquel Marín
Open city. The challenges of the futureAlternatives to the “plaza dura”. Fostering urban biodiversity and citizen empowerment

In terms of urban design, a “plaza dura” is deemed to be a solution for the urban planning of a public space with a large surface area, generally made of granite or concrete, with hardly...

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