At the “Dynamic Cities” Conference, presented by the Spanish architect Joaquín Alvado Mañón, who arrives in Australia, invited by the University of Sydney, we will have the opportunity to learn and think about what we consider when talking about architecture, from the perspective of innovation and sustainability, taking cities into account as Dynamic structures instead of static systems, as the history of architecture has been known up to now.
About Joaquín Alvado Bañón: Phd. Architect. Architectural Project Design professor and researcher at the Uni¬versity Alicante, Spain. Master and PhD in Architectural Project Design with distinction Cum Laudae. Visiting Teacher at the Universities of Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Baku, Munich, Dubai, Tokyo and Istanbul. Lecturer and teacher in Architecture in several countries. His architectural and urban designs have received several national and international awards. His work has been exhibited and published worldwide (translated in more than twelve languages). He worked with “Pritkzer Price” architect Toyo Ito as “Project Architect” in the Relaxation Park in Torrevieja and his “K house” was selected in the X Spanish Architecture Biennale organized by the Architects Association of Spain. His last works have been nominated for the A+A Awards (Garden House), shorlisted in Mumbai for de F.I.B. Outstanding Structures Price 2014 and FOPA 2º Price 2015 (Kiss Bridge), was recognized for its positive contribution to the reputation and promotion of concrete structures Mumbai (India), nominated Best House, Archdaily, year 2013 (Pool House) and best landscape and Public Space, Plataforma Arquitectura, 2015 (Promenade 1K). Invited XV Biennale Venice 2016 (Time, Space, Existence)