Jaume Bach


Jaume (Sabadell1943), PhD Architect and Professor at ETSAB – Barcelona Architecture Universtiy since 1970. He has taught Composition and Project Design. He has been Degree Project coordinator, and president of the foreign degree convalidation jury. He has been visiting professor at Urbino, Hannover, Dublin and Bucharest.

He has given many seminars and lectures in Spain, Germany, Austria, France, Netherlands, Italy, Slovenia, England, Ireland, Finland, Portugal, Rumania, United States, Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile and Russian Federation.

His work has been exhibited in several cities in Spain, and internationally in Buenos Aires, Mexico DF, Moscow, Berlin, Essen, New Delhi, Chicago, Vienna, Florence, Basel, Frankfurt, Paris, Tokyo, Caracas, Santiago de Chile, Rotterdam Athens, New York or Brussels, among others. His works have been published in architecture and design magazines all around the world, and four different monographies have been edited showing his works during his career.

His work has been granted with many distinctions among which there is the First Prize for the remodelling of the Bospolder Square, Rotterdam and the First Prize for the Liturgical adaptation of the Parma Cathedral´s Presbitery. Among many other recognitions, he has been awarded with four FAD Awards, four FAD Opinion FAD Awards, and he has been Finalist in 13 occasions, and selected for 10 other works. Internationally, he has been selected for the Mies van der Rohe Awards and has four Brunnel Commendation Awards for Railway Public Transport, among other recognitions.

Eugeni Bach


Eugeni (Barcelona, 1974). Architect ETSAB – Barcelona Architecture University since 1999. Assistant professor, Vertical Workshop ESARQ UIC, Barcelona, 1999,Mies van der Rohe Department Teacher, ETSAB UPC, 2001, Currently lecturing Design Studio, La Salle Architecture School, URL, Barcelona, and ETSAB UPC Barcelona.

His work has been published in several European magazines, such as Domus, Mark Magazine, Arquitectura Viva, Internior A10, among others, and has been exhibited in “Export”, ICO Museum, Madrid, 2015; “Elective Affinities” in COAC Barcelona 2015 and Girona 2014, “Aproximacions”, COAC, Barcelona, 2012; in “Catalan Architecture” at the Institut Français de l´Architecture, Paris 2009; Spanish Pavilion Venice Biennial 2000;HiCat, MACBA (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art) 2001; Eme3, Center for Contemporary Culture Barcelona 2001; Bo01 Parasite – The City of small things (Kobenhavn, Rotterdam, Oslo, London) 1999.

Among his main recognitions, he has been Nominated to the Mies van der Rohe Awards 2015, Nominated to the Iakov Chernikhov Prize 2015, Awarded with the International FAD Award, International Opinion FAD Award and Opinion FAD Award for Interior Design 2014; Finalist at the FAD Awards 2013, Selected for the FAD Awards 2015, 2012, 2010 and 2004, Finalist Arquia-Próxima 2010, awarded FAD Opinion Award 2008, FAD Finalist 2008 and 10th Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Biennial 2009 Finalist; Selected VII Iberoamerican Architecture and Urbanism Biennial 2010, and AJAC Award 2004, among others.