Barozzi Veiga: Recent Work
Cornell in Rome Spring 2015 Lecture Series
Barozzi Veiga is an architectural practice in Barcelona Spain founded in 2004 by Fabrizio Barozzi (Trento, Italy, 1976) and Alberto Veiga (Santiago, Spain, 1973). It is devoted to architecture, urbanism, and interior design, where architectural investigation plays a primary role. The practice has been recognized internationally through numerous publications, competitions, and awards that include the Barbara Capocchin Award (2011), the Gold Medal of the Italian Architecture (2012), the Young Talent of Italian Architecture Award (2013), and most recently in Architectural Record's 2014 issue of Design Vanguard. Their Mieczysław Karłowicz Philharmonic Hall in Szczecin, Poland that opened in 2014 has received wide acclaim for its unique response to a traditional architecture located within an industrial context, becoming a symbol of the area's transforming landscape.
Barozzi was born in Rovereto, Italy in 1976. He currently lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. In 2003 he graduated with honors as an architect from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia and in 1999 he completed his academic studies in the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla. He has taught at numerous universities throughout Spain and Italy and is currently an associate professor of Architectural Design at the University of Girona.