Eugenia Lopez Reus: Memory in Context

Memory in the Context: the Poetics of Ernesto Nathan Rogers

Eugenia López Reus investigates the relationship between modern and contemporary architecture within the urban context, landscape, and public space. She has taught at several European universities including IE University, University of Alcalá, University of Navarra – all in Spain, and Politecnico di Milano in Italy. She has been a visiting lecturer and guest critic at Bauhaus University, University of Pavia, and the Boston Architectural College. She has won two Italian awards, one from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy and one from the Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio.

Her critical articles and essays have appeared in several publications including Rassegna di Architettura e Urbanistica, Arquitectura COAM, Arquitectura Viva, Anuario UISEK, and El Norte de Castilla. In 2002 she published the book Ernesto Rogers y la Arquitectura de la Continuità (Eunsa), a critical reconstruction of Ernesto Rogers’s writings and designs with Rogers’ architectural firm BBPR. She started a professional design practice with Miguel Jaime Garcia in 1990. She is currently professor of architectural design at IE School of Architecture. She received a doctorate in architectural design from the Barcelona School of Architecture.