Fernando Tabuenca and Luben Dimcheff: The Making of Practice

Photo of St. George's Church

St. George’s Church, Pamplona, Spain. photo / J. M. Cutillas

On the Steps Event Series

Finding a job or internship is one thing, building your practice is another.

Come learn the difference and hear how it's done as Luben Dimcheff, Richard Meier Assistant Professor of Architecture, speaks with Fernando Tabuenca, cofounder of Tabuenca & Leache, Arquitectos.

Tabuenca & Leache, Arquitectos was established in Pamplona, Spain, more than 25 years ago. They have received many awards and recognitions in Spain and abroad for their built work, developed mostly from winning public competitions. Their projects have been published in international magazines including El Croquis, A&V, Arquitectura Viva, Casabella, Detail, Architekture Aktuell, AIT, Octogon, A+U, and many others. Two significant built projects are the Saint George's Parish Church and the renovation of the Constable's House, both in Pamplona.

Tabuenca graduated from the Universidad de Navarra. He worked at the office of Rafael Moneo in Madrid and subsequently obtained his doctor of philosophy from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He has taught architectural design in Pamplona, Madrid, Buenos Aires, and Zaragoza.

Part of the AAP Connect Professional Development Series.

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