Mitma awards Emilio Tuñón the 2022 National Architecture Prize



The architect Emilio Tuñón, speaker at MArch and author of works such as the Royal Collections building in Madrid, the Helga de Alvear museum in Cáceres or the MUSAC in León, has recently been awarded the National Architecture Prize, a recognition that is adds to a long list of awards such as the Medal of Merit for Fine Arts, the FAD awards, the Mies van der Rohe award or the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) International Fellowship, among others.

The candidacy of the architect, presented by the Superior Council of Colleges of Architects of Spain, has been chosen by the Jury at the meeting held on Monday, November 7. Subsequently, the Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Raquel Sánchez, has been informed, who has given the news to the winner, after which the prize will be awarded by Ministerial Order.

The National Prize for Architecture, endowed with 60,000 euros, is promoted by the Ministry, which awards the award at the proposal of a jury made up of outstanding professionals, under the honorary presidency of Raquel Sánchez.


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