Jose Morales and Juan González Mariscal founded the architectural firm in 1987. In 1998 Sara de Giles Dubois joined the studio as a new partner. In 2004 the firm was consolidated under the name of Morales de Giles Arquitectos SL.
The teaching of the components of the team has developed a strong interest in the typological and formal investigation, and in a constant exploration of new scenarios of the present architecture.
The work of Morales de Giles Architects has been developed mainly based on important awards in conceptual competitions, both public and restricted. The competitions have enabled them to be gained by consolidating built a work that reflects a strong public interest in architecture, both in equipment and in housing. The projects have been developed looking for quality solutions at every stage, a strong coherence among all aspects of the project and a particular attention to the detail obtained through the absolute control of materials and technological solutions.
The work of Morales de Giles Architects reflects a careful study on its entire development process, both in the technical projects and in the execution of the works; recognised by various public and private institutions which highlighted the quality of these works thorough numerous national and international awards.
Their work has been also exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennial, in 2000, 2002 and 2006; in the exhibition ON-SITE: New Architecture in Spain at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA); and in Spanish architecture biennial in 1997, 1999, 2001, 2007 and 2009. In addition, they won the 1st Award FAD to Research and Review on first call in 2006.
Finally, they have led workshops at the following universities: Venice Architecture Institute, TU Berlin, the University of Texas, School of Architecture in Montevideo, London Metropolitan School of the Catholic University of Santiago de Chile, Universidad de Navarra, Catalonia International University, Bochum University of Applied Sciences and at the Madrid Technical University.
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