Fernando Pérez del Pulgar Mancebo, Málaga 1976


Architect by Seville Architecture School since 2001, ends his studies when he was working in Navarra for company “Ferrovial Agroman” company. After the graduation, starts a collaboration with one of the most important offices of Malaga, José Segui Arquitectos, where he coordinates not only the design part but also the construction management of Málaga CF Football Stadium, Muncipal Theatre of Mijas, Almería Sports Hall and the covered pavillon of Antequera, some of it with more than 15.000 s.q.m surface, going over 40 million EUR of works.

In parallel, he starts his experience as a professor in the Seville Architecture School until 2005, when Málaga’s Architecture School was inaugurated, where he moved to teach project and so getting over 10 years teaching experience.

He had been professor in different European universities and besides took part of the ETSA Málaga administration and coordinates the architectonical project area for 4 years.

Also was in the Neutra’s writing team, architecture magazine of Seville COA, during which he won the “Premio Málaga de Arquitectura a la divulgación”. Later he achieved researches in top levels national university like ETSA by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and international like Die Kunst University of Berlin or the Stanford University of California in the USA or in an international research centre like the CCA of Montreal in Canada, where terminate his doctoral thesis.

In 2008 founded 969 arquitectos and since then he gets over by 11 national and international awards in ideas competitions, including the “Premio J5” for young architects by the Junta de Andalucia, Europan award by the European Commission, Project winner for the New Creator’s residence in Málaga, Project winner for an Eco-College in Amendralejo, Project winner for a rental housing launched by the Municipal Housing Institute of Málaga and project winner for the research center “Laser 4” for Málaga University, both already built. His architecture had been included in national and international exposition like ones celebrated in Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid or in Évora University in Portugal.