Juan Francisco Parrilla Sánchez, Sevilla 1976
Architect for the University of Seville since 2002. Won his first award in ideas competition as a student for a “Centro de Interpretación Móvil de las Salinas de Chiclana de la Frontera”. During his studies made partnership with some architecture studies doing competitions and managing projects until the 2003, where he moved to Málaga for taking part in the office of Jose Seguí Arquitectos. During this period the office was projecting the Málaga CF Football Stadium, Municipal theatre of Mijas, Almeria sports hall and the covered pavillon of Antequera, besides various Urbanistic plans like the “Plan de Ordenación del territorio de la Costa del Sol Occidental” or the “Plan General de Ordenación Urbanistica de Antequera”.
The successive step was to found an office in his hometown. During this time cooperate for the drafting of the Bike Plan for Málaga, and did some renovation works and new buildings in schools like San Estanislao de Kostka or Gamarra in Málaga. Also was member of the technical supervision and research team for the 28 educational center in Andalucia of the Sagrada Familia Professionals Schools, SAFA, and projected the stained glass windows of the Jesuits residence chapel in Puerto de Santa Maria. During these years gained some awards in various ideas competition like the mention for the project presented for the Santa Barbara land management in Cadíz, included in the Archive of Contemporary and Modern Architecture of Cadíz (AAMCC) by the architect council of Cadíz, second prize for the consistorial houses in Ecija, or the first prize TRANSITE 2006 for a temporary installation in the historical center of Cadíz.
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 the M’alaga 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.