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Francisco Mangado lectures at Ryerson University

January 14, 2011
by Canadian Architect

Spanish architect Francisco Mangado of Navarra, Spain, will be delivering a free public lecture at Ryerson University on Thursday, January 20, 2011. Notable among Mangado’s works are the Cultural Centre and Church in Thiene (Italy), the Auditorium and Congress Centre of Pamplona, the Place Pey Berland in Bordeaux, the Municipal Exhibition and Congress Centre of Ávila, the Archaeology Museum of Vitoria, the Football Stadium of Palencia, and the Spanish Pavilion at the 2008 International Exposition in Zaragoza. 

For this work Mangado has received multiple awards, both in his country and abroad. He has been a Guest Professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, as well as Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor at Yale’s School of Architecture. The lecture will commence at 6:30pm, and will take place at Ryerson’s Department of Architectural Science, located at 325 Church Street in Toronto.

archaeology museum of vitoria
archaeology museum of vitoria

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