Lorenzo Fernandez-Ordonez

Lorenzo Fernandez-Ordonez (Madrid, 1964) – architect and teacher of Higher School of Art and Architecture of the European University (Madrid).

The most prominent of his projects:

University campus El-Berso (Ponferrada), which has won the COAL prize 2004, and has been selected to take part in IV European Biennale of Landscape;
development of special plan of Rivera-de-Gata (the project was representing Spain on the Third International contest of UN “Best examples of city-building 1999-2000″);
expansion of the cemetery in Moraleja (Caseres), selected in 2005 for participation in VIII Biennale of Spanish architecture, as well as for IV European Biennale of Landscape (2006).

Took part in project of Eduardo Chillida “Tindaya Mountain”, presently is director of the project. Apart from this, he took part in development of walking roads in front of Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.

Since 2000 is director of his own studio which has created such projects as Center of documentation of Spanish poetry of XX within Gerardo Diego Foundation (Santander), La Rambla park (Kartagena, 1999) (project was granted special prize of National contest), Bioclimatic office building for Regional energetic company at Castilla y Leon (in 1998 the project has received the first prize of National contest), university building in Ponferrada campus, also granted first prize of National contest (1999).

Tower by Lorenzo Fernandez-Ordonez for Art-Ovrag 2012: