Andrés Perea Ortega, Móvil Habitable, 1969 Courtesy Andrés Perea Ortega.
Born in Bogotá in 1940, Andrés Perea studied at the Higher Technical School of Architecture in Madrid where he was graduated in 1965, before teaching there from 1967 to 2009. He worked as a teacher in many universities in Spain and abroad (Pavia, Barcelona, Rome, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Seoul) before joining the European University of Madrid where he is currently teaching.
The Parish Center of Tres Cantos (Madrid), the Public Library Rafael Alberti (Madrid), the administrative building of the Junta de Andalucía (Almería) or the airport of La Palma (with R. Torrelo) are among his most significant works. Winner of several national and international competitions, Andrés Perea has also carried out several urban development projects in Santiago de Compostela, as well as the project of the new hospital of Cáceres (with L.G. Sterling) and that of the new Spanish embassy in Rabat.