Guillem Aloy

guillem.aloy@upc.edu


Architect, Scholar ⌂ Based in Mallorca Frequently in Barcelona, sometimes Brussels. [Full CV: futur.upc.edu]


PRESENT
Trainee research staff in Theory and History of Architecture at ETSAB Barcelona School of Architecture. ● PhD candidate with the ongoing project: Theatre Architecture’s Atlas in Mallorca. Territory, Architecture and Performance Space; that has been recognised with the City of Palma’s Research Award 2017 and the Institut d’Estudis Catalans’ Fellowship 2018. ● Member of the University Research Group: Observatory of Scenic Spaces and the European Project CANON. ● Collaborate at A2RC Architects.

FUTURE
I’m preparing a critical survey on “Erró’s House” in Formentera by the architect Henri Quillé; I will be Member of the Examination Committee of the Final Thesis at ENSA Paris-Malaquais on September 2020; I will participate in the 27th German-Catalan Conference. Culture in Transition on the 18 September 2020 at the Technische Universität Chemnitz; and I’m co-editing a monograph for Pygmalion’s UPM Journal: Architecture and Theatre, in 2021.

RECENT
Lecturer with Antoni Ramon and Guillermo López at ETSAB Barcelona School of Architecture with the elective subject: Introduction to Scenography, 2020 Spring Semester. ● Visiting Lecturer at the Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin along the 2019 Fall Semester. ● Visiting Lecturer at ENSA Paris-Malaquais for the 2019 Spring Semester and Member of the Examination Committee of the Final Thesis. ● Co-director of the Architecture’s Summer School 2019: Henri Quillé, when attitudes become architecture. ● Part of the round table organised by CIJIET in Valencia, October 2019. ● Released Articles: Drawing a Theatre Atlas of Spain in the EGA Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónicas quarterly journal, july 2020; Approaches to the Art Space from the Theatre, edited by Es Baluard at the beginning of 2019; Theatre and Architecture in Palma and a conversation with Helgard Haug of Rimini Protokoll in the Journal Estudis Escènics from the Institut del Teatre at the end of 2019. 


August 2020