Gonzalo Moure Lorenzo (Tuy, 1958)
is a licensed architect by the Architecture School of Madrid (ETSAM), where he has been a Professor at the Architectural Design Department since 1991.
He has been working as an architect since 1986, having participated and won several architectural competitions of national and international scope.
His work has been distinguished with architectural prizes and selected to be included as part of the Contemporary Architecture Archive; he has participated in different displays and exhibitions of Spanish architecture and taken part in the exhibitions at the Spanish Pavillion of the IX Biennale di Architettura di Venezia (2004).
He has been visiting professor, participated in courses, seminars and conferences at several Spanish and European universities; he’s been a lecturer at the Architectural Heritage Convention in Mérida and in the XII International Convention for architectural intervention on Historic and Artistic Heritage, organized by the Colegio de Arquitectos de La Rioja; his work has been included in national and international publications.