Luis Fernández-Galiano

For this episode of our 'Building the Future' series, we talk to Luis Fernández Galiano, architect, chair professor at Madrid’s school of Architecture (ETSAM) and director of the journals 'AV/Arquitectura Viva'.

In our interview, held at the Norman Foster Foundation, Luis Fernández-Galiano explains his relationship with Norman Foster, how his innovative design has changed the world of architecture, and how they worked together for the Norman Foster Foundation project, located in Madrid.

Luis Fernández-Galiano (1950) is an architect, professor at the School of Architecture of Universidad Politécnica of Madrid and director of the ‘AV/Arquitectura Viva’ magazine. He is also Member of the Real Academia de Doctores de España, Cullinan Professor at the Rice University, and Franke Fellow at Yale University.