Más de 300 arquitectos y urbanistas de renombre se reúnen en Bilbao a partir de mañana en el BIA Urban Regeneration Forum

The BIA platform (Bilbao Bizkaia Architecture), dedicated to stimulating architecture and urban planning in the province of Bizkaia, will gather together over 300 architects, urban planners and engineers who, under the ‘Towards Living Cities’ slogan, will discuss the challenges facing the cities of the future. The forum will get underway with a day dedicated to Mexico and end with Norman Foster receiving the I BIA Award on Friday 26th. Read more

El cementerio de Bilbao se abre paso entre los primeros puestos del I Concurso Nacional de Cementerios

The monumental and architectural wealth distinguish Derio Cemetery, and this time, this fact has taken it to a place among the top of the I Spanish cemeteries Contest. Read more

La arquitectura del siglo XXI de Bizkaia se posa en cinco estaciones de metro en Bilbao

The exhibition, entitled “Dialogues: Biscay Architecture of the XXI Century”, aims to portray the landscape of architecture created in the province of Biscay by professionals and local businesses during the early years of this century. Read more

BIA muestra 7 siglos de evolución histórica de Bilbao con una serie de visitas guiadas de la mano de arquitectos vizcaínos

The tours will be in Spanish, Basque, English, French and German, from 7.00 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.It will cost five euros to sign up for a tour and they can be booked at the offices of the COAVN Bizkaia delegation or through the www.biaforum.org website starting 2 September. Read more

BIA LLENA BILBAO EN SEPTIEMBRE DE ACTIVIDADES CULTURALES PARA TODOS LOS PÚBLICOS CON LA ARQUITECTURA COMO EJE PRINCIPAL

Between 4 and 28 September, exhibitions, films, contests, children’s workshops and guided tours will be organised as part of the first BIA Urban Regeneration Forum, the platform dedicated to revitalising architecture and urban development in Bizkaia. The cultural programme gets underway on Thursday 4 with the opening of the first of the three planned exhibitions, which features the work of Imanol Ordorika Bengoechea, the architect from Lekeitio who fled to Mexico after the Spanish Civil War. Read more