Adrian Labaut is a Cuban Architect. Doctoral candidate at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain. He holds a Bachelor and a Master's Degree in Architecture with honours from the Politecnico di Milano. Adrian has collaborated with architectural offices in Italy and Spain and his work has been exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Milan Design Week, the Milan Fashion Week, and elsewhere. Adrian is director of alabauth, a multidisciplinary studio working across experimental architecture, aesthetics, politics, philosophy and communication. His research focuses on the relationships of form and meaning through the lens of visual research.
2008_12: Facultad de Arquitectura de la Habana, CUJAE.
2012 _16: Laurea Triennale in Architettura, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italia.
2016 _18: Laurea Magistrale con Lode in Architettura, Politecnico di Milano.
2018: Doctoral Candidate, Architecture, UPM, ETSAM, Madrid, Spain.
2012: Architect at Degli Esposti Architetti, Milano, Italia.
2014: Architect at Degli Esposti Architetti, Milano, Italia.
2015: Architect at FuzzAtelier, Milano, Italia.
2016: Architect at WS/DW Architetti, Milano, Italia.
2018: Architect at Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra, Sevilla, España.
2019: Architect at Lingua & Svendsen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
2020: Architect at Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra, Sevilla, España.
2021: Jury, International Architecture Competition, The Challenge Latinoamérica.
2022: Jury, International Architecture Competition, Terraviva: The Cuban Square.
2023: Magyar Építőművészek Szövetsége, recommendation, Budapest, Hungary.
2023: Curator Exhibition "Cuban Architectures: the Third Space", at the Galeria Centralis, Budapest, Hungary.
2014: MIArch, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italia.
2015: Design Week, Phantoms, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italia.
2015: Design Week, Atmospheres, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italia.
2016: Milan Fashion Week, 30under30, Tulpemnamie Gallery, Milano.
2016: Re-Drawing the Theory, Villa Merta Masolo, Milano, Italia.
2017: Contre-Jour, Dedar Flagship Showroom, Milano, Italia.
2017: De Rerum Natura, Galería LARVA, Guadalajara, Mexico.
2018: Venice Architecture Biennale, Unfolding Pavilion, Venezia, Italia.
2021: ART the Hague, Den Haag, Netherlands.
2022: Moon Gallery, selected among 64 art pieces sent to the ISS.
Nov.2014 / Jan.2015: Architecture Competition with Degli Esposti Architetti: School in Pestalozzistrasse, Berna. Architect Intern.
Nov.2014 / Jan.2015: Architecture Competition with Degli Esposti Architetti: School in Wiesloch, Germany. Architect Intern.
Nov.2014 / Jan.2015: Architecture Competition with Degli Esposti Architetti: Arts Center in Rome, Italy.
2015: Honor Award in the competition: “Inside” of Morpholio with the project: “Unlimited”.
March 2016: Architecture Competition, Renovation of the Canale Grande, “Amarcord”.
April 2016: Project winner of the competition 30under30, and collective exposition in the Tulpenmanie Gallery during the “Salone del Mobile, Milano 2016”.
2016: Honor award, CTBUH Competition, "Mantova Performing Arts Center", Shenzhen, China.
2017: Concorso internazionale di idee per una proposta di riqualificazione architettonica e paesaggistica della cimiero in cemento armato, Parco del Mincio, Mantua, Italia.
2018: Concorso “Un’idea, una città”, Comune di San Giovanni Valdarno, Arezzo, Italia.
2018: Finalist, International design competition: National Memorial to the Heavenly Hundred Heroes and revolution of dignity Museum, “Maidan Dignity museum’.
2019: Finalist, "Sprouting Minds" Competition. Redesigning Isola Pepe Verde’s garden in Milano, Italia.
2019: By & Havn open competition for the design of facades, edge zones and lighting for an upcoming parking garage at Trælastholmen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
2020: Terraviva competition, "NON-SIGNSITE”, La Habana, Cuba.
2020: Future architecture competition, “The secret life of a public square”, Madrid, España.
2022: Architecture competition, “Commemoration Square in Sarajevo”.
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