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Ane Gonzalez Lara

  • Assistant Professor

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Education

  • Arquitecto Superior (MArch + BArch) - Universidad de Navarra

Research

  • Building tectonics
  • contemporary Ibero-American architecture
  • space, geometry and materiality through practice

Assistant Professor Gonzalez Lara's Visual Portfolio

Ane Gonzalez Lara is a designer with great experience in practice at a wide range of scales and project types in the US and Europe. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture and Planning at UNM and a partner at BAT-USA, an architecture firm based in Spain.

Ane received her Master of Architecture from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura Universidad de Navarra (ETSAUN). Previous to working at UNM, she was an Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston and worked at SCHAUM SHIEH, assisting on the design of the White Oak Music Hall in Houston. Ane also worked at VG Studio in Houston, at ErenlerBauer in Berlin and at ACXT/IDOM in Spain.

Her research focuses on the tectonics, assembly systems and materiality of contemporary Ibero-American architecture, while also exploring the relationship between space, geometry and materiality through her practice.

 

Graduate

ARCH 601: 2nd year Graduate Core Studio, Fall 2016 and 2017, with Alex Webb

ARCH 634: Systems Integration I, Core Lecture, Fall 2016 and 2017

Undergraduate

ARCH 472: Visualization, Portfolio, 2017


Publications

“Politics, Architecture and a Wall”, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) 106 Annual Conference, The Ethical Imperative, Peer reviewed, Conference proceedings, A. Gonzalez Lara, 2018

“Tectonic Changes in Chilean Architecture” AULA 7 journal, Arquitectura y Urbanismo en Las Americas, A. Gonzalez Lara, 2018

Brick and Concrete Versus Prefabricated Materials in Latin American Architecture, Building Technology Educator’s Society (BTES) Annual conference, peer reviewed, Conference proceedings, A. Gonzalez Lara, 2017

JAE – Pezzo Von Ellrichshausen, review on Spatial Architecture book, 2017

Conferences

“Politics, Architecture and a Wall”, ACSA 106 Annual Meeting, The Ethical Imperative, Denver, Colorado, March 15-17, 2018

“Architectural research on Latin America” UNM LAII, December Lightning Lounge Series, Dec 7, 2017

“Teaching and Practicing in Virtual Platforms”, ACSA 2017 Administrators Conference, Crossing Boundaries, Albuquerque, NM, Nov 2-4, 2017

“Redefining boundaries: #ThisIsNotAWall”, ACSA 2017 Fall conference, Crossings Between the Proximate and Remote, Marfa, TX, October 12-14, 2017

AIA Albuquerque, “Different Perspectives: Exploring Generational Diversity”, June 21 2017

“The Use of Materials in Latin American Architecture, comparing concepts of 1979 Versus Contemporary Architecture’s approach” 2017 Building Technology Educator’s Society Conference, Poetics and Pragmatism – Des Moines, Iowa, June 8-10, 2017.


Grants

UNM SAAP Research Grant, Competitions, $1200

LAII grant for faculty-led study abroad programs, Field trip to Chile, $3,500

2017-2018 Study Abroad Allocations Committee, Program Development Proposal , Field trip to Peru, $2,500

2017-2018 Study Abroad Allocations Committee, Faculty-Led Study Abroad Proposal, Field trip to Peru, $7,000

UNM SAAP Research Grant, Arquine pavilion, $1,200 

UNM SAAP Research Grant, Hornachuelos Part II competition, with Katya Crawford and Kathy Kambic, $1,200

UNM SAAP Research Grant, Europan Competition, $1200

Stanford Libraries Access Grant. Access to Stanford library and two weeks of local access up to $2,500

2016-2017 Study Abroad Allocations Committee, Field trip to Chile, $7,500 

Title VI NRC grant for faculty-led study abroad programs, Field trip to Chile, $7500 2016 CRS Grant, PHI Studio (with Francisco Uviña), $13,000 


 


Albuquerque Business First's 2018 Women of Influence

AIA Albuquerque Design Awards, Unbuilt Category. Stitch Narvik

Selected project, Puesta en Valor de Caño de Hierro, Rethinking Competitions, Hornachuelos, Spain (with Kathy Kambic and Katya Crawford)

First Prize, What’s up Paris, Rethinking Competitions, Paris, France Spain (with Kathy Kambic and Katya Crawford)

AIA Houston Design Award, Renovation/Restoration. 420 E 20th Street (with Schaum/Shieh) 2016 Third Prize, Hornachuelos Downtown Reactivation, Rethinking Competitions, Hornachuelos, Spain (with Kathy Kambic and Katya Crawford)

Winner, Bench for The Woodland’s waterway, Houston (with VG Studio)