APLA Welcomes Carlos Jiménez to Fall Lecture Series
“Carlos Jiménez is the Principal and Lead Designer at Carlos Jiménez Studio. Carlos Jiménez Studio is an award winning, internationally recognized firm founded in 1983 and is based in Houston, Texas.
Principal built works by Carlos Jiménez Studio include Houston Fine Art Press, Lynn Goode Gallery, Central Administration/Junior School Building for the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Spencer Studio Art Building at Williams College Massachusetts, Cummins Engine Child Development Center in Columbus Indiana, Peeler Art Center at DePauw University, Indiana, Irwin Mortgage Corporate Headquarters, Indiana, Library Service Center and Data Center at Rice University, Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Evry Urban Housing, Evry France, and Benopia Civic Center in Gandia, Spain.”
Jiménez is a frequent lecturer, critic and jury member at national and international architecture events. He was a jury member of the Pritzker Architecture Prize from 2001 through 2011.
Jiménez has received numerous awards for excellence in design and teaching from Architectural Record, the American Institute of Architects, Rice University, Design Intelligence, the Chicago Athenaeum, Architecture, Progressive Architecture and the Architectural League of New York among others. The work has been published in numerous architectural journals, dedicated monographs and authored books such as “Carlos Jiménez” (Barcelona), “Carlos Jiménez Buildings” (New York), “Carlos Jiménez House and Studio” (Cambridge), and “Crowley”(Singapore).