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Alejandro Giménez Imirizaldu (Barcelona, 1970) is an architect, professor of Urban Planning and Spatial Planning at the Barcelona School of Architecture, a researcher at the Barcelona Urban Planning Laboratory and a member of .


He has worked with Beth Galí, Manuel de Solà-Morales, Enric Miralles and Manuel Ruisánchez among others until 1998 as his own studio, specialized in architecture, urban planning and urban art projects.


He has given workshops, courses and conferences at the University of Salamanca, Pompeu Fabra University (Elisava), Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá and Oxford Brookes College.


He has directed, designed, curated and / or participated in exhibitions at COAC , Museo Marítimo de Barcelona , Artes Santa Mónica , FAD , MACBA and CCCB - Piso Piloto.


Writes in magazines and newspapers general and translates texts of architecture and urbanism for the publisher Gustavo Gili . He is the creator of the contest Racons Públics - Rincones Públicos - Bilbao Txokoak in its six editions in Barcelona, Bilbao and Castelló.


Activist in the fight against AIDS, treasurer of Stop Sida and founder in 1989 of the Pink Telephone to help the group of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and trans people.

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