Juan Pablo Rodríguez Frade
JUAN PABLO RODRIGUEZ FRADE graduated as an architect in 1983 and established the company FRADE ARQUITECTOS S.L. in 2005.
In 1995 he won the National Award for Restoration and Conservation of Cultural Interest for his Renovation of the Palace of Charles the Fifth as the Museum of the Alhambra.
The studio has carried out the following projects:
+ National Archaeological Museum. Public Tender. Madrid Architects Association Award, 2014
+ Madrid History Museum, 2014
+ Renovation of the Museum of Arte Abstracto Español de Cuenca, 2016
+ San Telmo Museum in San Sebastián. Museography. Special Mention at the European Museum of the Year Awards, 2013
+ National Museum of Ciencia y Tecnología in Coruña. “The Big Ones Hall.” Museography
+ Museum of San Millán de la Cogolla Monastery in Yuso, La Rioja
+ Museum of Madinat Al-Zahra in Córdoba. Museography. European Museum of the Year 2012
+ Museum of Cristino de Vera in Tenerife
+ Real Maestranza de Ronda Royal Harness Collection of the House of Orleans, Málaga
+ Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid
+ Sefardí Museum in Toledo
+ Museum of Segovia
+ Museum of the Alhambra, Granada. National Prize 1995
Currently working on the museography of the Museum of Málaga and the hall for the Contemporary Art Collection of BBVA at their new headquarters in Madrid (La Vela).
The studio will soon start working on the refurbishment of the Museum of the Real Colegiata de San Isidoro de León, the new Museum of the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda, the Olympic Channel Services Museum and the museographic project of the permanent room of “Prehistoric Societies” at the Prehistory Museum of Valencia.
Frade Arquitectos has also won the Public Contest for the design of the Spanish Pavillion at the 2017 World’s Fair in Astana, Kazakhstan.