Dr. Raquel Jaureguízar
Raquel Jaureguízar was born in 1986 in Madrid and studied Architecture and Urban Planning at the Technical University of Madrid and Leibnitz University Hanover. In 2017, she completed her doctorate at the University of Stuttgart’s Institute of Architectural History (ifag). She has gained her professional experience at a number of international firms, including in Madrid, Paris, Hanover and Stuttgart, with a focus on residential construction and public buildings. Her passion is the Weissenhof Estate, where she has been giving guided tours since 2013. She is also a member of Verein Freunde der Weissenhofsiedlung as well as of Deutscher Werkbund Baden-Württemberg.
She has been a Project Manager at IBA’27 since the autumn of 2018. Her specialist topics are the legacy of Modernism and the productive city.
Raquel and IBA’27
»I am certain that the conscientious, sensitive, sustainable and socially responsible objective of this IBA can help to improve urban life for people in the Stuttgart Region. In doing so, it will create important synergies in an international context. With its role as a catalyst and knowledge-sharing exercise, IBA is a wonderful opportunity and the perfect tool for experimenting in a positive and collaborative way, for learning and for transforming our environment.«