Miguel Ángel Aníbarro
Miguel Ángel Aníbarro holds a PhD in Architecture with an Extraordinary Doctorate Award. He is Professor at the Department of Theory of Architecture. He is the Head of the Doctoral Program on Architectural Heritage. He was Assistant Manager for Academic Planning and Teachers at the ETSAM between 2005 and 2008.
He is co-founder of the GIPC where he leads the research line ‘Historical process of landscapes’. His research projects are focused on Aranjuez Cultural Landscape and its surrounding area ‘El Raso de la Estrella’. He has also lead several international cooperation projects towards the conservation of architectural landscape across Iberoamerica.
His scientific production is focused on the theory and history of gardens, parks and landscape. Among his publications are the books ‘La construcción del jardín clásico: teoría, composición y tipos’ (Akal, 2002) and ‘El Raso de la Estrella en Aranjuez’ (Mairea, 2011). His articles have been published in different magazines such as Journal of Landscape Architecture (JoLA), Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos, Goya, Arquitectura, Cuaderno de notas or Anales de Arquitectura.
He has developed a very intense activity in promoting architectural landscape as a discipline inside the ETSAM. He managed the Specific Program on this subject between 2005 and 2015 and an educational research project linked to this program. He contributes regularly to the Landscape Architecture and Urbanism line in the Master in Advanced Architectural Design, where he was lecturer at the ‘Landscape Discovering’ course.