He holds a degree in architecture from the School of Architecture of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (ETSAM-UPM, 1981). He studied Music and Piano at the Madrid Music Conservatory (1978). He has his own office since 1982 (www.estudioandrada.com). He completed doctoral coursework for the Master of Advanced Projects at ETSAM-UPM (2010/2011) and was cleared to research and write a doctoral thesis. He has received numerous national and international architecture awards and different prizes and acknowledgements for his work as an architect. He recently won the tender for the new Parador de Turismo in Castillo de Dalt Vila (Ibiza), a declared World Heritage Site, which is currently underway. He has won the First Prize in the Richard H. Driehaus 2020 Architecture Competition and has participated in numerous congresses, exhibitions and publications.
He holds a degree in architecture from the School of Architecture of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (1985). He has had his own professional office since 1986 (www.alenycalche.es\arquitectura). Between 1988 and 1996, he worked in the south of Spain on numerous residential projects, mainly single-family homes. In 1996 he returned to Madrid, collaborating with other offices, including Rafael de la Hoz. Since 2008 he has attended several theoretical and practical courses on sustainable construction techniques and energy efficiency. He developed the Bala-Box construction system, which consists of prefabricated blocks made of wood and plant fibres, and he has specialised in finishings made of natural materials. He has written for specialised publications and lectured at conferences and trade fairs on topics related to bioconstruction. He has won the First Prize in the Richard H. Driehaus 2020 Architecture Competition, along with Ramón Andrada, for his proposal for Guadix. He currently works from his office in the mountains outside Madrid, developing multiple projects aimed at creating healthy and efficient homes.