Types of activities



In this new stage the EDUARDO TORROJA Foundation has more number of activities which have been designed to further its purposes.


Standing activities


The foundation’s standing activities have been designed to guaranty the Foundation´s continuity and they include: 


a) the yearly award of two prizes for end of course assignments, one in civil engineering and the other in architecture, submitted at one of Spain’s polytechnic universities. The prizes are convened with a different polytechnic university every


b) Eduardo Torroja Lectures on innovations gradually introduced in avant-garde international architecture and engineering. Scheduled to begin in November 2012.

Specific activities


This heading covers all the activities that the foundation deems feasible and of interest to further its aims.

Such activities include: the research, the publication of books and the organisation of conferences, seminars, round tables, congresses and exhibitions, both on its own and in conjunction with other national and international institutions that share the foundation’s interests and objectives.



 Nowadays a Research Proyect I+D+i has been realiced. It is base don the analysis of the “International Competition on Housing Industrialization“  which was organized by Eduardo Torroja in the year 1949.



Pepa Cassinello




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