Jesús Hernández is a Spanish architect, urban planner and landscape architect. Since 2000, he is registered as architect at the Dutch SBA and since 2009 he is member of the Spanish Association of Landscape Architects (AEP). In 2001 he established in Rotterdam with Helena Casanova the office Casanova+Hernandez architects, urban planners and landscape architects.
The office has been awarded in different international competitions, such as the Marubi National Photo Museum in Albania, the Ceramic Museum in Jinzhou, China, the master plan for Lichterfelde Süd in Berlin, the Cooltower in Rotterdam, Europan 6 in Groningen and Europan 7 in the Hague.
He has been visiting lecturer and critic since 2002 at different Schools of Architecture such as TU Delft, Chalmers School of Architecture in Goteborg, Artesis in Antwerp, MaHKU in Utrecht and the AvB of Rotterdam, Anrhem and Amsterdam.
He has been guest professor in educational institutions such as the Berlage Institute in the Netherlands, the School of Architecture at the Shenzhen University and the Lebanese American University.
He has collaborated with articles and essays in several international magazines and publications, and is author together with Helena Casanova of several books such as ‘Scale and Perception’ (2013, Wasmuth Publishers, Berlin) and ‘Public Space Acupuncture’ (2014, Actar Publishers, New York).
His work has been widely spread throughout Europe, US, South America, Australia and Asia through lectures, exhibitions, debates and publications.