Throughout his forty years of acclaimed experience, Fernando Menis carried out work of various scales and typologies as well as research projects. He has built conference centres, cultural and institutional buildings, schools, sports and leisure infrastructures, houses and collective dwellings, public spaces, botanical gardens and waterfronts, but also innovative acoustic solutions and an ideal city prototype that should use only natural energy. An expert in the design of concert halls and auditoriums, he is world renowned after conceiving a variable acoustic system for the CKK Jordanki Concert and Conference Hall in Poland. Some of his completed works are: the Holy Redeemer Church and Community Centre of Las Chumberas (2021), Tenerife Tank Garden (2021), the CKK Concert and Conference Hall in Poland (2015), the Plaza Bürchen in Switzerland (2015), the Tenerife Athletics Stadium (2007), Magma Art & Congress (2007), Floating Pool on the River Spree of Berlin (2004), headquarters of the Canary Islands Government in Tenerife (1999). Among its ongoing projects are: the future Rodin Tenerife Museum, the Boa Vista Masterplan in Cape Verde, the Pájara Concert and Congress Hall in Fuerteventura, the Rehabilitation of the Teobaldo Power Performative Arts Hall in La Orotava as well as the long-term research projects Hatching, aimed at the study and creation of sustainable habitats in arid environments and Acoustic Frames, which seeks to use and enhance the acoustic qualities of some natural materials or the creation of new materials with certain acoustic qualities. Awarded ten times with the Canary Islands Architecture Prize, Fernando Menis is also the winner of the Prize for the Best Cultural Building in Poland 2015, awarded by the Polish Association of Architects. He won the 2016 CEMEX Universal Accessibility Special Award, the Gold Trophy for Public Building of the 2016 Taipei City International Design Award, the World Architecture Festival Director's Award 2012, the 8th International Award for Stone Architecture 2005 and Prize of the Prize of the 5th Spanish Biennial of Architecture in 1998, among others.