Early career

I graduated at the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) in 2010, after attending schools such as the University of Hong Kong, the Vastu-Silpa Foundation in Ahmedabad, the Institute of European Studies of Macau and the University of São Paulo. In 2008, I received the Spanish-Chinese Cooperation Program Scholarship by David Del Val Foundation, followed by the EMECW Grant by the European Commission in 2010. During that time I part-timed at renown offices such as Gazapo&Lapayese in Madrid, Menis Arquitectos in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and ATeliers ARchiTecture in Macau. These gave me the chance to take a small part in many singular projects: Pradoviejo Public Housing in Logroño and the Park of Gavia in Madrid, by Pritzker prize Toyo Ito; the Museum of Sacred Art and Plaza de España in Tenerife island by Fernando Menis and the design of the exhibition for the 25th Anniversary of the Madrid Housing Authority in Plaza de Colón, Madrid, by Gazapo & Lapayese, among many others projects.

Life in Thailand

Between 2014 and 2022 I lectured at the universities of Chulalongkorn, Thammasat and Stamford in Bangkok. In 2018 I was awarded a Seed Grant by Design Trust Hong Kong Foundation and I wrote my doctoral Thesis about informal architecture in Southeast Asia at UPM with the support of the National Research Council of Thailand.