I graduated as an Architect in Madrid in 2003 and, since then, I have designed, built, edited and programmed. I had the chance to be part of the irish team in the 11th edition of the Venice Biennale of Architecture. Since 2007, I have been lecturer at the School of Architecture University of Limerick. In 2014 I started Fab Lab Limerick in which I am director.

After graduating I worked as a freelancer doing several furniture and graphic design projects during many years. Some of my designs were selected for the Nude’s young designers show of the Valencia Design Week.

Later on, I was part of the Medialab Madrid’s team, one of the first centers for art, science and new technologies re-established in 2007 as Medialab Madrid Prado. I have edited a publication called Archfarm from 2005, which is focusing on thinking and critic, theoretical speech and the latest proposals about architecture and tangential subjects.

I moved to Ireland in 2007 and became part of the committee of the Architectural Association of Ireland. As part of the committee, I organized a series of conferences in collaboration with the Cervantes’ Institute of Dublin. Some of the projects that I performed during my stay in Ireland were awarded by the irish architecture awards in 2009 and 2010. I made the exhibition design of the irish pavilion in 2008 at the 11th edition of the Venice Biennale of Architecture.

Currently I live in Cordoba (Spain) where I have founded Colaborativa and continue giving lectures at the School of Architecture of Limerick in Ireland. I have been invited lecturer at the School of Architecture of Dublin Institute of Technology, at the High School of Architecture of Alicante and also part of the visiting teachers program of the Architectural Association in London.

I am passionate about typography, technology and open culture. I am fascinated by cities and by the complex system that transforms and drives them.