Architect at Aq4 Arquitectura and Llindar Arquitectura. Co-director of the Arquitectos de Capçalera project since 2013. Associate Professor of the Department of Architectural Projects ETSAB-UPC since 1998. Professor of Master UPC 2003-2012, Tribunal de PFG, attached to Directorate of the ETSAB UPC 2014-2016 and PhD Supervisor in the Royal College of Art London since 2019.
PhD, architect and urban planner. Associate Professor of the Department of Urban Planning at ETSAB. Professor at the Arquitectos de Capçalera. Expert in architecture, urban planning and gender. Her latest book is "Women, Houses and Cities". Founder of the Col·lectiu Punt 6 and member of "one day an architect". Urban Planning Director in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (2015-2019).
Zaida Muxí Martínez
Studied architecture in ETSAB Barcelona, AAM Mendrisio and the AA. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art in London researching the role of architects in urban transformation framed by social movements and collective practices, and tutor at the MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design “Projective Cities” at the Architectural Association.
Architect. Associate professor at the ETSAB UPC. Professor Housing and Cooperation course and Low cost technologies for cooperation course, Architecture and Collective Action - AC Thematic seminar. Partner of the architecture firm www.bharquitectura.com. President of the Barcelona Demarcation of the College of Architects of Catalonia, since June 2018.
Sandra Bestraten Castells
Architect and co-director of studio Taller Temàtic Arquitectos de Cabecera in ETSAB. He has curated cultural projects on housing such as “Barraca-Barcelona” in 2003, and Piso Piloto in 2015. His professional work has been recognized widely, including three FAD and three City of Barcelona awards. Director of Barcelona Regional.
Josep Bohigas Arnau
Tonet Font Ferrer is an architect and urbanist. He teaches at ETSAB and URL. He is member of Arquitectos de Cabecera. Since 2001 his work has been devoted to social housing, urban regeneration and local development. Former responsible of Barcelona's Neighbourhoods Plan, now in charge of Social Innovation as Deputy Mayor assessor.
Tonet Font i Ferrer
Architect and Director of the PEI International Studies Program. Professor at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana since 1996. Founder and Director of the International Studies Program of the Faculty of Architecture. Recognized with numerous awards, including: Colombian Biennial of Latin Architecture (1992, 2006, 2012), American Architecture Biennial (1994).
Carlos Hernández Correa
Architect, graduated from ETSAB, awarded a scholarship by Exchange Program at Pontificia Universidad Católica Chile. He works in the Projects department of the Barcelona Institute of Culture. Member and collaborator, as Teaching Assistant, in AC Workshops. Project Director and co-founder of the Oasiúba Association.
Architect and photographer graduated in Architecture from ETSAB and student of FADA-UNA in Paraguay. Member of the archaeological mission of the Sorbonne University in Qasr Shemamok - Iraq. Assistant professor at the ETSAB Summer School ’19. Member of the association Arquitectxs de Cabecera.