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2003-2011: Architect by the Polytechnic University of Madrid. October 2011. 2012: Postgraduate course on Energy Efficiency in Buildings . Juan Carlos I University, Madrid. (Studying on line) 2006-2007: Erasmus grant at

, Italia. Specialization in Architecture Designing. 2002-2003: ASSIST International Scholarship for European Students, USA

. Postgraduate bachelor year, graduated Magna Cum Laude at WESTMINSTER SCHOOL, Connecticut, USA. 2002: Bachelor's degree (Colegio Estudio, Madrid). University entrance examination average: 9,1 / 10.

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2012: Freelance on Computer Generated Images. Collaboraton with ArteFinal Interior Design. Madrid. 2009/10: Freelance_ Base design for interior rehabilitation. Retail space and housing. Madrid.

Driving license B. Europe. Flexibility to travel or moving residence, in or outside the European Community.

Columbia Univerity, NY, is going through a growth period, both on its campus and services, due to the increasing numbers of students who apply for its programs every year. It is necessary to respond with a multifunctional building that covers these new demands, and also helps to integrate the campus life into the surrounding neighbourhood, Harlem, which has been historically aside from the cultural and economic growth from Columbia's campus by the rough cliffs of Morningside Park. The building rests on an old site, previously used as a school, but nowadays deserted. On that site, it helps link both Harlem and Morningside levels, by providing new connections through its base public floors, where the public Civic Center is located. Above the public function, we find the Student Dorm, organized around the tower inner space. Everything on the tower life moves around this space, providing visual perspectives over the the surrounding landscape and over its own footbridges.

San Lorenzo Neighbourhood is heart and sould of the culture and intellectual lifestyle in Rome. Streets teeming with people on its narrow streets as the inprints of history surround them, with its roman walls, buildings in ruins from the Great War, or the train rails and highways crossing the sky of the southrn piazza. This mixture lends great cultural dynamism and its a calling for the roman youth. We propose the restoration of one of the neglected sites to make it into an small architecture School. The program of this new building fits and reinforces the character od the neighbourhood. To get the most out of the intervention the passers-by and neighbours.