I was born in Madrid in 1982. I have been an Architect since 2008 (Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid) and gained my PhD in 2015 (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) after completing my thesis "Permanence in the architecture of James Stirling" (Cum Laude Distinction).
I have been a First Year studio tutor at Kingston School of Art since 2015. In addition, I have taught in The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design of London Metropolitan University (2016-2017), in the Department of Architecture of Cambridge University (2014-2015) and in the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (2008-2009).
In 2017 I established my own architectural practice, PLANTEA, in Madrid along with Luis Gil and Lorenzo Gil. Previously, I collaborated with several architectural practices in Madrid, Paris and London, including Duggan Morris Architects (2011-2016) and Frechilla López-Peláez Arquitectos (2006-2009) in Madrid.