Photo: Joep van Aert
I am a Spanish-Mexican researcher and educator with a background in design practice. My work examines the design and socio-spatial implications of the past, present and future of work.

I am currently an assistant professor of urban design, with tenure, at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of TU Delft. Prior to that, I was Harvard’s Druker Fellow; emerging curator at the Canadian Centre for Architecture; coordinator of the Jaap Bakema Study Centre; co-principal researcher of ‘Automated Landscapes’ at Het Nieuwe Instituut; fellow at the Akademie Schloss Solitude; and postdoctoral researcher at Delft University of Technology. I am the co-editor of Automated Landscapes (Nieuwe Instituut, 2023), Roadside Picnics: Encounters with the Uncanny (2o22), Habitat: Ecology Thinking in Architecture (NAI010, 2020), and Extreme Urbanism 1 and 2 (Harvard GSD 2011, 2012). I publish essays regularly for periodicals and books, among others in Harvard Design Magazine, Work Body Leisure (Hatje Cantz, 2018), e-flux Architecture, Volume, and Domus. My research on automation with Het Nieuwe Instituut was exhibited at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.

I hold the degree of Architect from the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM, 2006), a Master of Architecture in Urban Design, with distinction, from the Harvard University (2011), and a Ph.D. cum laude in Architecture from UPM (2016).

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