Got his PhD in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. In addition to his professional work as an architect, he has been active in the fields of teaching, research and curating, responding to housing, urban and revitalization issues of the existing architectural fabric.
His built work has been the result, for the most part, of first prizes in public competitions with a variety of programs that includes collective and social housing, among others. He was awarded with the Golden Lion in 2016, FAD Award for Architecture in 2012, COAM Award 2012, AIA New York Housing Award 2015, Emerging Architecture Award 2011, Hauser Award 2011 and Design Vanguard 2011, among others.
He has been teaching in Spain and abroad, mostly the United States. Other international activities include the co-curatorship of the Spanish Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale with the exhibition “Unfinished”, awarded the highest award, the Golden Lion for the best national pavilion.