Carlos Estévez García, M Arch (ETSAM), ARB

His training as an architect has been a combination of research and practice.

He is graduated with an Honours degree in the five-year Architecture Degree programme at the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM), where he presented his Final Degree Project, for which he was qualified with Honours (9 out of 10)

He is graduated in the one-year Master programme in Advanced Architectural Design (MPAA) also at the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM), where he presented his Final Master Thesis titled “Small Atlas of Interferences”.

His professional experience includes a wide range of projects and international competitions. He worked for more than two years for the COLL-BARREU ARQUITECTOS office. He collaborated as a Junior project Architect developing the execution project of a “Mixed-use Cultural Building” in Spain. He developed the proposals of several international and national competitions among which stand out the “Atlanta History Museum”, the “Sports Centre and Technology Museum” and two residential master-plan in Lorca, in Spain. He also coordinated, as a Press Manager, the publication of the office work´s monographic.

His teaching experience includes a one year mentorship at the J. Frechilla Teaching Unit developing the course program of design’s course and coordinating the critic collective sessions, exhibitions, and designing the T.U. flyers. The 23th of may of 2012 he taught his first lecture: “The Prince who wanted to be a frog” about Cedric Price.

More recently, Carlos has collaborated with the Design Department of the School of Architecture of Madrid developing a new International Master syllabus.

He is a very enthusiastic and hard-working person constantly improving his skills.