Adriana Pablos is a Spanish architect with a wide range of action between design, urbanism and research. She studied in the Polytechnic School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) and the Hochschule fur Technik - FHNW in Basel where she also worked for Professor Luca Selva.
Interested in the study of the city and the work of its planning and development, she has worked in architectural solutions and urban approaches that improve the perfectibility and domesticity of the cities of the future for which she has received scholarships such as the Prado Museum "City. Foundation and memory" and has made her a smart city consultant for the TED Institute.
Her final project, which carried out the rehabilitation of tissues in decay and abandonment in Spain, has been exhibited and published internationally, and awarded by the Official College of Architects of Madrid in the category of intervention in heritage. Her concerns have also led her to participate in researching innovative work spaces as a creative consultant for CBRE, the design and development of the Spanish pavilion at the XIV Venice Biennale while she has been developing international projects (United States, Colombia, Switzerland, Germany or Italy).
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