Elena Agudo is an architect focused on design, urbanism and research. She studied in the Polytechnic School of Architecture (ETSAM) in Madrid (Spain) and Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) in Ahmedabad (India).
Currently she is based in Madrid working as an urban designer at UCM and undertaking independent projects and researchs, investigating issues of traditional spatial typologies (urbanism, public space and housing) from new approaches and perspectives.
Her Final Project Degree, ‘Ashram of the 5 senses: I can't see you, I can't hear you, but I can understand you. Rehabilitation and expansion project of Deaf-Mute School.” has been exhibited, published and awarded by the Official College of Architects of Madrid (COAM) and HNA-ETSAM (FAMA LAB).
She collaborated in “Celebrating Habitat : The Real, The Virtual and The Imaginary” the retrospective exhibition of works by architect Balkrishna Doshi at National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi (India). She has also played as fellow contributor in Madstock with the project “Workbox. Bellastock Madrid 2013” workshop in which more than 100 people from different backgrounds created with recycled materials a new city,where we lived for several days.
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