Virginia De Jorge Huertas
Currently Postdoctoral Researcher, Registered Architect, and Designer.
Architect with Honours in 2015 and Ph.D. in Architecture with Summa Cum Laude and “international mention” from
the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura y Geodesia (ETSAG), University of Alcalá, (ETSA-UAH, Madrid, 2019). Awarded with a four-year competitive research contract called “FPU (Formación de Profesorado Universitario”) in 2016, financed by the Minister of Education Culture and Sport (MECD) of the Spanish Government, obtained for professional and academic merits.
Visiting Researcher at the Architectural Association in London and at the Università Iuav di Venezia during 2017-2018 funded with two traveling research-grants of the ‘programa FPU’. “First-prize, Number 1” (2009 - 2015) of Ms.Arch in Architecture with honors in Final Career Project (PFC) and awarded for the most outstanding graduate 2016. Recipient of three research fellowships from the Spanish Ministry of Education for academic record merits (2013 - 2015). Teaching Assistant in Design Architecture Studios at ETSA-UAH from 2016 to 2019, due to passion for experimental didactics and teaching architecture.
Winner of the 3 rd prize Schindler in 2013 and of several prizes for “PFC” in 2015, and in the same year winner of ARQUIA
(“Beca Arquia” Caja de Arquitectos Foundation) award for academic record. Two years later, winner of the First Prize for Europan 14 in “La Bazana” project and shortlisted in Europan 15, among prizes in the intersection of architecture and research. Invited speaker at research national/international meetings. Research and professional work published in several conferences, books, and refereed journals.
My research goals focus on collective housing from a gender-based perspective and "the land question", on the drawing tools as a bridge between actors across disciplines in the Hº and Tº of architecture, (built) environment, and visual arts, and on the reciprocal interaction of the multiplicity of architecture scenarios with its specific ecological and social landscape participation.
Michele Di Maggio is an Architect (Sapienza, Rome) Erasmus at ETSAB, Barcelona, and BIM Manager (CICE, Madrid).
Before approaching the world of architecture, he studies informatics. Today, freelance architect and together with an agronomist friend and with Virginia, they are co-designing a prototype project to transform a local ‘masseria’ from Puglia into a milestone of the new digital farming era.
Alberto Paradiso collaborates with the translations and intersections of English, Italian, Apulo-Barese dialect, Portuguese, Norwegian and Spanish words, lyrics, patterns and meanings.
Rebeca De Jorge Huertas is a Madrid-based Motion Grapher designer.
Collaborations, and collaborators are specifically shown per each project
We firmly believe in critical collaboration, active participation, and interactive dialogue with different actors across disciplines. For that reason, we collaborate with other voices, minds, and mediators at different scales and times, such as researchers, carpenters, linguistics, motion graphers, designers, local experts, agronomists, critics, other research-oriented practices, platforms, inhabitants, engineers, professors, psychologists, economists, among many other actors involved depending on the (virtual, presential, and/or hybrid site-specific) project.