is a collaborative architecture practice founded in 2020 by Laura, Pablo and Juan, with ongoing projects in Spain, Perú and the US. We build, we teach, we write. We currently hold positions at Montana State University, Syracuse University and Tulane University. If you have something in mind and you would like to share it with us, please reach out:


Nieremberg 11, 2C
28002, Madrid, Spain

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Laura Salazar-Altobelli  (Lima, 1990)
is a Peruvian-American architect, and holds a Master of Architecture from
Princeton University, 2017. She has extensive professional experience, most recently as project architect at Barkow Leibinger, in Berlin.

Salazar has published in Pidgin Magazine, Sustainable Cities and Society, Lunch Journal, and PLAT Journal. Her work has been exhibited at Jewett Gallery when she was a fellow with the Alice C Cole Fund for Sculpture. In addition to practice and academia, Salazar has cofounded and coordinates Let’s Talk, a platform for architectural discourse.

She is currently tea a Visiting Scholar at Montana State University School of architecture, and at Syracuse University School of Architecture .

Pablo Sequero Barrera (Madrid, 1989)
is an architect and designer, graduated with a Master of Architecture from the ETSAM, Technical University of Madrid in 2015.

Sequero has been a collaborator at Rafael Moneo's studio in Madrid, and most recently with Barkow Leibinger in Berlin. In 2014, he received a Banco Santander grant for his collaboration with the office FRPO architecture landscape, where he was part of the team on the IX BIAU exhibition design, in Rosario, Argentina.

He is currently a Visiting Scholar at Montana State University School of architecture, and at Syracuse University School of Architecture, and has taught previously at Cornell AAP.

Juan Medina Revilla (Madrid, 1989)
is a registered architect and a PhD candidate at the Technical University of Madrid. He studied Architecture at the ETSAM and the ENSA Paris-Belleville, obtaining his Master of Architecture in 2015.

He was awarded the ARQUIA grant, which led him to collaborate in Álvaro Siza's practice in Porto. He also practiced in Madrid and Berlin for renowned offices such as Nieto & Sobejano, Sauerbruch & Hutton and Schmitt von Holst.
He has published several research articles, his book The Limit of the Square was exhibited at the 16th Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2018.

He is currently a Visiting Fellow Professor at Tulane University.

We’ve collaborated and continue to work with many colleagues and friends including:

Andrea Bardon de Tena
Jimin Seo
Ivan Salinero
Simon Campuzano
Jahoon Kwon
Pablo Menendez
Inaki Perez Anzola
Hector Termenon
Javi Soto
Reidar Mester
Cristina Sequero
Mario Nistal
Alvaro Sancho
Francesca Zecca