I am a Spanish architect designer, researcher, and educator based in Berlin. For seven years I worked as a project architect at June14 Meyer-Grohbrügge & Chermayeff and Sam Chermayeff Office developing furniture, interiors, and buildings such as the housing building Kurfürstenstraße 142. I have taught at DIA Dessau, ETH Zürich, and TU Berlin, where I currently work as teaching and research staff. Since 2019, I am a doctoral candidate at HCU Hamburg, a participant in the PEP Practice-Based Doctoral Program at TU Berlin, and a member of the CA2RE Community for Artistic and Architectural Research. My design-driven doctoral research HOMES, THINGS & PEOPLE is an investigation into the liminal state of things between the space of the body and the space of the room. It aims to develop an object-based conceptual and methodological design tool for the identification and consolidation of the personal experience of inhabiting to adapt existing dwelling, at a time when there are fewer reasons to build and more to make better use and enjoyment of what we already have.