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Carlos Quevedo Rojas
PhD in Architecture from the Universities of Seville and IUAV di Venezia, with three Masters on Architecture and Heritage, Restoration and Art History from the Universities of Seville, La Sapienza di Roma and Granada respectively. He has been visiting professor at the universities of Seville, IUAV di Venezia, Olavide, Camerino and Oxford Brookes School of Architecture. He has participated in numerous international conferences and seminars and has published in various scientific-technical journals. His research work has been recognized with the “R. Santos ”and the“ Pablo de Olavide ”Essay Award. He has been awarded a scholarship to carry out various stays at the universities of Venice, Lima, Delft or Paris. He is a researcher and honorary assistant at the University of Seville and collaborates with the National University of Engineering of Peru. He has participated as a jury in several international architecture competitions and awards. In 2019 he was the winner of the 40under40 Awards, organized by the Chicago Athenaeum and The European Center as one of the best young European architects.
Carlos Peinado Madueño
He developed part of his training and work in different architecture and urban planning studios in Seville and Malaga, collaborating in projects of all kinds throughout the Andalusian geography, from housing developments to activity projects, where the award for the construction of 5 social housing should be mentioned in collaboration with PHS Arquitectos, promoted by the Municipal Institute of Housing of Malaga. He was also part of the multidisciplinary group Arquitectura 4.0, carrying out projects for clients such as Iberdrola or Endesa, and international competitions, and has developed a large part of his work experience as construction manager at the service of the construction company Fernández and Lind Construcciones, in works for new-storey homes and villas, comprehensive renovations or civil works, which contribute to the work of Carquero Arquitectura proximity and constructive reality.