Miquel Lacasta is a Co-Founder at ARCHIKUBIK and also at @kubik – multidisciplinary space. He earned a Ph.D. with honors (cum laude) at ESARQ Universitat Internacional de Catalunya UIC and he was also awared with the Ph.D special award (UIC 2012), M.arch at ESARQ Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, and graduated as architect at ETSAB Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Miquel is an Associate Professor at ESARQ since 1996. Earlier, he was faculty at Elisava and Escola LAI, and also in post graduated programs at ETSAB and La Salle. He was formerly an architect at Manuel Brullet’s office from 1989 since 1995. He has been granted at “Taller Barcelona’96. El TGV, una oportunitat per estructurar la periferia”. He was Co-director of the workshop “Territorio Virtual, Límite Urbano” at ITSEM Guadalajara, Mexico in 2000 and also Co-director of the workshop “Ravalizar Barcelona” at ITSEM Guadalajara, Mexico, and CCNY, New York, USA in 2002, 2003 and 2004. He won the A+ prize in 2010 for Sunion School at the Best Educational Building, The International Architecture Award 2008 at The Chicago Athenaeum for Colin’s House, and the first prize at Corian Prize in 2006. His work has been exhibited in Barcelona, Madrid, Florence, Cannes and at Le Pavillon de l’Arsenal in Paris. Several publications have been recognized his work as Quaderns, ON, Arquitectura Plus, Piso, Arquitectura y Diseño, El País, ABC, La Vanguardia, Clarín, Sole 24 Ore, and others. He recently did lectures at ITSEM Guadalajara, Mexico, Facolta di Architettura di l’Alghero, Italy, msa Münster School of Architecture, Münster Germany, the IBM Think Tank at Paris, France, and several universities and organizations in Spain. He was recently awarded for the ZAC RN5 at Vitry-sur-Seine competition, an Eco-district of 255 social and private dwellings and student residence competition at Ivry, and 32 assisted apartments for elderly people at Olesa de Montserrat.



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