Manuel Domínguez

Works in the fields of architecture, distributed urbanism, event design, urban pedagogical workshops and research focused in ‘middle-out’ solutions and the qualitative innovation of their theoretical and practical basis. He attended Architecture and Urbanism studies from 1996 to 1999 in CEU Architecture University, accessing Madrid ETSAM Architecture University 2000 with a one year stay at KU Leuven University, Belgium (2002-03). Obtaining his Architecture and Urbanism degree in 2012. His final thesis project, ‘VLS – Very Large Structure’, is a theoretical research about the city and the dynamic territorial restitution, renowned and published in many printed and digital platforms.
Active member of Zuloark working platform since 2003, with wide experience in placemaking and urban design, building and management processes. Founding member of Zoohaus in 2007 and active researcher of Inteligencias Colectivas project since 2012.
As a professional architect Manuel Domínguez has been lecturer and juror in national and international universities and institutions such as ETSA Madrid, IED Madrid, USAJ Zaragoza, UEM Madrid, Etopia-CIEM (Zaragoza), Goethe-Institut (Berlin), Architektüros Fondas (Vilnius), Nacional Andrés Bello University (Santiago de Chile), Catalonian FAD organization (Barcelona), Korea University (Seoul) and lately at the Serpentine Galleries (London).