Meritxell Inaraja graduated as an architect from ETSAB (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) in 1994. After obtaining a postgraduate diploma in Museography, Design & Fitting from the same university, she enrolled in a Doctoral Program in Construction, Engineering, and Architectural Research.
She has worked both for public and private clients, and has realized many restoration works. Among them we can highlight the restoration of the old Mint House "La Seca", in Barcelona (2011), for which she was awarded the "Premio sul Restauro e Architetture Mediterranee" at the second edition of PRAM. The project also participated in the XIII Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2012.
Inaraja is a member of the Technical Commission on Cultural Heritage in Central Catalonia, Generalitat de Catalunya.