Estructural Engineering.- Qube Ingeniería / Iago González Quelle.
Edaphology Consultant.- María Martínez Mena.
Ecology Consultant.- Paz Parrondo Celdrán.
Planting Consultancy.- Viveros Muzalé / Rubén Vives.
Topographical Survey.- Fulgencio Mª Coll Coll.
Geotechnical Report.- Forte Ingeniería.
Quality Survey.- Ingeolab.
Earth Movement.- Excavaciones Eltoni.
Andrés Jaque, holds a Ph.D. in architecture. He is the founder of the Office for Political Innovation and the Dean of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University, New York.
In 2014 he received the Silver Lion at the 14th Mostra Internazionale di Architettura, Biennale di Venezia.
He is the author of award-winning projects such as Plasencia Clergy House (Dionisio Hernández Gil Prize), House in Never Never Land (Mies Van der Rohe European Union Award's finalist), TUPPER HOME (X Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo), or ESCARAVOX (COAM Award 2013). He has also developed architectural performances as well as installations that question political frameworks through architectural practice; including IKEA Disobedients (MoMA Collection, 2011); PHANTOM. Mies as Rendered Society (Mies Barcelona Pavilion, 2012) or Superpowers of Ten (Lisbon Triennale, 2014).
Andrés Jaque is a Professor of Advanced Design at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) and Visiting Professor at Princeton University's School of Architecture.
Miguel Mesa del Castillo
From 1996 to 2005 he lived in Rome (Italy) where he was a research assistant for a year at the Università degli Studi "La Sapienza" in Rome. He has published articles on city, architecture and society in specialised magazines such as C3 Korea, A 10 New European Architecture or Pasajes de Arquitectura y Crítica. He has lectured at the University of Seville, the Istituto Nazionale di Architettura (Rome), the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (Copenhagen), Tabakalera (Donostia), and the Centro Universitario de Diseño de Barcelona, among other institutions.
In 1998, after travelling to Tel-Aviv and Tulkarem (Palestine), he began to work on the political implications of architectural practices in the Palestinian-Israeli territorial conflict, which occupies part of his academic dedication, both in teaching and research. He has published articles on the Palestinian question and participated in conferences, seminars and teaching workshops on the subject. In the academic year 2008-2009 he developed a teaching programme that resulted in the work "Mapping Gaza", which explores the implications of the architectural discipline in the conflict, and more specifically in the territory of the Gaza Strip.
Since 2010 he has been conducting research on the relevance of the ordinary in architecture from a socio-technical perspective. He has given lectures on the subject at MediaLab (Madrid), SOS 4.8 (Murcia), and La Casa Encendida (Madrid).
He has been a guest lecturer at the Institut D'Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya, at the European University of Valencia, at the Istituto Nazionale di Architettura (InArch, Rome), at LaBoral in Gijón and at Tabakalera, Donostia. He has been a full-time lecturer in the Architectural Projects Area of the Architecture degree at the University of Alicante since 2007 (he is currently an Associate Professor).