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Mar Muñoz Aparici is a practising architect developing design-driven research on public space from urban and architectural perspectives. Her PhD research focuses on cultural building design as a tool to strengthen public life and is embedded in the CA2RE+ network.

Her practice lamardebe develops design, research and curatorship projects between the Netherlands and Spain. She has worked in multiple offices on international projects, from interior design to masterplan, housing or public buildings. She holds a Masters from TU Delft, where she studied the socio-political development of planning for tourism in Spain during Franchoism and graduated with a public building design based on civic engagement as a tool for urban regeneration. Mar has been invited to teach at the Catholic University of America, Polythecnic University of València and CEU Valencia.

Education/Academic qualification

Master's degree, Together: Participatory methods in Architectural Design, Delft University of Technology

1 Sept 201314 Apr 2016

Award Date: 14 Apr 2016


  • NA Architecture
  • Public Space
  • Cultural Buildings
  • Architectural Design
  • Design-Driven Research


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