Hello! My name is Eduardo Castillo Vinuesa. I´m an antidisciplinar
architect and researcher base in Madrid, Spain. I studied Architecture at
the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago and the Higher Technical
School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) where I am Associate Professor of Architectural Design and researcher within the Investigation Group
and the Teaching Innovation Group
Agglutinative Design Devices. I’m also an independent Researcher and Publisher, working within several creative platforms such as Arquitectura COAM Magazine, The New Centre for Research and Practice or The Terraforming Programme, a “speculative urbanism think-tank” at Strelka Institute which brings
together an international group of artists, designers, researchers, thinkers,
scientists, engineers, architects, public policy makers and many other agents, to create new lines of action for the Post-Anthropocene City.
I currently run Medialab Matadero, an institutional platform managed by Madrid City Council where we build collective intelligences to address issues of social, technological and ecological relevance.