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 Assistant Professor of Architectural Design since 2015 and researcher within the Investigation Group PROLab, and the Teaching Innovation Group Agglutinative Design Devices. As an architect, I have collaborated with different architecture offices like elii (oficina de arquitectura), Soriano y Asociados Arquitectos or the 2018 Pritzker Price B.V. Doshi. I’m also an independent Researcher and Publisher. I have collaborated in the production of several architectural publications such Fisuras de la cultura contemporanea, the  DPA Prints, or the Arquitectura COAM magazine, where I’m Lead Editor of the new editorial line of the publication.
Right now I develop my own practice as a transdisciplinar architect within several creative platforms, 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.
Also, I am a researcher at The Terraforming Programme, a  “speculative urbanism think-tank” at Strelka Institute exploring the implications of the transformation of ecosystems and the looming ecological consequences of the Anthropocene for urbanism at planetary scale. Check out the Quarantinology Group or the GMND platform to see some of the pretty cool stuff we do there.

For a copy of my portfolio, or If you want to contact me for collaborations, commissions or just to say hi! you can e-mail me at castillovinuesa@gmail.com, DM to @castillo_vinuesa or dial +34 670 90 67 67.