Guillermo Casado Lopez graduated as an architect from the University of Granada in 2005. In 2006 he founded the architecture studio Quark Arquitectos in Malaga. He obtained his master's degree in bioclimatic architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid in 2010, complementing his specialty and interest in the bioclimatic and sustainable component of construction. He has developed numerous projects in which bioconstruction, energy efficiency, bioclimatic architecture and renewable energy criteria are applied, both for the public and private sectors. He recently completed a doctoral thesis about the architect and sculptor Milton Barragán at the University of Seville. This research has led him to make several scientific publications on brutalism and the modern Ecuadorian movement, all of them focused on critical and theoretical analysis. His academic activity began in 2012 with his move to Quito, working as a project professor at various universities, such as the SEK International University, the University of the Americas and the Central University of Ecuador. In 2020 he returned to Almería, the place of his childhood and youth, opening the Levante y Terral architecture studio, which specializes in the development of sustainable projects and heritage interventions.

Guillermo Casado Lopez, PhD Professor, Catholic University of Cuenca

Guillermo Casado Lopez graduated as an architect from the University of Granada in 2005. In 2006 he founded the architecture studio Quark Arquitectos in Malaga. He obtained his master's degree in bioclimatic architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid in 2010, complementing his specialty and interest in the bioclimatic and sustainable component of construction. He has developed numerous projects in which bioconstruction, energy efficiency, bioclimatic architecture and renewable energy criteria are applied, both for the public and private sectors. He recently completed a doctoral thesis about the architect and sculptor Milton Barragán at the University of Seville. This research has led him to make several scientific publications on brutalism and the modern Ecuadorian movement, all of them focused on critical and theoretical analysis. His academic activity began in 2012 with his move to Quito, working as a project professor at various universities, such as the SEK International University, the University of the Americas and the Central University of Ecuador. In 2020 he returned to Almería, the place of his childhood and youth, opening the Levante y Terral architecture studio, which specializes in the development of sustainable projects and heritage interventions.

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