Pablo Muñoz Unceta is an architect specialized in urban design and planning. His main research and working fields are housing, circular economy and urban morphology. Master in Architecture at UPM (Madrid, 2011) and European Post-Master of Urbanism at TU Delft (2019).
He has professional experience in Latin America and Europe. Pablo has worked in Lima (Peru) between 2009 and 2017 in different projects and institutions on participatory planning, social housing programs, transit oriented development and slum upgrading programs. He has been involved in teaching and taken part in research projects in PUCP University in Lima and TU Delft University. In Europe, he has collaborated with offices in Rotterdam, Barcelona, Madrid and Brussels in the intersection between design, spatial analysis and urban and housing policy.
He currently works at Fab Lab Barcelona as a researcher in REFLOW, an EU Horizon 2020 Project which explores the co-creation of circular and regenerative resource flows in cities.