as an Architect


Pedro Leguina Prado is an architect that graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London (2000) with an Architecture MArch (ARB/RIBA Part II). Having also completed a AAIntermediate (RIBA Part I) from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, he  continued with his doctoral courses and research at Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM).

He has later developed extensive teaching activity in the Area of Architectural Projects. He has been a Projects Professor at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Bogotá (Colombia), assistant professor for Final Degree Projects at Polytechnic University of Madrid in the area of cooperation, and an invited professor to other national and international Universities like CEPT School of Architecture in Ahmedabad (India).

Within his professional career, highlights are the  design work carried out at the Studio of Pierandrei Associati in Milan, disciples of Renzo Piano (2001);  the Studio of Andrés Perea (2005-09) in Madrid working in social housing projects and competitions. In 2007 the team won the first prize for the construction of 114 dwellings in Torrejón de Ardóz in Madrid. Pe coordinated all the engineering consultants, and as a project manager, supervised the whole construction process on site. Since then he has worked as an independent freelance architect .

Pedro has been a consultant for several companies in the area of construction, such as the promoter Terraplan and their contractor, The Metropolitan Gardens, in Germany. As a partner of Capital Tower Investments, he has been supervising land purchase and the viability of architectural projects to be developed by Alioth Funds Real Estate in Spain.