Carles Crosas Armengol is a PhD Architect and Lecturer (ETSA Barcelona). He has been teaching Urbanism at the Barcelona School of Architecture since 2001 and has been invited to universities in Europe, America and Asia. Former collaborator and assistant teacher to Professor Manuel de Solà-Morales, he is a researcher at the Barcelona Laboratory of Urbanism where he is coordinator and participant in various international projects dealing with ecology and metabolism, collective urban spaces and centralities, urban grid transformation and integrative teaching of architecture and urbanism. He is currently Deputy Head of the Department of Urbanism and Regional Planning –UPC and he has also been ETSAB ViceDean for International Relations (2016-17).
Concurrently, he’s been developing professional works together with other architects and professors from a platform of urbanism and architecture since 2003 being awarded in urban project ideas competitions, drawing up urban and territorial studies and plans, designing facilities and public spaces, etc.