Evolutionary Urbanism is an editorial project created by Manuel Pérez Romero at the beginning of 2017 with the aim of becoming a meeting place for all those cultural practices committed to the constructive role of time.

Evolutionary Urbanism es un proyecto editorial creado por Manuel Pérez Romero a comienzos del año 2017 con la intención de convertirse en un lugar de encuentro de todas aquellas prácticas culturales comprometidas con el papel constructivo del tiempo.

Being evolved from personal research “The probable future of the emerging past. Transition from the first to the second age of time”, Evolutionary Urbanism becomes a theoretical framework to support the professional practice of the office nodo17 group

Surgido a partir de la investigación personal “El futuro probable del pasado emergente. La transición de la primera a la segunda edad del tiempo”, Evolutionary Urbanism se transforma en un marco teórico para dar soporte a la práctica profesional del estudio nodo17 group




Manuel Pérez Romero – mpr@nodo17.com

Manuel Pérez Romero holds a Ph.D. in Architecture from Madrid Polythecnic University and a Bacherlor of Architecture from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University. He also undertook additional architecture studies at Politecnico di Torino, Politecnico di Milano, both in Italy and Westminster University, London. Architecture for him is the common space between teaching, research + innovation and his professional activity.
He has been a Lecturer of Design Projects at E.T.S.A.G. in Alcalá de Henares since 2001 and he was a Lecturer of Design Projects at E.T.S.A. Madrid for two years. Currently he is a professor of Building Technology and Undergraduate Thesis Project at IE School of Architecture and Design where he has held these position since 2010. Prior to nodo17 group foundation, he has worked for F.O.A. (Foreign Office Architects) in London and Soriano&Asociado in Madrid.

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Héctor Rivera Bajo – hrb@nodo17.com

Architect from E.T.S.A.G in Alcalá de Henares and editor-in-chief of Hidden Architecture. After spending some time studying and working at Lisbon, he has come back to Madrid to work there. His interests are focused on Territorial Hierarchies from public to private space, the use of Urban Patterns in order to produce social and community space and the Infraestructural Nature of Architecture.

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