Building Communities

Teaching Team

Eva Prats, Visiting Professor

Eva Prats graduated from the School of Architecture of Barcelona (ETSAB) in 1994. She worked as a designer architect at Archs. Enric Miralles and Carme Pinos’ office (1986-91) and at Arch. Enric Miralles' office (1991-94). She formed her own office in 1994, shared with Arch. Ricardo Flores since 1998. In 2019, she received her PhD in Architecture from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) with the thesis «To observe with the client, to draw with the existing. Three cases of architecture dealing with the As-Found.» directed by Leon van Schaik and Martyn Hook. In Barcelona, Eva Prats has taught as a Professor at the ETSAB (1998-2012) as well as at the School of Architecture of the Universitat International (Esarq-UIC, 2009-12). She was Invited Professor at the Arizona State University, College of Architecture of Phoenix, in the Spring Semester 2000. She has been teaching as a Professor of Urban Design at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) since 2015. She is Visiting Professor at ETH Zurich since 2019.

In 2018, Flores & Prats received the «AD Awards 2018» for Architects of the Year. For their installation «Liquid Light» at the Venice Biennale of 2018, they got among the finalists of the 2019 FAD Awards. In 2019, Eva Prats was shortlisted as «Architect of the Year for Casal Balaguer. Women in Architecture 2019 awards», in association with The Architectural Review and Architect’s Journal.
Throughout Eva Prats’ academic activity, a series of books has been published:

«Measure Pompeii. Observe Antiquity Through Drawing», ESPAIS ETSAB, Barcelona, Spain. 2011. This publication collects the experience of a study trip to Pompeii, a University Workshop, taking measurements of four houses as an argument to observe the antiquity through drawing.

«Through the Canvas, Architecture Inside Dutch Paintings», ACTAR editorial, Barcelona 2008, based on a Design Studio run at University of New South Wales of Sydney in October 2004.

«John Hejduk, House for a Poet», Edicions UPC. Barcelona, 2000. On the workshop realized in June 1999 at the ETSA in Vallès.

Publication of the Workshop with Clorindo Testa for the ETSAB / UPC Magazine. Barcelona 2002.


Ricardo Flores, Adviser

Ricardo Flores graduated from the School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires (FADU) in 1992. He formed his own office with Arch. Eva Prats in 1998. He was a Teaching Assistant of Arch. Alberto Varas at the School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of Buenos Aires (FADU, 1991-93). He taught as Professor at the School of Architecture of the Universitat International (Esarq-UIC, 2004-12). Ricardo Flores received his PhD in Architecture from the School of Architecture of Barcelona (ETSAB) 1994-2016 with the thesis «Casa La Ricarda de Antonio Bonet Castellana. Un territorio formalizado.» directed by Antonio Armesto and qualified with Excellent Cum Laude. He is Associate Professor at the School of Architecture of Barcelona (ETSAB) since 2009.


Annina Meier, Teaching Assistant

Annina Meier studied at the ETH Zurich and the UdK Berlin and graduated in 2011 with Prof. Adam Caruso. She worked in the Zurich Office of Caruso St John from 2012 until 2018, where she was responsible for the Project "Gewerbezentrum St.Jakob" in Zurich. In 2018 she started her own practice. She is currently working as a curatorial Assistant at Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich.

Guillaume Guisan, Teaching Assistant

Guillaume Guisan studied at ETH Zurich and at the Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio. During his studies, he collaborated with the Visiting Lectureship of Theory of Architecture Torsten Lange as a junior assistant. After work experiences in Lisbon and Basel, he graduated from ETH Zurich in 2018. He is currently working as an architect in Zurich. 

Alessandra Ortelli, Student Assistant

Students FS21

Isabel Ammann
Romano Fischer
Samuel Giblin
Leonce Gruber
Helia Jamshidi
Paula Kiener
Melanie Kofler
Severin Kurt
Manuel Lorz
Ivana Luggen
Theo Mayer
Hiep Nguyen
Amanda Pellizzari
Clothilde Peyronnet 
Natalia Pieroni
Alice Sorg
Ahn Tran
Anna Travaglini
Eleni Werder
Sarah Wirth
Chaoyi Yu


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