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Núria Martí

Supervisor ESR1; Co-supervisor ESR14

Núria Martí, Architect, PhD, is a professor at the School of Architecture La Salle, Ramon Llull University, since 1998. She graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) in 1997 and, since then she has worked on housing designs and its construction.

Her PhD (UPC, 2005) focused on Antoni Gaudi as a great connoisseur of the construction systems, a genius capable of engineering new openings that controlled light and consequently the indoor space.

She is the head of the Architectural Construction Departments (2009), the coordinator of the Masters' Degree in Architecture at La Salle (2016), and co-coordinator of the Doctoral Program of La Salle School (2014). She is a founding member of the Research on Mediterranean Architecture group (IAM), currently part of the La Salle Integrated Architectural Research group, and which focuses on strategies for the renovation of the architecture in the Mediterranean region, using sustainability criteria.

As a director of master's and doctoral theses, she has specialized in two areas: pedagogy, researching new active learning methodologies in architecture; and architectural construction, researching industrialized systems that deliver solutions following the triple bottom line and green building principles.


Participation in structured courses (RMT, TS)


Participation in network activities (Workshops, Summer Schools, Conferences, Secondments)


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