Lemur counts upon a wide network of members. Ad hoc task teams are formed according to the expertises required by each project.

Benedetta Rodeghiero

Social Trigger

Architect (IUAV-Venice, 1999);
PhD in Architectural Design (UPC, 2008)

She’s an independent researcher in post-disaster resilience and participatory design. Professor of Urban Planning and Design at the Ear-URV (2014-2017) and at the Etsab-UPC (2009-2014); invited professor in Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Chile, Mexico. Thanks to her three kids, since 2007, she investigates body and space combining Awareness Through the Body, Seitai and active learning. A barefoot walking is her way of life.

Chiara Buffa


Landscape Architect (IUAV-Venice, 2003);
Master in Urbanism (UPC, 2012)

Founder of Living Devices lab (2008), she has explored strategies to recognize, to take care and to regenerate the more vulnerable components of territories (residual fragmented natural spaces in the city, water landscapes, biodiversity refugees) working between Catalonia and Italy.
She strongly believe that maintain an intense relationship with nature is a fundamental necessity for our body and as soon as she can she run away from the city.

Raquel Joglar


Architect (ETSAB-UPC, 2017)

Concerned about access to housing as fundamental right, has focused its studies in that direction, betting on the use of the underutilized spaces of our city. Passionate about music and communication without conditioning, consider that a new Conscience is imperative to continue.

Marco Terranova

Social Linker

Architect (IUAV-Venice, 1999);

He spent his entire professional life dealing with sustainable design issues through projects, building sites and educational activities. He designs and self-builds with wood and natural materials, often through “design by doing” participatory processes. He developed a problem solving attitude thanks to intensive sites in Italy and abroad (Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Stuttgart, Burkina Faso). In 2016 he co-founded Todo, a collective of architects and craftsmen, to support urban regeneration processes and actions.

Teresa G. Valenzuela

Body explorer

Dancer&Choreographer (Theater Institute-BCN); Social Educator (UB-Barcelona);
Trainer (Pere Tarrés Foundation)

She lives and experiments with her body. Educator and trainer, dancer and choreographer, mother. She combines experiential anatomy, Feldenkrais, Awareness Through the Body, contact improvisation, Aikido, embodiment, active learning. She works in projects that educate and facilitate through the body

Felipe Gómez


Architect (ETSAB-UPC, 2017)

Specially attracted by the restoration and change of use of buildings and infrastructures, always focusing on bringing human scale closer to the great constructions we inhabit. Living inside local history, connecting social issues with cultural matters.

Elena Gimeno


Architect (ETSALS-Barcelona, 2010);
Light Designer (UPC School, 2012)

She practices experimenting with the interaction between light, space and people between Galicia and Catalonia. Restless and very active, she has participated in several self-construction and participatory processes of urban regeneration workshops at a national and international level. Additionally, she manages, designs and coordinates projects applying the Livingston method, based on a series of participatory techniques that allow to collectively define both the needs and desires of users and the best architectural solution for them.

Other members:

Ross Pérez (Catalunya)

Jordi Marfà (Catalunya)

Edgar Alberto Torres (Cusco)
Ania Bech (Catalunya)

Silvia Bassanese (Aberdeen)

Fernando Flores (Santiago de Chile)

Angelica Álvarez (Querétaro)

Former collaborators:

Ricardo Montoya

Zeynep Birgonul
Lorena Andreea Mocan


A network of experts and professionals that supports and enriches our team:

Sergio Pratali Maffei


We permanently collaborate with:

V&BA estudio, TODO, Senzastudio, Woodvibrations

We have collaborated with:

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