Architect by La Salle University, Mexico City. Master of Architecture from The Berlage Institute, Rotterdam. After graduating as architect he works for Alberto Kalach where he is in charge of the GGG house. After finishing his master studies he wins a fellowship of the Kulturstiftung and the Urban Think Tank to research informal settlements in Caracas. He joins OMA in 2004 where he works as senior and project architect. Also in this period works at AMO as editor. In 2007 with Arman Akdogan he opened IND [Inter.National.Design], an international practice of architecture and urbanism. He is a co-founder of Supersudaca, a collective of architects from Latinamerica mainly doing research on contemporary themes affecting society and territory. Supersudaca has obtained the Best Entry Award recognition from the International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam in 2005 with a research on the impacts of mass tourism in the Caribbean. Since 2008 he is a lecturer and researcher at The Why Factory, TU Delft. He has been Co-director of studio at Strelka Institute in Moscow, guest lecturer at Universite Catolique de Louvain, tutor at the Berlage Institute and guest lecturer at IIT Illinois Institute of Technology. He has published several articles and has authored with The Why Factory the books City Shocks and Copy Paste, both by Nai010 Press.