Antón García-Abril, (Madrid, 1969) is European PhD Architect, full-professor at MIT School of Architecture + Planning. Has been associate professor at ETSAM-UPM, and invited professor at GSD-Harvard University and Cornell University, among other academic institutions.
In 2000 he establishes ENSAMBLE STUDIO developing projects that reflect the experimental and structural research of the practice, some of the built works are: Music Studies Center, SGAE Central Office, Martemar House, Hemeroscopium House, The Truffle, Reader’s House and Cervantes Theater. The office has been awarded with Architectural Record Design Vanguard Prize 2005, Rice Design Alliance Prize 2009, and Antón has been elected RIBA International Fellow 2012.
Along with his partner Débora Mesa, he has been curator of the Spanish Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2012, has co-founded the Positive City Foundation, and more recently the POPLab (Prototypes of Prefabrication Laboratory) at MIT.