David Pérez García
Architect and Master in advanced architectural projects by the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (UPM).
In 2006 he co-founded PKMN Architectures office that he co-directs until its dissolution in 2016.
That same year he co-founds, with two of the PKMN members, Enorme Studio architecture office that co-directs until 2019 when he decides to continue his professional career outside this structure.
Within the framework of these two collective structures, he develops an interdisciplinary work that combines teaching, research and design applied at multiple scales.
This open and diverse practice translates into the development of more than one hundred projects of all kinds. In this way, it carries out the design and construction of about thirty architectural works from ten to three thousand six hundred square meters such as Teruelzilla or All I Own House.
He carries out the conceptualization and coordination of workshops and educational experiences in collaboration with different institutions in more than ten countries in Europe, Africa and America such as Manifiesta Biennial, Ker Thiossane or the Government of Venezuela. Likewise, it collaborates in the implementation of research lines that combine interests for social transformation, urban planning, material culture and production processes such as Home Back Home, Living Big or Grigri Pixel.
His work has been recognized through participation in 50 exhibitions in spaces such as MoMa, MAXXI, Matadero Madrid, Fundación ICO o CCCB, the inclusion in more than two hundred publications in specialized written press and obtaining more than twenty prizes such as Arquia Próxima award in 2014, finalist work in the Biennial of Spanish Architecture and Urbanism of 2016, finalist work in the Mies van der Rohe awards in 2013, finalist in the Young Architecture Program of MAXXI-MoMa, the first architecture prize Transitarte in 2013 or the first prize in the 69-70 Salt Lake City competition in 2013.
- Applied research around the creation of city brands for critical citizens and aware of their capacity as a legitimate agent in the construction of their environments and living spaces.
- Grigri Pixel is a program that explores the practices of cultural cooperation and citizenship between Africa and Europe. In collaboration with Medialab-Prado and with the support of AECID.