Carlos Quevedo Rojas (Cádiz, 1980) graduated from the E.T.S. Arquitectura of Seville, Master´s Degree in Architecture and Historical Heritage (Seville), Specialization in Monuments Restoration from University "La Sapienza" Rome, Master´s Degree "Art History: Investigation and Guardianship of the Heritage" from University of Granada and, currently, International PhD Candidate in Architecture (Universities of Seville and IUAV of Venice). He is professor at the School of Art and Design of Cádiz, has spoken at international conferences and seminars and published in indexed specialized journals. His research works has been awarded like the Urban Planing National Prize “Ricardo Santos Díez”. He has realized several doctoral stays and has won some fellowships. His works and projects try to delve the conceptual principles of the architecture and the intervention in the heritage and they have been published in international magazines and received several awards and distinctions: International Award Architizer A+ (USA, winner), International American Architecture Prize (USA, golden medal), Architecture Award “Torres Clavé” (Spain, winner), European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award (EU, nominee), International Landscape Award “Rosa Barba” and Bienal (Spain, selected), International Prize of Architecture and Nature “Simonetta Bastelli” (Italy, selected), Prize Arquia/Próxima of Young Architects (Spain, catalogued) , and chosen for the young architects program FACtual of the Fundación Arquitectura Contemporánea (Spain).