Born in Santander(Spain), Eduardo Pesquera González from an early age was determined to become an architect because of his interest in technique and his desire for organization. He moved to the capital in the 80’s to study at the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
After finishing his studies in 1989, he began to collaborate with well-known architectural offices, and in parallel started his own professional studio in Madrid.
In 1994 he obtained the Architecture Scholarship through a public competition for a one-year stay at the Spanish Academy in Rome, which marked the start of his doctoral research on the contemporary operability of the design mechanisms of architecture from the past.
Upon his return from Rome, he obtained the position as Associate Professor of Architectural Projects at the School of Architecture of Madrid, a teaching activity that he combines -as it could not be otherwise in this discipline- with his own office, currently in Cantabria, Madrid and Mexico City. The work of his studio has been awarded prizes on more than 50 occasions, disseminated in exhibitions, magazines and books of international prestige. A work of varied programs with a common denominator: the resolution of issues intervening on complex systems, acting on most occasions in the purposeful update on architectures of the past.