Gabriel Muñoz Moreno

Gabriel Muñoz Moreno is a multidisciplinary architect, entrepreneur, digital fabricator and Master in Design Studies at Harvard University, graduated with distinction. Gabriel has worked as an architect at Shigeru Ban Architects in Tokyo, and Abalos+Sentkiewicz in Boston. He designs built environments that provide socioeconomic opportunities for inhabitants while promoting the use of biodiversity as infrastructure.

Gabriel’s research focuses on the phenomena of urbanization along intertidal environments, for which novel models of urbanism are required to facilitate a coherent habitat. For this, he studies the range of building methods, social patterns, modes of accessing information, and alternative economic models that drive and shape society. His research in this area was part of the UN-Habitat III conference, the Expo Milano 2015, among others.

His achievements include the MDes Project Prize of Harvard University, Jacques Rougerie Foundation – Sea Level Rise Laureate, ARCH+ Planetary Urbanism Award, Real ColegioComplutense Harvard Fellow, Casa de Velazquez Fellow and Nemetschek Vectorworks Fellow. Gabriel is the founder of Social Cooperation Architects, a diverse network of thinkers and doers that produce cross-scalar designs and innovations to improve worldwide wellbeing.