Guadalupe Romero-Vergara

Degree in Architecture

Degree in Architecture from the School of Architecture in Seville (2016), obtaining the qualification of distinction for her Bachelor Dissertation entitled “Architecture for Alzheimer’s, adaptable residences or homes? National and international experiences”, classified in this group’s line of research: “Designing tailored spaces for the absence of memory.”

She is co-editor of the publication “Architecture and Alzheimer’s: 12 new buildings for emerging needs” (2018) and she has participated in the creation of the posters “New techniques in architectural research to determine the influence of the physical environment on Alzheimer’s sufferers” for the Alzheimer’s Global Summit in Lisbon (2017) and “Proposal of a new architectural typology for patients with Alzheimer’s: preliminary study” for the Five Malaga Alzheimer’s Workshops (2016). She is also co-author of two chapters of a book published in Granada in 2017. She has participated in several architecture competitions, of note, the proposal for “Arch medium: competition for the creation of the Vienna House of Music” in which she ended up one of the ten selected (2011). He participated in the Workshop “Landscape Architecture. Delf” held in Holland (2012).

She is currently carrying out the University Master in Architecture at the School of Architecture in Seville and working as support staff for the University of Seville research in the Isla de la Cartuja Scientific Research Centre, in which since the month of May 2017, she has carried out activities related to the Platform of Biomolecular Interactions and the research projects of the Biointeractomics group.

ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5854-4682