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Esperanza Marrodán Ciordia

Architect by the University of Navarra (1998). In 2005 she obtained her PhD with a thesis in which she addresses the recovery of industrial buildings and landscapes from a philosophical and artistic point of view. Since 2003 she has been a lecturer at the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra. She belongs to the Department of Theory, Projects and Urban Planning where she teaches Urban Planning I and II and the International Seminars of the Urban Project Management course, focused on urban regeneration from an interdisciplinary point of view. He has also been a guest lecturer on the course "Il prodotto artistico in dialogo con il territorio: Luoghi di vita e di lavoro: progetti, percorsi, esperienze di rigenerazione", within the "RigenerArti" programme, organised by Unindustria Servizi in collaboration with the Fondazione Benetton (2019); in the Module of Cultural Heritage Conservation Projects, postgraduate course at the Faculty of Architecture and Design of the Universidad del Istmo (Guatemala) (2012-2015); in the Master of Conservation and Exhibition of Contemporary Art (CYXAC) and the summer course "Restoration of Industrial Heritage", both organised by the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain and the Ministry of Culture (2011). 

Since 1998 he has combined research and teaching with professional practice. He has carried out several projects in the fields of industrial rehabilitation, some of them -such as the rehabilitation of the Alcudia (2007) and Compostilla I (2009) thermal power plants, carried out in collaboration with AH associates-, recognised with international awards. Since 2016 he has been living between Spain and Italy, where he occasionally collaborates with the Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche in Treviso, an international reference centre in the field of landscape architecture. Since 2016 he has also been a member of the Scientific Committee of the Training, Management and Intervention on the Heritage of Architecture and Industry (G+I-PAI) at the Polytechnic University of 

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