Lugadero is a transdisciplinary office based in London (UK) and Sevilla (Spain). The team is composed by professionals in architecture, art, urban design, cultural management and communication. Its aim is to implement placemaking strategies to empower communities to reimagine new public spaces. Among its projects stands out the participatory design process that is taking place in the center of Wimbledon, London. In addition to this field, Lugadero works in the intersection of architecture with art, culture and design. In its alternative art and architecture space, they have held exhibitions, collective workshops and published many books about art, urban planning and architecture.

Lugadero is part of the Place Alliance network, a professional placemaking in UK, and is a early promoter of CivicWise, the international collaborative design community.

WHO WE ARE

LUGADERO was co founded in 2010 by Marta Morera, Javier Martínez, Pablo Sendra and Eva Jiménez. Since 2014, Marta, Javier and Pablo have been the directors. Lugadero has received some awards in international urban design contests as “Future Wimbledon” (UK, 2014) and publishing competitions “IX BIAU” (Argentina, 2014).

Who have been part of our team: Eva Jiménez (2010-2014), Stefania di Filippo (2011), Candelaria López Romero (2012-2016), María Luisa Gómez Sánchez (2013-2014), Antonio Figueroa (2015-), Elisa Monge (2015-), Beatriz Pavón (2017-).

JAVIER MARTÍNEZ NAVARRO

javier@lugadero.com

Architect.
Designer.
MARTA MORERA MATOS

marta@lugadero.com

Journalist.
Photographer.
PABLO SENDRA FERNÁNDEZ

pablo@lugadero.com

Architect.
Urban designer.
PhD.
Bea Espejo

Bea Espejo

Journalist / El Cultural Newspaper

Sevilla center, Correduría street, Alameda de Hercules area. Just 80 square meters on two floors. A place, not a space, that concentrates an architectural office, an exhibition gallery and a publisher. "Lugadero makes places", said Pablo Sendra, Francisco Javier Martinez and Marta Morera. The first two are architects, she is a journalist, and have signed one of the most interesting independent projects of the Andalusian city.