Since joining Alison Brooks Architects in September 2014 Antonio has been involved in several projects ranging in scale. He was responsible for delivering East Parkside, Greenwich to RIBA Stage 3 and worked on M1/M2 in North West Cambridge where he brought his construction and detailing knowledge, a role he also performed for the detail design stages of Exeter College Cohen Quad in Oxford. He was also project architects for the delivery through construction phases of a private dwelling in Gloucestershire – the transformation of a Georgian farmhouse into a contemporary residence and art gallery. Recently he has been a key member of the design team for The Passages, working on a large residential/mised use scheme around a central square in Vancouver, Canada.
Prior to joining ABA, Antonio worked for Mangera Yvars Architects in London, where he was Project Architect for a Cultural Centre in Harrow, North London, and Site Architect for an Amenity Pavilion in Notting Hill, London.
Antonio studied at the Technical University of Granadan Spain, where he received his Bachelors and Masters degrees. As part of this, he also studied one year at the School of Architecture of Nantes in France in 2007. Antonio has been working in UK since 2010 and is a fully licensed member of ARB.