Ana Mayoral Moratilla
Ana Mayoral Moratilla is a Spain-based architect and researcher. She is also a PhD candidate at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) since 2018 and currently works at the Andalusian Institute for Historic Heritage (Spain).
Ana studied architecture at the University of Seville, Spain (2014) and graduated from Harvard University in 2017, where she pursued the theoretical Master in Design Studies (Mdes) at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, obtaining the Brazil Cities Initiative Research Grant from the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) and the Paul M. Heffernan International Travel Award. Focusing on the history and theory of architecture, she has developed several research projects, published articles and participated in different international congress. Additionally, Ana has acquired teaching experience both in Spain and the US. Additionally, she is currently research associate at the research lab “Nuevas situaciones. Otras arquitecturas ”. Furthermore, she has recently published the book “Aljarafe, más que un colegio: La Arquitectura Pedagógica de Fernando Higueras y Antonio Miró”.