Celia Marín, PhD

Professor of the Degree in Industrial Design Engineering

Celia Marín is an architect, she has a master’s degree in Theory and History of Architecture (ETSAB-UPC) and a PhD in History (UPF). She is mainly dedicated to research and she teaches classes related to the theory and history of architecture. She has collaborated with institutions such as the Museu Picasso de Barcelona, ​​the CCCB or the MNCARS. In recent years, she has collaborated in curating and designing exhibitions for the Fundació Mies van der Rohe; the book that analyses and presents the content of his archive “ATLAS” is the result of this collaboration.

For the MUHBA, she has presented and coordinated the film series about Barcelona. But besides all that, Celia knows how to draw. Since she was little, she attended drawing and painting classes at the Escola Municipal d’Arts del Prat, where she learned academically the use of different techniques, materials and a lot of patience. Compulsive drawing and buying drawing supplies is what allows her to maintain a certain degree of good sense in uncertain times.