Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ramiro Zubeldia was born in Buenos Aires in 1972. He studied architecture at the University of Morón, were he has taught since 1996. In 1998, Zubeledia won the Intercampus scholarship, studying Architecture III and blacksmithing at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He was a professor of Interior Design courses I –II at the University of Palermo until 2007. In 1996 Zubeldia started his career in the city of Ituzaingo, designing public spaces and urban equipment. In 1998 as director in ZARR studio, he designed Hotel Camberland, a project that was published in both local and International media. In 2005 he began working as principal designer at AFT Architecture, where he developed the 28 Brava Complex, Hoyo bar, and Nordelta Club House. In 2007, he established his own studio, Ramiro Zubeldia Architects, gaining recognition in the II Latin American Biennial of Design (2010) and the XII publishing for Bubble Studios(2016). International Biennial of Architecture in Buenos Aires (2011). Ramiro Zubeldia has received international publishing for Bubble Studios.