Architect in ICATALIST, responsible for carrying out architecture and urban planning projects for adaptation and mitigation in the face of current climate change.
Marifeli is an architect from the School of Architecture of Madrid (UPM). In 2011 she made a stay in Italy training in urban planning and rehabilitation. In 2012-2013 she studied for a Master's Degree in Steel and Concrete Structures at the University of Puerto Rico (U.P.R.). She obtained the best grades and recognitions. During her stay in the tropics she worked in the first green architecture promotion studio in the USA, Abruña & Musgrave Architect.
Since 2016, she has worked together with the Academician Ramón Llamas as a researcher in ethics issues of the Integral Management of Water Resources, in projects of the Botín Foundation Water Observatory, and the Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences (RAC). The coordination of the 14th National Seminar of the Water Observatory or the Management of the Study of Integral Management of Water Resources of Spain (RAC) stands out.
Due to her characteristic training as an architect specializing in water, in 2017 she was invited along with Prof. Llamas as the sole architect at the International Seminar on the Human Right to Water and Sanitation held at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. She Presents a work on ethics in water management. She collaborates in projects related to water, the environment, architecture and urban planning, such as Technical Assistance in the preparation of the Adaptation Guide against Flooding Risk in the Government of Spain (PYMA Adapta).
In 2018 she began his Doctoral Thesis on ethical aspects of the Water Footprint in buildings and Spanish cities, at the School of Architecture of Madrid (UPM) together with the RAC. She continues this way in the research while also working as an Architect with collegiate number: 21934.