Francisco Burgos is PhD Architect from the E.T.S.A.M. of the U.P.M., where he is Professor at the Department of Architectural Design.
He has given courses and lectures at universities in Spain, Europe and America, including the Harvard University Graduate School of Architecture, the Universidad de Chile and the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
He is the author of the following books: “La arquitectura del aula: nuevas escuelas madrileñas, 1868-1968” (2007) and “El Lissitzky: Wolkenbüguel, 1924-1925” (2004). He has also written several articles on landscape architecture design.
Together with Ginés Garrido, they run the office “Burgos & Garrido Arquitectos Asociados”, which has designed some of the most important Spanish projects of landscape architecture: Manzanares Linear Park, Madrid Yellow Belt, Roses Waterfront (Girona) and Integration of the Tajo River in the City of Toledo.