Uriel Fogué is a PhD Architect. Studied at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (DiplArch, 2002 with honours). He received his PhD in Architecture from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) in 2015. Since 2004 he works in 4 main fields: Teaching. In several universities since 2001. Currently, Projects Design tutor at the Universidad Europea de Madrid, UEM (since 2005). Investigation. Co-director of the Crisis Cabinet of Political Fictions, and co-founder of the group (HIAP, MataderoMadrid, (Inter)section of Philosophy and Architecture. He is autor of the book: What is Home Without a Mother (2015), and co-editor of the book: Planos de intersección: materiales para un diálogo entre filosofía y arquitectura (Lampreave, 2011). Comunication. Co-editor of the publication UHF (since 1998). Practice. Principal at elii [architecture office]. Currently developing several architecture and urban works in several countries.
He has obtained recognition and awards for outstanding performance, amongst which are the FAD Opinion Award (2005), the Awards received from the Official College of Architects of Madrid (2006, 2011, 2013), the JustMad Award to Emergent Creativity (2013) and the Arquia Proxima Award (2014). Their work has been nominated to the prestigious EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award (2014). elii was selected as one of the “100 architects of the year 2012” by the KIA Korean Institute of Architects and the UIA International Union of Architects in Seoul (2012).