Ana Marti-Baron is a Spanish architect and landscape architect actively practicing in the fields of landscape, urbanism and public space. She studied in the Ecole Nationale du Paysage de Versailles-Paris ENSP and graduated with honors in Urbanism and Architecture from the Architectural School ETSAB in Barcelona in 2003.
She worked in the Urban Projects Department of the Barcelona City Council before joining the office of MDP Michel Desvigne Paysagiste from 2003 to 2015. Since 2004, she was in charge of some major projects of the office at very different scales like the Burgos Master plan with Herzog & de Meuron, the Master plan for all the public spaces of the city center of Toulouse, the urban renewal for the redevelopment of a 37 hectares industrial site or a 45 hectares park on the right bank in Bordeaux among others.
In 2016, Ana opens her own practice. Based in Paris, the practice is structured as a laboratory for urbanism, landscape and public spaces in all its forms, scales and contexts. She is currently working on projects in France, England and Romania like the development of the Master plan for a new mixed-use district in the industrial site of Fives Cail in Lille, including the design of all public spaces.
Ana has taught at the AA Architectural Association in London during the 2014 AA Summer School where she was teaching Unit 3 with Clement Blanchet. She has also taught at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Paris Val de Seine in 2015 as an invited teacher. She has also been an invited critic at the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture of Paris and at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la nature et du paysage de Blois (France).