Rafael Beneytez Durán (1972) is an Architect who graduated from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid and was a candidate for the Final Project Degree extraordinary prize. He worked for the architect Rafael Moneo as Project Architect from 1999 to 2007, and he has been managing the Architecture Office and Narrative Agency z4z4 in Madrid since 2006. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architectural Projects and contributor to the Master in Advanced Architectural Design (ETSAM – UPM), where he is PhD Candidate with a thesis about the problem of Atmosphere in Architecture within the GIPC. He has been Aesthetics and Architectural Composition professor at School of Architecture and Technology (ESAyT) from 2009 to 2012. Rafael Beneytez has been invited by universities in Wurzburg, Limerick, Delft, Harvard, Barcelona, Muenster, Texas Tech, New Jersey NJIT, Texas A & M. Their architectural and research production has been published in various national and international media as AV, Taschen, Detail, ARQ or ACTAR, publishing two books “Anaglyphs” and “Catch”. He is author of “Castile and Leon Pavilion – Expo Zaragoza 2008” (First Prize in International Ideas Competition), “Huesca Congress Centre” (First Prize in International Ideas Competition), “Listening Tree” (XI Biennal Spanish Prize for Architecture and Urbanism) or “Cerro de las Mártires” Park in Huesca (First Prize in Ideas Competition and Gardens and Parks National prize 2015).He has participated in numerous national and international exhibitions such as La Biennale di Venezia 2014 in the Spanish Pavilion with Iñaki Ábalos.