Víctor Manuel Cano Ciborro (1987) graduated as an Architect from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid in 2012 and completed a Masters in Advanced Architectural Design in the same School in 2013. Currently he is a PhD Candidate at the DPA-ETSAM, where he is developing a thesis about the subordinate and unstable forms of architecture. In 2010 he was a visiting scholar in Ahmedabad CEPT-University India. He is Teaching Assistant in Department of Architectural Projects since 2012, and he is linked to the Research Group Cultural Landscape. He is also a regular contributor to the Master in Advanced Architectural Design (ETSAM-UPM) on the Grand Scale and Landscape Line. His Final Project Degree was awarded in the V Muestra PFC at XII Biennal of Spanish Architecture and Urbanism 2013 while its Final Master Thesis won the Special Prize at the XII National Contest Arquimedes 2013.
He has taken part in conferences such as the recent European Symposium EURAU 2014 in Istanbul and he is co-founder and editor of the project Displacements and X`scape Journal [www.displacementsjournal.com]. His academic production has been published in various international journals, such as in Chilean magazine “ARQ87” or American magazine “Dichotomy”.