ED3 Architects is an architecture studio based in Granada, founded in 2016, with offices in La Herradura (Almuñécar) and Granada.


To help our clients achieve their dreams in an easy and peaceful process.


1988 (Purchena, Almería)


1987 (Cuevas del Almanzora, Almería)

+34 600 758 024 (English)


Graduated as an architect from the Technical School of Architecture of Granada in September 2016 with a final project score of 10 and an overall GPA of 7.204 out of 10.

Winner the 3rd PRIZE in the 3rd Edition of the National Final Year Project Competition de Arquitecturayempresa with the project ‘Hybrid Facility in Loja.

Specialist in Sustainable Construction, holding the Sustainable Construction Course, 2nd Edition (2018) certification from the EOI and the Cluster of Sustainable Construction in Andalusia.

International training with an Erasmus scholarship in 2009 at the Institut Supérieur d’Architecture Intercommunal in Brussels, Belgium, and participation in International Workshops such as ‘Heritage and Architecture of Urban Landscape under Production (HAULUP)’ organized by the IUAV University of Venice in 2013.

Participated in the ‘Leaders of the Future’ Seminar, in its 2016 edition, organized by the Eduarda Justa Foundation.

In 2013, he began his professional journey as an intern at the Almuñécar Town Hall, collaborating for 1,5 years on the New Urban Plan of Almuñécar.

In 2014, he founded the ED3 Architectos S.C Studio along with two colleagues.

In 2016, he founded the current Ed3 Arquitectos studio.

He is passionate about construction and construction details, always striving for excellence and innovation in his work, His favourite part is: Design of the Projects and Construction Management.


Graduated as an architect from the Technical School of Architecture of Granada in June 2014 with a final project score of 8 and an overall GPA of 7.487 out of 10.

International training with an Erasmus scholarship in 2009 at the Krakow University of Technology in Poland, and participation in various International Workshops including HAULUP in Venice and one in Krakow in 2010 with the ‘Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart’ in Germany.

Participated in the ‘Leaders of the Future’ Seminar, in its 2016 edition, organized by the Eduarda Justa Foundation.

After working as a collaborator at ED3 Arquitectos since 2014, she joined as the Architectural Director of the studio alongside Antonio Romacho in 2020.

She is passionate about design and marketing and she manages the administrative aspect of the studio along with the Design of Projects.


Do you do Partial Renovations? For example, renovating just one bathroom?

Our INTERIOR service is focused on complete home renovations where the floor plan is entirely or mostly changed. So, at the moment, we are not currently carrying out partial renovations of bathrooms, kitchens, or individual rooms.”

Yes, exactly.

Our services are tailored to the client and their needs.

We have had cases where fellow architects, interior designers, and engineers create the design, and we make the more technical aspects such as the Execution Project, administrative tasks like obtaining permits, contact with the City Hall, and construction management.

We also do construction management only, if that’s what’s needed.

You are free to choose the service that best suits your needs.

For example, the rendering and video service is always separate, so you can decide if you need it or not. Although in Complete Projects, the service is essential for the design phase. In other cases, it’s optional.


Yes, we undertake all kinds of Technical Projects.

Yes, we are experts in various regulations such as the Coastal Regulations, we are very familiar with the Urban Planning Regulations of the towns/cities where we work, and we are also starting some projects with the LISTA.

In case of doubt on this subject, you should ask for a budget for a Preliminary Urban Study, which is required for almost all projects and is the first step we always take.

No, we only provide energy certificates for the projects we are currently working on or have worked on at some phase of the project.

Yes, we help our clients with all permits and licences (included in the price of our services). We can help them by sending them an informative PDF so they can apply themselves or by doing it ourselves.

Lighting is part of the architectural project, so both in renders and plans, you can see and study the type of lighting that the house will have, and it will be described in detail in the Execution Project.

In our designs, the kitchen and bathrooms are included, as well as any custom furniture. We usually design custom walk-in closets, some furniture like entryway or TV cabinets, and we can even design bed headboards and some tables. It all depends on the space design and the client’s budget. Often in our projects, this custom furniture plays a significant role, and the entire house is designed around that element. Custom furniture is, of course, more expensive than standard.

The only thing missing is the non-design furniture (standard furniture). Usually, the client purchases this furniture according to their preferences but following our guidelines (renders). The standard furniture that the client needs to choose and buy typically includes the following:

  • Dining Room: Dining table and chairs.
  • Living Room: Sofa, coffee table…
  • Bedrooms: Bed, nightstands, desks, chairs…
  • Decorative elements

We have an engineer on our team who specializes in sustainability, environmental issues, and energy efficiency. So, we can inform you about available energy subsides.

This service has a separate cost, as it will depend on the specific requirements of each case.

We usually prepare all the necessary documentation:

  • Energy efficiency certificate for the existing property, and an energy certificate considering the planned actions.
  • Action project or justifying report for the action.

About the management of the energy subsides, we can recommend you some specialists who can assist you with the process.

It depends on the Project. We will send you an informative PDF with the approximate timing of each phase.

The frequency of site visits is estimated and depends on the work being carried out at any given time. For example, there are weeks when we visit the site multiple times, and there are weeks (if there is not enough progress or no questions) when we may not visit.

The role of the architect is not to “supervise” the workers to see if they are doing their job or to check if they are on-site every day.

Our role is to ensure that the result of the work meets the client’s expectations. This involves monitoring that the Execution Project is faithfully followed on the site, resolving any questions, addressing any problems that may arise during construction, paying attention to details, and, in summary, ensuring the quality of the construction and the client’s interests. Responsibility is a crucial aspect of our role.

However, we are not always responsible for everything that may happen during construction: delays, temporary work stoppages, etc. These responsibilities typically lie with the construction company. We always try to minimize risks with the construction company, for example, by establishing minimum conditions in the construction contract. We also maintain open communication with all parties involved, and in case of problems, we always make the best decision to ensure client satisfaction.