Marta Rabazo joined Balmori Associates in 2007. She has been involved in various projects including Campa de los Ingleses park, Plaza Eusakdi, the Garden that Climbs the Stairs in Bilbao, Spain; the Botanical Research Institute of Texas in Fort Worth, TX; Yale Engineering Research Building and Farmington Canal Greenway in New Haven, CT; VIOL Headquarters in São Paulo, Brazil, and several competitions.
Trained as an architect in Madrid, Spain, with a Master of Architecture from the Politecnical University of Madrid and a Postgraduate certificate in Design of Parks and Public Spaces from Roma Tre University of Rome, she has been working in architecture and landscape for the last nine years for various firms including the award winning architectural office in New York REX P.C. and the renowned architectural and landscape office in Madrid, Solid Arquitectura.
Since 2010 she has collaborated with Roma Tre University of Rome, Italy as a teaching assistant of “The Architecture of Parks, Gardens and Public Spaces” program. She has also been part of the staff of the postgraduate program “OPEN Corso di Perfezionamento” where she participates in the organization of several lectures, book presentations and seminars. Her interest in the intersection of landscape with infrastructure or architecture, sustainability and representation of landscape, guided her lectures for Rome University and have also led her current participation in a research project Parkscapes based on the landscape of parking lots.
In 2001, she obtained the Erasmus Exchange Scholarship through the University of Rome, where her work for the rehabilitation of Piazza di San Cosimato was displayed at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere as the winner of the students’ competition.