Sergio's career and studies have been driven by two great passions: architecture and art. He holds a M.A. in Visual Arts Administration from New York University (Fulbright scholar) and a M.S. of Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM), Spain's leading school of architecture. Inspired by the legacy of Mies van der Rohe, he completed his studies at the Illinois Institute of Technology winning the Rafael del Pino Foundation Scholarship.
In the curatorial and arts administration field, he has worked in the US, Italy and Spain. Highlights include co-managing all phases of development and implementation of 88 public art projects at the NYC Percent for Art Program with a total allocation of $9.7 M (such as "Elizabeth Berger Plaza" by Sarah Ouhaddou, “Peace Clock” by Lina Viste Gonli or “Charleston Library” by Mark Reigelman); the Spanish Pavilion at the 10th Venice Biennale of Architecture; temporary exhibitions at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Canal de Isabel II Foundation and Casa Encendida in Madrid; or The Crown Hall in Chicago. He has also worked as collection manager of one of the largest private photography collection in Spain. Exhibited artists include Medardo Rosso, Cecil Beaton, Cartier-Bresson, Diane Arbus, Antanas Sutkus, Andy Warhol and other prominent artists of the 20th century.
His professional architecture/design experience includes a wide range both studio and freelance work. While at a3arquitectos, he worked on a clinic in Madrid, a health center in Bailén, a private house in Cordoba and a middle school in Toledo. As an independent architecture he has done several interior renovations, including private houses in La Coruña and Madrid, as well as two dental clinics. Furthermore he currently collaborates with the furniture company Woodfeelings in the design of its furniture pieces.