Alfredo Munoz

Member of AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee (SATC)


Alfredo Munoz is a global architect who has designed and managed more than six million square meters across five continents. He has been named one of the most influential Spanish architects and is the only architect among the Young European Leaders (EYL40).

Under Alfredo’s leadership, ABIBOO Studio has designed projects in various scales, from large urban developments to small structures for extreme environments. The firm has operations in the US, Spain, and India and has served clients that range from Global Fortune 500 conglomerates to government institutions to private high-net-worth individuals. Before founding ABIBOO, Alfredo held senior roles at Toyo Ito (Pritzker Prize) and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (1,700+ awards).

Alfredo’s work has been featured internationally in media outlets such as the New York Times, CNN, BBC, Forbes, Business Insider, Bloomberg, National Geographic, Wallpaper, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Architectural Digest, and Domus, among many others. Mr. Munoz is the patent holder for innovations in the fields of architecture and consumer goods. Alfredo headed the architectural team that designed Nuwa, a self-sufficient and sustainable city on Mars and developed with SONet, a multidisciplinary team of space professionals and academics.


Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture – BarcelonaTech, UPC (Spain); 2003-2005

Bachelor & Master in Architecture – Polytechnic University of Madrid (Spain); 1997-2003


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