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Pozoblanco (Spain), 1989.

Araceli Calero is a spacial design practitioner and registered architect. She graduated with honors in Architecture by the ETSAS (Seville, Spain), and spent a year studying at the ENSAS (Strasbourg, France). Master degree on Production Design at ESCAC (Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya).

Her thesis project, El Tercer Lugar, Proyecto de reconversión del Cerco Industrial de Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo was selected and presented at the International Seminary of Industrial Heritage Seville-Sao Paulo in 2015.

Over the past years, she has collaborated with several architectural firms in France (V2S Architectes, Dominique Coulon & AssociésLPAA Loïc Picquet Atelier Architecture, Atelier WAC).

Since 2020, she is co-founder of the architecture and design office vaga-estudio with the architect Pablo Martín. At the moment she develops both individual and collective projects in architecture, design, photography and cinema. She was part of the project Swing Backpack, currently in display at the Spanish Pavilion of the 17th Biennale di Venezia International Architecture Exhibition.


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Spanish Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2021

Project Swing Backpack with the architects Rosa Gallardo and Macarena Castillo 


VI Festival Arquia / Próxima

Project Swing Backpack with the architects Rosa Gallardo and Macarena Castillo 


Grafting to roots. EUROPAN 14: La ciudad productiva. La Bazana, España.
In collaboration with the architects Pablo Martín, Rosa Gallardo and Juan Luis Romero


Market Refurbishment, Pozoblanco.Córdoba.
3rd prize. In collaboration with Antonio Calero, Antonio A. Ballesteros and Ricardo Figueroa 


Los zapatos rojos. Perlas Section. 63º Festival de Cine de San Sebastián.
Finalist project in the Poster Competition. In collaboration with Pablo Martín. 


Tangencias. Internacional Seminary Sevilla-São Paulo. ETSAS, Sevilla.
Conference and Publication. In collaboration with Rosa Gallardo.


El territorio como Demo: demo(a)grafías, demo(a)cracias y epidemias. UNIA 2009.
Collaboration with the university departament of Teoría de la arquitectura, ETSAS. IBSN: 978-84-7993-212-1.

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