Carmen Sevilla is a professor of History and Theory of Design at the School of Art and Superior Design of Valencia and Design Aesthetics at the Jaume I of Castelló University. She has directed two design schools and combines her teaching with creative work. She collaborates and writes for different specialized media, has been part of juries, curated exhibitions and organized public art and design conferences.
Daniel Cid is a PhD in Art History. He was a professor, Head of Studies and later responsible for the scientific management of Elisava, School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton.
Oriol Pibernat is a historian and designer. Graduated in History of Art Official Master's Degree EEES in Advanced Methods and Techniques of Research in History, Art and Geography (UNED), also carries out studies in Design and Humanities. He is currently a professor at EINA, a university center that was director between 1999 and 2016. He is the author of articles and books on design, as well as an editor and curator of several exhibitions.
José María Faerna is an art historian, editor and journalist. At times he teaches, for 10 years he directed the magazine Diseño Interior and he regularly writes in different media about art, architecture and design.
Guillem Celada graduated in Graphic Design from the Escola Superior de Disseny (ESDi) and completed the Master's Degree in Art and Design Research (MURAD) at EINA, Center Univeristari de Disseny i Art in Barcelona and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He works in the field of restoration and documentation of industrial design elements of the recent local past.
Isabel del Río is a graduate in Product Design, has a degree in Fine Arts and a Master’s degree in Advanced Studies in Art History. She is currently working on her doctoral thesis in design history at the University of Barcelona. She is a professor and works as a researcher and documentarist of industrial objects.
Isabel Campi holds a degree in Art History and a doctorate in Design from the University of Barcelona and one of the most renowned specialists in theory and history of industrial design. She is a writer and author of several books in this discipline. She currently chairs the Fundación Historia del Diseño (History of Design Foundation).
Ana Domínguez has a degree in Art History and specialized in Design from London’s Sotheby’s Institute of Art. She is a curator of exhibitions and regularly writes for different national and international publications.
Is a PhD in Art History from the University of Barcelona. He is a specialist in posterism of the first half of the 20th century and Catalan modernist architecture. He currently works at the City of Barcelona’s Historical Archive.
Is a critic, art historian and professor. He was the director of Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) and commissary general of the International Year of Gaudí in 2002. Since 2011 he has been part of the Consell de Cultura de Barcelona (the city’s Council of Culture).
Is a writer, oenologist (winemaker) and photographer of German heritage. He has been a professor and lecturer in different universities. Author of short stories, essays and biographies, he has also directed several encyclopedic works.
Is a journalist and designer. A multifaceted character, he has collaborated with the most important Spanish and international magazines. He has also published numerous books and has been the curator of different exhibitions.
Graphic designer and illustrator. From a remarkable technical versatility, his marked style means his works can be recognized in very different projects, for both public and private companies. In his book Pintapalabras he assembles part of this personal endeavor. Since 1996 he has been collaborating uninterruptedly with Andreu World.