Rubén García Rubio was born in Zamora (Spain) on January 22, 1980. He graduated in Architecture at the Valladolid School of Architecture (ETSAV) in 2006 where he was distinguished with Honors in his final project. Master’s Degree in Architectural Restoration form Valladolid University and Roma Tre University and Postgraduate Diploma in Architettura-Storia-Progetto at Roma Tre University. Rubén has been Visiting Artist in the American Academy in Rome in 2012 and currently he is making his European Ph.D. in Architecture from Valladolid University and Roma Tre University entitled “Apparent Density. The Lessons of Rome in Louis I. Kahn”.He has been Visiting Professor in several Schools of Architecture in Europe: Malaga, Valladolid, Oporto, Malaga and Rome; and also he has been Guest Professor some International Workshops like: “Contemporary Architecture/Historical Context” (Rome, 2009 y 2010), "Intersection" (Catania 2011), “I taccuini di viaggio” (Milan-Paris 2013) and “Coastal Landscapes Architectures” (Cagliari 2013). Rubén also has been Director at the Summer Course “Subtractive Architecture” at the Menendez Pelayo University (Santander, 2008) and also at the First Congress “Architecture and Alzheimer”. He has been Curator of the exhibition “Zamora Architecture at the 21th century”; and he has published a few books such as “Subtractive Architecture”, “ZAXXI”, “Searching for the Essence” and “The Beginnings”.He has been Lecturer in Oporto, Rome, Milan, Cagliari, Madrid, Barcelona, Santander, Sevilla, León, Granada o Valladolid. His work has been thoroughly published in national and International architectural magazines like Arquitectura Viva, C3, Frame, Sintesis….At the present, he combines his research activity with several projects and works in his architectural office RRa and also he is Editor-in-Chief Architectural weblog www.CajondeArquitecto.com.