Born in Spain, 1983. Rosario Segado immediately started working as an architect after her graduation from the Architecture School of the Navarra University in June 2007, refounding a local architecture practice, called Segado Arquitectos, with Francisco Segado. After 3 years of building experience in a small scale context, she participated at the Master in Collective Housing (ETSAM, UPM) as a student, being part of the MCH2011 Edition.
That meant a turning point in her career, which led her to work in Switerzland, initially at Bearth&Deplazes in Chur, and later on, at BGP in Zürich, where she developed medium scale projects during 4 years.
Since 2016, she is the manager of the Master of Advanced Studies UPM/ETH in Collective Housing.