Eugeni Bach (Barcelona, 1974) graduated from ETSAB in 1999. Since 2005 he has been teaching First-year Projects at La Salle Architecture School at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. He previously served as Assistant Professor in the Vertical Workshop ESARQ UIC (International University of Catalonia) in Barcelona, directed by Winy Maas (1998) and Duncan Lewis (1999) and also taught at the Mies van der Rohe Department, ETSAB, directed by David Chipperfield (2001). In partnership with Anna Bach, he was Finalist for the FAD award (2008) and for the 10th Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Biennial (2009) and won the Opinion FAD for “House in Gaüses” (2008). Also with Anna Bach, he received the AJAC prize for young architects for the House in Gaüses (2004). His other recognitions include: Selected for the FAD Awards (2004, 2010 and 2012), finalist for the Dragados Prize for best final graduation project of Catalonia (2000); first prize in the competition for a prefab wood house for the project 1st PARASITE (1999); third prize in the competition for a summer restaurant in Töölö, Helsinki (1999); ETSAB prize for the installation Eme3 First Architectural Market, Barcelona (1999); and second mention in the Woodstudio Competition, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland (1996-97). His work has been published in various European magazines including Domus, Mark Magazine, A10, Arquitectura Viva and On Diseño among others and has been exhibited at the VII Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (BIAU), Medellín, Colombia, 2010; “Catalan architecture” at the Institut Français de l´Architecture, Paris, 2010; MACBA (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art), 2003; Bo01 Parasite – The City of small things (Kobenhavn, Rotterdam, Oslo, London), 2002; Eme3-Density, CCCB, Barcelona, 2001; and the Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Biennial, 2000.