Flavio Tejada is the Director of the Master in Real Estate Development (MRED). Associate Director at Arup, he has been responsible for master planning & urban practice in Europe. Flavio’s innovative vision has been focused on design strategic urban projects that allow cities to face 21st century socioeconomic and environmental challenges through a holistic approach. During his career, he has gained a global experience, through working with local standards and cultures in several parts of the world, including Europe, Middle East, LATAM and United States. These experiences explore the upcoming relationships between sustainable urban design, real estate development and transport infrastructure.
He has specialized in urban regeneration and retrofit development, with the application of the latest innovations in technology and social participation. Flavio led some strategic urban interventions such as Santander Waterfront Development (recently exhibited at the 2016 Biennale di Venezia Architettura), several regeneration projects in Bilbao or La Rinconada Masterplan in Caracas. More recently, he has led Castellana Norte Masterplan in Madrid.
Flavio received his Master in Civil Engineering Degree from the University of Cantabria (Spain). He also extended his formation including an Architectural Design Program at UNC Charlotte (USA) and a Master’s degree in Executive Real Estate Business Management (MDNI), ICADE-ICAI. He has given courses and lectures at universities and conferences in Spain, Europe and America.