Mª Auxiliadora Gálvez Pérez (Córdoba, Spain. 1973) is an Architect by the E.T.S.A.M. (1998) and PhD in Architecture since 2015.

Since 1997 she is a lecturer at the E.P.S San Pablo C.E.U University, currently in Architectural Design and Final Thesis Project. She has been teaching at the Master of Collective Housing in Madrid (E.T.S.A.M), between 2008 and 2013, and she has been invited to develop several workshops or postgraduate programs at TU Graz, University of Panamá, Ljubljana Architecture School, Politecnico di Milano and FADU Buenos Aires. She earned her PhD at E.T.S.A.M dealing with dance as an experimental laboratory for architecture; for this project she received in 2010 a research grant from E.P.S C.E.U and Santander Bank to develop a six months stay at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.

Between 1998 and 2000 she collaborated with Abalos&Herreros. Since 2000, she is a free-lance professional and in 2003 she established with Izabela Wieczorek G+W Architecture in Madrid. She has been awarded in several national and international contests, highlighting the 1st prize in Europan VI, in Córdoba; partial prize at the International Ideas contest Ciudad Levante; 1st prize in Europan VII, in Murcia; 1st prize at the contest Celebration of cities (UIA), in both local and national competitions; distinction in “Lausanne Jardins 2009” (as G+W the last three) and runner up at Europan 9, in Delémont, Switzerland. In 2001 she was granted with a fellowship at the Casa de Velázquez.