Luis Perea  Moreno (Madrid, 1968) has a degree in economics and in architecture, At present he is carrying out his PhD research, focused on the quantitative analysis for the informal city according to the Basic Habitability vision. As a free professional he has collaborated in several planning projects for Taller de Ideas office (An Eco- development Strategy for Sea of Pyrenees; Territorial Guidance for Valencia, Galicia and Cantabria regions; Pasaia Bay Urban Regeneration Programme: Canraso bioclimatic neighbourhood in Tudela; Logroño Metropolitan Project). In 2003 he became founding member of the Madrilenian EquipoBloqueArquitectos office, specialized both in the fields of architecture as in urban design (some projects awarded, such as Congresses and Exhibitions Palace of Avila and a multifunctional city in Korea). His experience at the public administration as a municipal architect was developed in the city of Yeles (Toledo) between 2007 and 2009. Since 1999 he is member of the Urbanism and Planning Area of the School of Architecture at CEU San Pablo University and since 2010 he collaborates in Graduate Courses on Development Cooperation. He has also participated in various publications related to academic and professional matters.