Rodrigo Nuñez finished his studies in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Madrid in March 2003 with an average score of A and a diploma project with a score of A. In 2002 he received a scholarship from “Fundación Caja de Arquitectos” granted to the 10 best academic records in Spain.
In 2003 he joined Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) with Rem Koolhaas, where he participates in the development of: the “China Central Television (CCTV)” headquarters in Beijing; the “Koningin Juliana Plein” building in The Hague; the “European Central Bank” headquarters competition in Frankfurt; the “S-urban” development project in Seoul; and the “Museum of Seoul National University”.
In 2005 he creates his own office, carrying out several projects and participating in various public competitions, some of which have been published in different media, and have been part of various exhibitions.
Since 2005 he has taught Architecture at the Institute of Technology of CEU-San Pablo University in Madrid and in 2006 became also a professor at the CEU-Architecture center attached to the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
In 2007 he received the “Diploma of Advanced Studies-Research Proficiency” from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid in the Department of Architectural Design.
Since 2012 he is the Editorial clerk of “Constelaciones”, magazine of Architecture. Besides, he has also written several articles and books, these ones focusing on topics related to sustainability and energy saving.