Eulàlia Gómez Escoda is an Architect (ETSAB) and PhD in Urbanism (UPC-Barcelona Tech).
She is Associate Professor at the Department of Urban Design and Planning DUOT at the Barcelona School of Architecture ETSAB-UPC Barcelona Tech, where she has taught since 2008. Since 2021, Deputy Director of International Relations at ETSAB.
Invited professor at international schools such as the School of Architecture of KU Leuven, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts KADK, the German University in Cairo, the Universidad Mayor at Santiago de Chile and the Graduate School of Planning and Preservation GSAPP at Columbia University. She was Design Critic at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (fall 2019).
She contributes as a Postdoc Researcher at LUB, Barcelona Urbanism Laboratory. She is contributor to significant research works related to Barcelona as Barcelona Metropolis (preliminary works and analysis to develop the new Metropolitan Urban Director Plan, DHUB 2014-2015) or Cerdà and the Barcelona of the Future. Reality vs. Project (commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Eixample Cerdà, CCCB 2009). She has published in the Journal of Urban History and the Journal of Urban Design, among others.
She also develops her professional activity through collaborations with firms developing public projects of Architecture, Urbanism, Public Space and Landscape (Ruisanchez Arquitectes, 2003-2009; BAU Architecture and Urbanism, since 2009).