Miriam Castells (Barcelona, 1982) is an interior designer with studio in Barcelona. She holds a degree in business administration from the UB, her passion for interior design led her to complete her studies at the Escola EINA-UAB in Barcelona for four years. In 2006 she became a part of the team of TonetSunyerArquitecte where she collaborated on projects such as single-family house Esperança, or detached housing scheme in Niula, amongst others.
A year later she decided to form a studio with interior designer Marta Bartolome. Castells-Bartolome Interiors projects include the Senior Housing Apartments Cugat Natura, a complex of 32 sheltered houses dedicated to the elderly: Clinica Diagonal in Esplugues de Llobregat, or the offices in Paseo Santa Eulalia.
Eight years later, Miriam Castells creates hew own study, which include projects such as ground floor apartment in Madrazo Street, the Offices Lleó XIII Street or the housing in Calella de Palafrugell.One of his most recent works is the Design Centre Figueras International Seating in Barcelona.
She is associated with the architect Joaquim Rigau. Member of COAC and RIBA, Rigau developed his training at the universities of Miami (USA) and Kingston & Bath (UK). In 2006 he joined Foreign Office Architects, where he participated in projects such as the Lea Valley Masterplan for the 2012 London Olympics. In 2008 he moved to Barcelona and specializes in Project Management in building and Corporate Real Estate, developing projects such as Rehabilitation of the FIATC Corporate Headquarters in Barcelona, or the Diagonal Clinic in Esplugues de Llobregat (2007-2011). In parallel, he collaborates with MBM Arquitectes, Alonso Balaguer ArquitectosAsociados, Joan Pascual, Arkkitehtiruutu (Finland), PGI Engineering and Esteyco in several competitions.