Buenos Aires, 1972. Architect by the University of Morón, where it develops as a teacher from 1996 to 2013. In 1998 he won the Intercampus scholarship, studying Architectural Design III - Abalos & Herreros at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He holds Interior Design I and II of the University of Palermo until 2007. In 1996 he began his labor activity in the Municipality of Ituzaingo, designing public spaces and urban equipment. In 1998 he worked as Partner / Director at the ZARR study, with Roberto Zubeldia, highlighting the Hotel Camberland, work broadcast in local and international media. In 2005 he joined AFT architects as Project Manager, developing Brava Complex 28, the Bar Hole 9 and the Club House of Nordelta. In 2007, the study said Ramiro Zubeldia architect.