Alicia was born in Madrid. After finishing her Degree in Architecture at the ETSAM of the Polytechnic University of Madrid, she had the urge to take over the world.
The exchange of cultures and traveling are her passion and thus began her career, alternating her post-graduation, research and work as an architect in Spain, Brazil, China and Australia. Her best allies, languages, of which she speaks five none the less: Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and … yes, Chinese, too. Her interest in the Chinese culture explains that as a leitmotif she chose a phrase from Confucius:
‘Choose a job you like and you will not have to work a day in your life’.
She defines herself as an architect who works with people. Which is why she took the leap to join BICG as an architect and consultant in working methods. As a consultant, she imagines specific solutions for individuals and companies every day and works with a vocation after transferred it into practice. New ways of working, devising innovative workspaces and helping people and organizations to find their identity by integrating space and development. She loves working as part of a team (or ‘in a herd’, as she likes to say).