Eric Martin

Born in Mexico City, Eric studied architecture at the Western Institute of Technology in Guadalajara, and ETSAM in Madrid, Spain. After graduating he acted as a consultant on the renewal of Guadalajara's historical central parks. In London he joined Allies and Morrison Architects where he became Associate leading a team of designers dedicated to large-scale architectural and masterplanning projects such as the new Ericsson headquarters in Coventry, the refurbishment of London City Airport, and a new urban quarter in Cairo, Egypt.

As Partner at Delvendahl Martin, Eric was responsible for the prize-winning proposal for the redevelopment of Vabaduse Square and St Paul’s Church in the City of Rakvere, Estonia. He is advisor to the Cultural Quarter Working Group in Stratford, tasked with overlooking the long-term renewal of the area’s public spaces alongside the refurbishment of Stratford Circus, a performing arts venue located within the site. 

Eric has taught and lectured internationally, and was appointed Design Fellow at the Department of Architecture of the University of Cambridge in 2009, and Internal Examiner in 2013. He has been a guest critic at a number of institutions including the Architectural Association and Kingston University

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