Marta Armengol is an architect based in Mallorca and formed in ETSAB (Barcelona).

In her work, through various disciplines such architecture, design, installations and sculpture, she plays with experimentation, and works in research and conceptualization of spaces and objects, using errors and material possibilities rather than searching for definitive solutions.

She works with the materials out of which we construct our surroundings, and opens up new spaces within a world we thought we had defined.

She believes that it is by mixing the boundaries between architecture, design, and scenography; between installations and sculpture or between the practice and research of architecture itself; that new ideas and innovation flourishes.

Marta has exhibited her work at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Matadero de Madrid, and the Dutch Design Festival in Eindhoven. She has also worked with the musician Rosalía and collaborated with a range of international brands, including the creation of the Four Folds series and other glass works for MANIERA Brussels or the interior design for CAMPER’s brand-new concept store in Valencia and created a different range of objects for fashion brands as Lowe, Paloma Wool or Dion Lee.