Analogue leadership in a digital world

Sergio Mutis
Rowland Scholar
2021 - 2022

Sergio is a Colombian architect, researcher, and entrepreneur passionate about social justice and technological innovation.

He completed his B.Arch. degree at Universidad Javeriana in 2019, receiving Colombia’s National Architecture Thesis Award, and his M.Arch. degree at University College London in 2021, acquiring the Bartlett AD Gold Medal

Sergio’s work on social and autonomous architecture has been featured in different international venues, including the A+D Design Museum in Los Angeles, the Colombian Biennale of Architecture, and La Caserne Gallery in Paris, and has been presented with various recognitions, like the Gaudí Architecture Prize of 2020, the Paris Design Awards’ Emergent Architect of the Year of 2021, and the Architecture MasterPrize of 2022.  (London International Creative Competition Winner 2021).

Currently, Sergio is a graduate tutor and researcher at the UCL, Imperial College London, and the Royal College of Art, and a computational designer within the ZHA Code Group at Zaha Hadid Architects, where he designs architectural projects across the world and develops applied research for innovative computational design.

In parallel, Sergio co-leads the eco-social peace entrepreneurship Apata Colombia, which empowers marginalized communities within the context of the Colombian post-conflict and has been recognized by the National Tourism Award: Impact Generation and the international Peace Entrepreneurship Awards.

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