Aurora Villalobos Gómez
An architect from the Higher Technical Institute of Architecture of Seville, specialising in building (2003), she has extended her studies in the Faculty of Architecture of Florence in the topics of Architectural Restoration, Archaeological Restoration and Museum Studies. She studied in the Andalusian Institute of Historic Heritage (2003-2005) and received a research grant in materials and constructive techniques applied to property from the Andalusian Institute of Historic Heritage (2005-2007). Master’s degree in Architecture and Historic Heritage (2003-2005) and Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Interdepartmental Doctorate Programme with merit “Teoría y práctica de la rehabilitación arquitectónica y urbana”, 2007, University of Seville. She has taught classes in Architectural Projects III (2007-2008) and Construction II (2008-2009) in the Higher Technical Institute of Architecture of Seville. She has also participated in the teaching of several Master’s programmes in cultural heritage.
Since 2007 she has worked as an architect in the Projects Department of the Intervention Centre of the Andalusian Institute of Historic Heritage, where she produces interdisciplinary advisory reports, diagnostic studies, viability studies and research and intervention projects for the conservation, promotion and teaching of Andalusian cultural heritage. Her areas of research include considerations of the concept of heritage, the conservation of archaeological heritage and accessibility of cultural heritage.
She works in collaboration with the Dolmens of Antequera Archaeological Site, within the team drawing the Management Plan on heritage, architectural, museum and permanent exhibition programmes. She is a member of the Technical Board of the Dolmens of Antequera Archaeological Site and the Andalusian Museum Commission.