Miquel Reina Ortiz
Miquel Reina Ortiz is an Assistant Professor (2021-present) and a Ph.D. Candidate in Architecture (2015-present) at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism (ASAU) at Carleton University. His research concerns the relationship between different scales of intervention within the context of the Historic City. He has been teaching courses in heritage conservation, site and building documentation, urbanism and design studio at the ASAU. He collaborates with the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) in the development of new digital workflows applied to heritage conservation. He has participated in international field works and co-authored articles on topics related to digital heritage documentation. He is the Canadian representative of the ICOMOS Emerging Professional Working Group (EPWG) since 2020. He studied architecture at ETSABarcelona (UPC), where he graduated with honours in 2011, and holds a MsC in Restoration and Rehabilitation at ETSABarcelona (UPC). His professional experience in the architecture studio Ravetllat-Ribas Barcelona (2008-2015) focused on adaptive reuse projects, and as a licensed architect, he has designed public space, housing, interiors and competitions.
PhD Candidate – Carleton University
MsC in Restoration and Rehabilitation – ETSA Barcelona (UPC), 2013
ETSA Barcelona (UPC), honours – 2011