Diego Sologuren studied Architecture at the University of the Basque Country in San Sebastián and later in Sint-Lucas Brussels, where he was involved in a Master Program in Urban Studies. Since his graduation, he has developed his career in several countries around Europe. In 2014 he joined the office of African architect Francis Kéré and had the opportunity to come in contact with a reality which influenced his way of conceiving architecture and design: honesty, economy of means, and formal simplicity. In 2017, he took part in the exhibition of the first Biennale of Architecture of the Basque Country as one of the finalists for the Young Architect Prize. Now based in Switzerland, he develops his own experimental praxis, which is committed to taking architecture to its conceptual boundaries in tandem with other disciplines.