Pedro Pablo Gil Pfeil is an architect, real estate project manager and researcher based in London, United Kingdom. He has extensive experience managing and designing projects, including residential, office and retail buildings. He has also tutored as university lecturer. His professional work and academic research is focused on understanding and modeling the spatial and economic variables, to developing projects that generate effective and sustainable urban solutions.
Pedro studied architecture at University of Chile, a Master degree in Real Estate Project Management at the same university and a MSc in Spatial Design: Architecture and Cities at UCL. During his professional career, Pedro worked as senior architect in Sencorp, one of the biggest architectural office and real estate developer in Chile for over six years, and previously in SBA-Int, a German-based architectural office focused on urban design projects. He has been involved in all stages of design, economic evaluation of projects and technical project coordination. Complementary, he has academic experienced as university lecturer at University of Chile and University Mayor.
On the conclusion of his MSc, Pedro studied the process of urban regeneration from a socio-economic and spatial perspective. His final research focuses on the relationship between urban morphology and land use distribution.
2016 "Urban Regeneration: Decoding the movement economy in Spitalfields and King’s Cross" University College London
2012 "Identification and Analysis of Variables of the Built Environment and the Design Product for the Investment in Real Estate Offices" University of Chile (highest score of 7.0)
2007 "Architecture as Advertising Media" University of Chile