Isaki Lacuesta (Girona, 1975) is a film director and screenwriter, winner of the Golden Shell at the International Film Festival of San Sebastian for Los pasos dobles (2011). He was also awarded the Gaudí Prize for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Screenplay for Los Condenados (2009). In 2012 he won the National Film Award granted by the Government of Catalonia. His work was exhibited at the retrospective of the National Gallery in Washington in 2013. He is co-curator of the exhibition RCR Arquitectes:Papers, which is currently showing at Arts Santa Mònica. Lacuesta has done audiovisual work complementing drawings and sketches for the architectural firm RCR.
Jaume Prat (Barcelona, 1975) has been an architect with ETSAB since 2002 and received his master's degree in architectural theory and practice from UPC in 2009. He has collaborated with architects Josep Lluís Mateo, Louis Comerón Graupera and RCR architects and has his own studio with Montserrat Farres and Merwan Chaverri since 2002. He is co-author of a collection of Scalae ebooks, author of one of the volumes, author of Digital architecture guide of COAC and the city of Barcelona, among other publications, and author of the blog Arquitectura entre altres solucions.
Jelena Prokopljević (Belgrade, 1972) is an architect from the School of Architecture of the University of Belgrade (1998), completing her doctorate in 2006 at ETSAB. She is a member of the Committee of Experts of the European Prize for Urban Public Space (2014); she collaborated with the Korean Pavilion of the Venice Biennial in 2014, was awarded the Golden Lion, and is part of the Research Group in Current History at UAB. Her publications include the book Corea del Norte: Utopía de hormigón; arquitectura y urbanismo al servicio de una ideología (written with Roger Mateos, 2012). She is author of the blog La ciudad socialista