Alberto V Yebenes graduated as an Architect in the Technical School of Madrid in 2004, specialising in tectonics and structures. Completed a Post Graduate Degree in environmental urban design and ecology in 2006, worked in relevant historical and conservation projects in Spain such as the Royal Mint of Segovia, a XV Century mill converted into museum and cultural centre, San Francisco el Grande, and Beata Hospitals in Madrid.

Involved in the academic field in Spain and England, Alberto worked as a tutor for the faculty of Alcala de Henares and joined the mentoring scheme between the RIBA and Manchester School of Architecture in 2015. Between 2017 and 2023 has held the position of tutor/ Associate Lecturer for the CIA unit, Manchester School of Architecture.

In professional practice in the UK since 2014, joined Hodder and Partners where he was responsible for very relevant projects across the country like the RHS Garden in Worsley and Duncan House in London.

Project Director for TP Bennett since 2018, designed and delivered new and adaptive building reuse schemes around key conservation areas in the Northwest such as Windmill Green in Manchester or N1 City Square and 11-12 Wellington Place in Leeds, published in the Architects Journal 2020. Co responsible for design, community, sustainability, structural timber, Mixology, BCO, MSA, amongst other Architecture and interior design awards, Alberto Joins full time the School of Architecture as a Lecturer in Architecture in Adaptive Reuse in January 2023

Qualified as a Mental health first aider, Alberto works as a volunteer in South Manchester for the initiatives “Chorlton Good Neighbours” and “Stories of our lives” holding a diversity commendation since 2009