The architect Miquel Àngel Lacomba Seguí was born in Palma de Mallorca in 1971, and founded the studio MIQUEL LACOMBA ARCHITECTS in 1997.
He has won several architectural competitions, and in recent years his projects have been published in a variety of books and magazines that specialise in architecture, at both national and international level.
Miquel Lacomba Architects has undertaken projects that range from single-family homes to apartment blocks, public buildings, and urban design projects.
In 2009 Palma de Mallorca Town Hall commissioned him to carry out a project to renovate Sant Frances Xavier Square, in collaboration with the municipal architect Federico Climent.
In 2005 he participated in the "Big and Beautiful" conference for architects and urban design professionals, organized by the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design, in Holland.
In 2002 the Balear Regional Government´s Ministry for Education and Culture employed him to build a nursery and primary school in Cas Capiscol, Palma de Mallorca, together with the architect Joan Riera.
From 2002 to 2005 he was a lecturer at the Balear Institute of Design (ESDIB). which is attached to the Regional Government Ministry for Education. Culture and Universities of the Balear Regional Government.
In 1997 he worked at the Directorate-General for Land Use Planning and Development of the Regional Government of the Balear Islands. The following year he was hired by the Balearic Islands Association of Architects (COAIB), where he worked in the urban design department.
In 1996 he received a degree in architecture from the School of Architecture of the Vallés of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, and was awarded a first class for his final-year project.
In 1994 he was awarded an Erasmus grant to study for a year at the School of Architecture of the KTH University in Stockholm, Sweden.
In 1989 he began studying architecture at the School of Architecture of the Vallés of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.