The architects Fernando Vegas and Camilla Mileto develope their projects from the Universitat Politècnica of València (Spain), where they teach as full professors. They have designed social housing in irregular and difficult lots for old cities, looking for a harmonization of contemporary architecture and historic contexts (Maldonado and Recaredo social housing, Bellvís appartments, all at Valencia). They have worked in architectural conservation, whenever necessary to add new elements trying to use traditional materials with a contemporary grammar in a way that they integrate in the old building, like the Barber’s Room at the Alhambra of Granada, or Bofilla Tower in Valencia - Domus Award 2012-. They have created several Master Plans for the conservation of historic cities and castles. They have also designed landscape interventions in historic environments, like the Silk Garden at Valencia, or the Garden of Memory at Vinaròs. They are presently involved in learning from vernacular knowledge both for a new sustainable architecture and for a 0 km conservation of existing buildings, for example, in Soriano-Manzanet funerary chapel at Vila-Real, refurbishment of and old house at Sesga.