Andrea Molina Cuadro is an architect and researcher whose work explores diverse forms of critical spatial practices across the disciplines of architecture, art, and ecology. She currently works at Storefront for Art and Architecture as a Gallery and Programs Fellow.

Andrea has taught Theory and History of Architecture at Columbia University's School of Professional Studies (New York) and has been Teaching Assistant at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (New York) for the class “History of Architectural Theory” with Professor Mark Wigley and at Barnard’s Department of Architecture (New York) for the class "City, Landscape, and Ecology" with Professor Ralph Ghoche. She has also been a researcher at the Center for Spatial Research (CSR) at Columbia University (New York) with Professor Laura Kurgan, where she participated in the project "Mobility, Temporality, and Africa's Future Politics" in collaboration with the African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS). She has also worked for several architectural design studios such as Estudio Herreros (Madrid) and Moneo Brock (Madrid). At Estudio Herreros she participated in the construction process, technical coordination, and interior design of the Munch Museum in Oslo (Norway) and in several landscape, urban, and housing projects in Mexico.

She has been artist-in-residence at the Mutant Institute of Environmental Narratives (IMNA) in Matadero Madrid, where she developed the project "Imaginando Usera: Una colección de Eco-ficciones para el futuro del distrito" (Imagining Usera: A collection of Eco-fictions for the future of the district). The project was exhibited in the public program of the Centro de Residencias Artísticas de Matadero Madrid and was the subject of a monographic documentary by Metrópolis, broadcasted on Radio Televisión Española (RTVE) on April 28, 2021.

Andrea has been awarded La Caixa Fellowship and has been nominated to the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) among other recognitions. She holds a M.S in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture from Columbia University, a Master’s in Architecture from the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM), and a Degree in Architecture and Urban Design from Alcalá University (Madrid), graduating Summa Cum Laude in both programs. She has also completed international exchange programs at the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Santiago de Chile (PUC) and at the Cologne University for Applied Sciences (TH Köln).