Carme Pinos graduated at the ETSAB of Barcelona in 1979. From 1982 to 1991 she formed a partnership with Enric Miralles in Barcelona. In 1991 she set up her own studio and transferred the supervision and construction of several projects initiated in her previous office. Since then she has combined her activity as an architect with teaching, working as a guest professor.
Projects having a great impact on her career are the Pedestrian Bridge in Petrer (Alicante), the Juan Aparicio Waterfront in Torrevieja (Alicante), La Serra High School in Mollerussa, the Cube Tower in in Guadalajara (Mexico) and the Primary School in Castelldefels (Barcelona). She is currently working on several projects.
Carme Pinos has received various prizes and mentions for her work and since 2008 she is a board member of the Spanish national Museum of Architecture and Urban Space.