Eduard Navarro founded SUM ARCHITECTURE in 2007. He is also the founder of the Georgia Beautiful Movement, a think tank on dense urbanism in the American South, and principal of Percheron&Pegasus Investment Corp. With SUM as architectural consultant, Percheron&Pegasus is currently working on the design, financing and development of a collection of avant-garde, green, dense urban villages in Georgia. Originally from Valencia, Spain, Eduard studied architecture at the Ecole d'Archietcture de la Villette in Paris and at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, where he received his bachelors in 2000. At Columbia University in New York he achieved the Master of Finance in Real Estate and the Master of Architecture in 2004.