Yolanda Yuste studied industrial engineering at the University of Zaragoza. After transferring to the Technical University of Braunschweig, in Germany, she continued industrial engineering and added architecture to her studies.
Later, during her stay in Berlin, she graduated from the University of the Arts in 2001 and started working for international architectural offices such as Renzo Piano/Kohlbecker, Jean Nouvel, Pysall.Ruge and Alusi Design and exhibition design for the German Expo 2000 pavilion in Hanover Collaboration on projects such as the Debis Tower on Potsdamer Platz, the Galeries Lafayette or the Canada House Building in Berlin.
In 2.003 she moved to Barcelona to found an associated studio with Tobias Laarmann, offering architecture and interior design services on residential, commercial, hospitality, sanitary and corporate projects.
Yolanda Yuste teaches post-graduate courses at the Elisava Barcelona School of Design and Engineering.