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Iñaqui Carnicero Architecture Office is a space of thinking where ideas emerge as a balanced combination of three activities : building, research and academia. Principals Iñaqui Carnicero and Lorena del Río, both currently Visiting Professors at Cornell University, bring together extensive and diverse building experience. Our offices in Madrid and New York define a bridge of conection to explore new solutions of architectural exchange between both cultures.

miércoles, 22 de junio de 2011

La casa 1+1=1 publicada en la revista: "En blanco". Catedra blanca de Valencia

La catedra Blanca de Valencia publica la revista "En Blanco" donde selecciona una serie de viviendas realizas en hormigón armado y donde se encuentra entre otras la casa 1+1=1.
Las viviendas que se incluyen en el número son:
Vivienda Unifamiliar en Los Peñascales, Torrelodones, Madrid, España; Iñaqui Carnicero.
 Bloques Normales; Raúl Castellanos Gómez, Débora Domingo Calabuig. 
Casa en el Jardín del Sol, Taraconte, Tenerife, España; Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos. 
Casa JD, Mar Azul, Partido de Villa Gesell, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina; BAK Arquitectos. 
Casa Paraty, Paraty, Río de Janeiro, Brasil; Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan. 
Casa en Camino a Farellones, Santiago, Chile; Max Núñez B. y Bernardo Valdés E. 
Casa en Frontenex, Ginebra, Suiza; Charles Pictet Architecte FAS SIA. 
Casa en Estoril, Lisboa, Portugal; Jorge Mealha. 
Casa en Lumino, Suiza; Davide Macullo + Marco Strozzi. 
House O, Chiba, Japón; Sou Fujimoto. 
Atelier Katharina Grosse, Berlín, Alemania; Augustinundfrankarchitekten. 
Maison du Béton en Zwickau, Cainsdorf, Alemania; atelier st.
Vivienda Unifamiliar en Motril, Granada, España; Gijón Arquitectura.

jueves, 2 de junio de 2011

Workshop de verano en el antiguo Palacio de Spalato, Split (Croacia)

SYMMETRIES: Conceptual reconsideration of the past and its projection into the future has been a dominant theme throughout the history of architecture. This could be considered to be especially relevant today as a counter-force upon the on-going fascination with the avang-garde in many architectural schools and also given the current cultural and economic crisis which encourages a critical revision of inherited methods and protocols. In this context, the idea of “symmetries” emerges as a powerful concept for revisiting old urban tissues, particularly those which rather than encapsulating the past have opted for a creative and dialectic relationship with it, as occurs very eloquently in the city of Split. The emergence of a new city inside old Diocletian’s Palace conserving its original structure for a different use may give way to tracing and documenting the different symmetries (or a-symmetries, or equivalences, or opposites...) between now and then as a platform of possibilities for the future of Split. Student will therefore explore these latent symmetries with a variety of architectural, artistic and observational tools.
This workshop is a joint-venture between Madrid’s Architecture School (ETSAM) and Split’s Architecture School (GAF).