A house woven into the landscape. Tejida House by Zuloark and Santiago Pradilla Arquitectos

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Project team
Santiago Pradilla, Zuloark, Jóse López, Sergio Carranza, Laura Vispe.
Consulting and Calculation of Structures.- Antonio Fernández Caro. Assembly and Community.- Doña Mariela, Don Isauro, Ramiro, Don William, Rafa, Oswaldo, Robinson, Lisbet, Anayibe, El ladrón, Angel, Crisanto, Evaristo, Alquímides, Karen, Oscar, Josué Pablo Tourrenc and their friends (especially Jean Baptiste), Armando, Juan Carlos, Henry Nicolás and Christina Serifi.
Wood.- Maderas Los Alcazares, Carlos Bernal. Metal.- Lormicortes, Lilia, Miguel, Mauricio, Rubén. Fabrics.- Design and Art La Fuente, Ms. Maria. Ceramic Roof tiles.- Novarcilla, Carlos Guerra.
Juana Mayorga, Pablo Tourrenc and Maya.
Nocaima, Cudinamarca, Colombia.

Santiago Pradilla Hosie. Santiago Pradilla Arquitectos

Santiago Pradilla Arquitectos is an architecture studio founded by Santiago Pradilla Hosie, an architect from the Javeriana University and a Master in Habitat and Housing from the National University of Colombia, Bogotá.

Santiago is the winner of the 2019 National Architecture Award - Colombian Society of Architects. and winner of the National Architecture Biennial in 2018 and 2014. He has received other important international recognitions such as the Cemex Award in Mexico, Final Selection in 2019 from the Arquia-Spain Foundation. and the 2018 nomination for the Mies Crown Americas Prize in Chicago.

He has rehabilitated various buildings of the modern movement in Bogotá and is also the author of the books: "Emotional cartographies, an approach to Housing of cultural interest" 2010, published by the National University and "Cupica" published by the Javeriana University in 2005.

Co-founding partner of El taller de Santiago y Sebastián and Estudio Palafito. He currently teaches at the Javeriana University and at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá.

Juan Chacón. ZULOARK

Zuloark is an Open Office of Architecture and Urbanism founded in 2001. Since then, the office has worked on liquid and collaborative professional models, building shared responsibility environments in which to share the authorship of projects with as many agents as possible. It currently has an open office in Madrid, Berlin, Barcelona, ​​Mexico City and Brussels.

Zuloark's activity, working on different platforms such as El Campo de Cebada or Inteligencias Colectivas, has been internationally recognized with different awards, Golden Nica 2013, XII Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Biennial Award, 2012 Ibero-American Architecture and Urbanism Biennial Award, Urbanism Award at the IV Arquia Próxima Awards, First Arquia Próxima 2012 Award and UN Best Practice at the 2014 Dubai International Award.

His work has been shown in different cultural institutions around the world, such as the MoMA in NewYork, the Akademie Der Kunste in Berlin, the Lisbon Architecture Triennial or in Matadero Madrid.




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