A space for research. FLORA pavilion by IAAC

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Project team
Students of the Master in Advanced Ecological Buildings and Biocities (MAEBB) program, class 2021/22.- Andrea Paola Rubio Paredes, Leif-Andres Vallecillo Riksheim, Lillian Wanjiru Beauttah, Pablo Rafael Herraiz García de Guadiana, Prachi Agarwal, Rachael Margaret Verdugo Pelaez, Romain Jacques Kenny Russe, Roshni Chirag Shah, Shagun Modi, Zani Kerubo Gichuki, Iletutu "Tutu" Ibiyemi Awosika, Kshitij Ramlal Sarote, Mónica Irene Pérez Rivera, Prasidh Choudhary, Agnieszka Szklarczyk, Pongpol Punjawaytegul, Suwapat Rodprasert, Anton Hofstadt.
Emplacement.- Valldaura Labs (Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia)
Valldaura Labs Management.- Laia Pifarré.
Support.- Bruno Ganem, Alex Hadley, Gustavo Escudero.
Advice.- Marziah Zad, Miquel Rodriguez, Elena Orte, Guillermo Sevillano, Ignasi Caus, Miguel Nevado.
Sponsors.- Tallfusta, Alberch, Heco Schrauben Ibérica.
With the support of .-Cerdanyola del Vallès Town Hall.
Volunteers.- Marilia Fernandez Lockwood, Philipp Wienkämper.
El Parque de Collserola, Barcelona. Spain.

El Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Cataluña. IAAC

IAAC. El Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Cataluña is a research, training, production and communication center, located in Barcelona, which has been in business for 17 years. Its objective is to lead the mission of imagining the future habitat of our society and building it in the present. IAAC follows the digital revolution at all scales to push the boundaries of architecture and design, and address the challenges facing humanity. IAAC is an experimental and experiential center where you learn by doing, through an experimentation methodology that promotes real solutions.



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