Architecture springs up in the streets. Concéntrico 02

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Javier Peña Ibáñez
Fundación Cultural de los Arquitectos de La Rioja [Cultural Foundation of La Rioja Architects] (FCAR)
David Bergasa.- Urban wedge. Javier Dulín.- 02+04=Alexander Platz. ESDIR students.- Fragmented courtyard: Architecture for cats. María Beni Ezquerro, Isabel Castillón Gómez & Rocío García Samaniego.- Hortus Conclusus. Fernando Abellanas.- Hidden city. MAIO.- Boogie. Gabrielle Vinson, Quentin Devoyer & Edwin Toledo.- Urban living room.


David Bergasa Pascual, since 2005, has been collaborating regularly with Blasco y Esparza practice, with headquarters in Tudela and Pamplona, in the drafting of projects and competitions of all kinds. In 2006 Bergasa started his own studio, Bergasa Architecture, based in Alfaro.

During these years Bergasa has also combined his professional career with teaching and research being an associated professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Navarra in the course of descriptive geometry and technical drawing. Bergasa is also as an assistant to the subject of projects in the Master of Architectural Design, at this same school. His research experience is related to the cellars built in the twentieth century in La Rioja Alavesa and La Rioja.



María Beni Ezquerro, Isabel Castillón Gómez and Rocío García Samaniego studied Architecture in the schools of Barcelona, Madrid and Valladolid. They are developing their careers in Sao Paulo, Burdeos, Senegal y París.

Maria Charneco, Alfredo Lérida, Guillermo López, Anna Puigjaner. MAIO

MAIO brings together creators to generate ideas and architectural solutions in order to re-imagine objects and sites.

MAIO was founded in 2005. It is currently led by Maria Charneco, Alfredo Lérida, Guillermo López and Anna Puigjaner, architects based in Barcelona, that combine professional activities with academic and research ones.

The works done by MAIO have been published in magazines such as ONdiseño and DETAIL among others. MAIO has been awarded several times, among which stands out: LampLighting Solutions Award 2009, FAD Award finalist in 2007 and 2008, Girona College of Architects Award in 2007, New Working Fields Award finalist in 2009 of the National College of Architects of Spain CSCAE, and finalist of the Arquia/Proxima Award in 2010 of the Architect’s Bank Foundation ARQUIA.

People and others that have collaborated in MAIO projects:

Olga Felip, Josep Camps, Maria Charneco, Alfredo Lérida, Guillermo López, Anna Puigjaner, GMK, Saint-Gobain, Schott, Mecrimar, Construmat-Fira de Barcelona, Ajuntament de Barcelona, Toldos Maillol, Brigadas Municipales del Ayuntamiento de Girona, Aceroid, Lamp Lighting, Rètols Gispert, Metàl·lics Cabratosa, Vallès School of Architecture ETSAV.





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