Collective housing in 21st century Europe. Domestic Sunrises at the Museo ICO

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Architects
Alfonso Reina Ferragut, Antonio Martín Procopio, Carles Oliver Barceló, Xim Moyá Costa; Pau Vidal, Sergi Pons, Ricard Galiana; Ilo arkkitehdit; Einszueins Architektur; Brandlhuber + Emde, Burlon + Muck Petzet Architects; Lacaton & Vassal, F. Druot, C. Hutin; Cobe; Vandkunsten Architects; Bonhôte Zapata; Juul & Frost; Müller Sigrist Architekten; Schneider Studer Primas GmbH; Babled Nouvet Reynaud Architectes; Lacol SCCL; Maison Edouard François; OMA; Sou Fujimoto, Nicolas Laisné, Dimitri Roussel & OXO.
Dates
5.10.2022 > 15.01.2023.
Location
Museo ICO, C/ Zorrilla, 3, Madrid, Spain.
Photography
Julio César González, Andrea Helbling, Adrià Goula, Stefan Bremer, Hertha Hurnaus, David von Becker, Philippe Ruault, Rasmus Hjortshøj, Anne Mette Manelius, Johannes Marburg, Line Stybe Vestergaard, Martin Stollenwerk Zürich Switzerland, José Hevia, Frédéric Delangle, IMHAB, Boegly + Grazia, Sebastian van Damme (OMA), Sergio Grazia.

Carmen Espegel

Carmen Espegel is a Professor of Architectural Projects at the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM-UPM). Her research focuses mainly on housing, women in architecture, and architectural criticism. She directs the Collective Housing Research Group GIVCO.

At the academic level, she has taught in Italy, the United States, Belgium, Holland, Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She was Deputy Director of International Relations at the ETSAM between 2005 and 2008. Her critical thinking is reflected in books, including Carmen Espegel. Textos Críticos (2022), Atlas de los Poblados Dirigidos (2021), Donne Architetto nel Movimento Moderno (2021), Women Architects in the Modern Movement (2018), Aires Modernos, E.1027: Maison en bord de mer de Eileen Gray y Jean Badovici (2010) and Heroínas del espacio (2008).

Estudio. AMANN CÁNOVAS MARURI

Amann, Cánovas, Maruri, architecture firm established by: Atxu Amann Alcocer, Andrés Cánovas Alcaraz and Nicolás Maruri Mendoza.

Atxu Amann Alcocer. Madrid 1961. Architect by the ETSA of Madrid. Doctorate from ETSAM with outstanding Cum Llaude, 2007. Urban Planning Technician from the Urban Studies Center of I.E.A.L. (M.A.P.) Scholar of the Technische Hoschule of Darmstadt (Germany) in CAAD. Director of the magazine Arquitectos. Director of the Postgraduate courses in Editorial Design for the European Social Fund. Professor in the postgraduate courses of Editorial Graphic Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Madrid. Professor of the Department of Architectural Graphic Ideation of ETSAM

Andrés Cánovas Alcaraz. Cartagena 1958. Architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid. Prometheus Scholarship at Tecniche Hoschule. Darmstatd. Germany. Director of the "Monographs of Architects" Collection. Director of the "Monographs of Buildings" Collection, Director of the "Crítica de Arquitectura" Collection, Director and editor of the magazine Arquitectos, 1987-2006, Professor of the CSDM of the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Faculty of Fine Arts of the Complutense University, European Design Institute, Coordinator of several postgraduate courses in Graphic Design Editorial in the Faculty of Fine Arts, the European Institute of Design and the European Social Fund. Faculty of Fine Arts, UCM, Professor of the Master of Aesthetics and Theory of Arts of the Autonomous University, Professor of Design Master of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Salamanca, Professor of the Master of Intervention in the Heritage of the ETSAM Professor of the Tourism Master of the UPC of Barcelona.

He has been secretary of the Final Project Project Tribunal at ESTAM. UPM. Deputy Director of the Spanish Architecture Biennial. Director of the Summer Course at the University of Almería. Visiting Professor at the Universities of Salamanca, San Sebastián, La Coruña, Seville, Navarra, Valencia, Polytechnic of Cartagena, SEK of Segovia, Alfonso X, Advanced Architecture Institute of Barcelona, ​​Polytechnic University of Catalonia, London AA, Montpellier, Rome Tre , Calgliari, Toulouse, Javeriana from Bogotá, Chicago IIT and Arizona CAPLA. He is a professor of Projects of the ETSAM Academic Coordinator of the MCH of the ETSAM. UPM and Director of the Projects area. Professor of the subject "Sociology of Housing".

Nicolás Maruri Mendoza. Madrid 1961. Architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid. Doctorate from ETSAM with outstanding Cum Llaude, 2007. Prometheus Scholarship at Tecniche Hoschule Darmstatd. Germany. Master's Degree in Building from Columbia University. NY. He is a professor in the Projects Department of ETSAM. He has been: Secretary of the Court of the ETSAM End-of-Degree Project and Visiting Professor at the University of Arizona. He has given conferences in London AA, San Sebastian, SEK of Segovia.

José María de Lapuerta, Paloma Campo. DL+A Arquitectos

DL+A is an architectural office directed by José María de Lapuerta and Paloma Campo with a 25-years long career in professional practice of architecture, engineering and interior design also related to research and teaching. Our regular team gets completed by usual collaborations with engineering firms such as OVE ARUP, Úrculo Engineering, Valladares Engineering, Gogaite, Calconsa, etc.

Our works have been recognised with the most outstanding awards and, most of them, have been published in prestigious professional magazines: Two works selected in different Spanish Architecture Biennials, Madrid City Council Awards, Finalists in FAD Awards, Two prizes in EUROPAN competition, three works awarded by Offitial order of Architects of Madrid. It should be highlighted as well the obtaining of LEED Gold Certification for sustainable building for the first time in Spain in Coca-Cola Headquarters. Currently developing the projecto of the first school building in Spain with Passivhaus certificate, and near to Zero consumption building that wont have connextion to electrical supply company.

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