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2019 / 2021.
Barcelona, Madrid, Spain.
Geray Mena, Estudio-Perplejo, Luis Hevia, Anna Mas.

Stephanie Chaltiel

Stephanie Chaltiel is a French architect and interior designer working with innovative techniques and natural materials offering unique designs for each project. She began her career in Mexico and French Guyana building by hand with local dwellers houses.

After working for Bernard Tschumi in New York, OMA and Zaha Hadid she started her own practice, MuDD Architects. Her award winning projects marrying cutting edge technology and raw materials (ACADIA, MIT 2017, part of the ICON Design 100 talents 2019 and Dezeen Awards Winners Highly commended mention) has been presented and exhibited worldwide.

She taught at SUTD Singapore, Westminster London, AA London, Ravensbourne London, and at the architectural school of Brighton and more recently at Elisava Barcelona. She was also during 4 years an EU Marie Curie scholarship recipient when she develped the drone spray technology for sustainable architecture and refurbishments.

Guillermo Santomá

Guillermo Santomá is an architect/designer living and working in Barcelona. Born in 1984, after get a MA in design from Elisava Barcelona, Santomà attracted attention to his work after his total transformation of Casa Horta – an architectonic, artistic intervention in a traditional horta-house from the beginning of the 20th century. Santomà places himself somewhere in-between architecture and design and creates complete environments for his work to act in.

Since construction, Santomà works in different formats that move between design, architecture, sculpture and scenography. It uses simple mechanisms to alter familiar objects in a constant process of deformation creating complete environments. His work denotes an interest in the systematic transformation of the ways of objectifying, organizing, analyzing and, therefore, of transmitting. He could be described as being interested in how a space is affected by the production of elements vaguely similar to furniture as well as by chromatic interventions.

It seems that the force that motivates his interest in the architecture is driven by the question: how does the social space of a reactionary mind look? The question is a sensitive one because we tend to ascribe the practice of art to liberal values, even though there are plenty of historical examples of artists who by no means share such principles. Yet Santomà adds another twist: the artist is not only interested in how politics shapes character and how character shapes taste, but also how, then, taste shapes the body. Do ultra-conservatives sit in chairs similar to the liberals?

Mario Pasqualotto

Mario Pasqualotto born in Barcelona 1953, is an artist of wide-ranging interests: his creative activity encompasses many different fields of the plastic arts, including installations -performance- environments, sculpture, sculpture-painting, jewellery and the graphic arts.

Mario works mainly from his studio in Barcelona, which he considers his base. He also regularly spends seasons in Plainfield, New Jersey (US) and has worked in other locations in Spain and the USA, as well as in Italy and Germany. He first exhibited his work in Italy and Spain in 1975, with subsequent exhibitions in various European cities. See his currículum vitae on this site for further details of exhibitions as well as photographs of his works.

Pasqualotto usually works in series and each project involves the accumulation of large amounts of materials. In a lengthy process of selection and elimination are distilled into the final form.



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