Dreams of lights on a structural wall. Wall with apartment by CUAC Arquitectura

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Architects
CUAC Arquitectura. Architects.- Tomás García Píriz and Javier Castellano Pulido.
Collaborators
Quantity surveyor.- Francisco Campos Fernández. Architect.- Álvaro Castellano Pulido. Structures.- Miguel Ángel Jiménez Dengra. Architecture students.- Nicolás Martínez Rueda, Roisin Purkis, Adele Cortesse.
Client
Adolfo Sánchez García.
Builder
CONSTRUCCIONES REQUENA ASENJO.
Area
60m²
Dates
2019.
Venue / Address
C/ Rio Dauro 3. Granada, Spain.
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Tomás García Píriz - Fco. Javier Castellano Pulido CUAC Arquitectura

CUAC Arquitectura is the studio formed by Tomás García Píriz and Fco. Javier Castellano Pulido, both graduated from E.T.S Architecture of Granada.

They have been guest teachers at Universidad Moderna of Lisboa (Portugal), Architecture School of Porto (Portugal), KA Kobenhaum University of Copenhague (Denmark), Facoltà di Architettura di Alghero, Università di Sassari (Cerdeña, Italy), Technische Universität Berlin and Accademia di Architectura di Mendrissio (Switzerland).

They have been lecturer at ETSA Granada (Spain), ETSA Madrid (Spain), ETSA Valencia (Spain), ETSA Alicante (Spain), Faculty of Fine Arts in Granada (Spain), ETSA Sevilla (Spain), KA Kobenhaum University of Copenhague (Denmark), EPFL, Lausanne (Switzerland), Academia di Architectura di Mendrissio (Switzerland) and many more...

Their work has been exhibited in national and international events in Jaén, Madrid, Seville, Leeuwarden, Rotterdam, Wien... In 2008 CUAC was selected by the Spanish Pavillion for the 11 Mostra Internazionnale di Architettura di Venezia. They has been also selected at ARQUIA PROXIMA Biennal of young Spanish architects (Edition 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014). In 2010 their work has been selected for the International ExhibitionLiquid Landscapes, European Landscape Exhibition in Barcelona. They also have been selected for the collective exhibition Global Design New York(London, 2012) o recently ABOVEMM(Selection of 30 Spanish Teams) in México and Arquitecturas Dispuestas in CAAC (Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo) Seville, Évora and Madrid.

 

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