The Form of Care, a chromatic project for healthy spaces. Nexus8 clinical space by Magicarch

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Magicarch.- María José Marcos.    
Project team
Jonatan Berna, Juan Ramon Sepulcre, Beatriz Arranz, Adrián Osorio, Mercedes Naranjo, Paula Pastor, Belén Lorca, María Escribano, Natalia Gómez, Antonio Javier Loncan Lozano.
Project Manager.- José Antonio Castillejo Marín. Health and Safety Coordinator.- José Antonio Castillejo Marín. Engineering, Climate and Industry.- Jano engineers. Masonry.- Rasemur. Carpentry.- Francisco Tornel Roca. Plumbing.- Alberto López López. Installation Climate and ventilation.- JFA. Electricity installation.- Mariano Carrasco. CCTV installation and alarm.- Preveser. Lighting.- Acontraluz. Pladur and cast.- Francisco Noguera.
Stone and Neolith.- Mármoles San Javier. Surgical sanitary.- Tafinox. Wood Floor.- Laumar Parquets Y Tarimas S.L. Epoxy floor.- Rivasol Levante S.L. Stretch ceiling.- Barrisol, Aislamientos Proplac. Locksmith.- Santemetal. Painting.- Botía Pintura Decorativa C.B. Carpentry and Glass.- Cristalban, Cristalería Ibañez S.L. Curtain and plastics.- Rafael Plastics. Signs and signage.- Surarte Imagen S.A.L.
Av. Patricio Valverde Espín #8, Murcia, Spain.
David Frutos, Jonatan Berna.   

María José Marcos. Magicarch

María José Marcos directs her MAGICARCH Architecture studio since 2008, focused on Architecture and Urban Planning Projects.

She has been a Professor of Projects at Soongsil University in Seoul, a visiting professor at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, at the UIC in Barcelona, ​​in the Iñaki Abalos teaching unit of ETSAM and currently directs the 'Projects Zero' Unit in the University of Alicante.

From MAGICARCH she collaborates on several projects with Ábalos-Sentkiewicz, Enrique Nieto, Xpiral, or Antonio Abellán. Her vision of Architecture has a great influence from Asia for the years she lived in Seoul. The specialized field of its 'MAGICARCH' office focuses on the value of Ecology in design, its technological implementation, towards a healthier and more affective architecture. What she defines as 'atmospheric design' and is interested in contemporary cities and their controversy in the Anthropocene, capitalocene, and Chthuluceno as a new challenge.

María José Marcos is selected to exhibit at the Spain Pavilion of the 17th Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2021, she also exhibited at the last 16th Venice Biennale in 2018 and already as a student at the 8th Venice Biennale in 2002. Other relevant samples where he has exhibited are POST-OTTO WAGNER MAK from Vienna in 2018; ‘Seoul Architecture festival’ Seúll 2014, in the Arqueria de Los Nuevos Ministerios in Madrid 2017; 'The Mediterranean vs Caspian Sea' Baku, Azerbaijan in 2014. In 2012 she was selected in the '100 architects of the year' of the Korean Institute of Architects in Seoul and 2013 in the exhibition 'EXPORT Spanish Architects abroad' Museo Ico, Madrid, among others.

María José Marcos has been a finalist in the VII edition of the 2020 Arquia Awards with one work and cataloged with five other works in the same awards. He has also been a finalist in the XIII Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism of 2016, First Prize in 'Altres Pessebres' international contest of the COAC in 2012, Finalist in ONE PRIZE of New York in 2011 and ONE PRIZE of New York in 2014, Finalist in the Inspirelli Awards 2017, Selected for the III Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism 2008.



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