Local materials and concrete in context. Moulat House by CCA

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CCA. Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica, Bernardo Quinzaños, Ignacio Urquiza.
Eduardo de la Cruz, Jennifer Lamadrid, Claudia Gómez Farías, Francisco Gallástegui. Estructura.- Ricardo Camacho. Ingenierías.- Ángel Baltazar, Carlos Arellano.
CCA, Santiago Vélez and Xavier Estévez.
December 2017
608 m²

Bernardo Quinzaños. Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica

Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica (CCA). Architecture practice based in Mexico City was founded in 2008 by Bernardo Quinzaños Oria, dedicated to the research, conceptualization and development of architectural and urban projects seeking to generate a positive impact in their context and society.

Bernardo Quinzaños. (Mexico City, 1984) He completed his learning in Architecture and Urban Planning at the Universidad Iberoamericana (2007). He began his career in the arts and has participated in numerous exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. He has undertaken various projects related to the architectural field, sustainability and technology. He currently serves as CEO within CCA.

In 2016, architect Santiago Vélez (Mexico City, 1983) joined the CCA team as a partner and Construction Director. Graduated from the Architecture and Urban Planning program at the Universidad Iberoamericana de la Ciudad de México (2007), he completed a master's degree in Engineering with a speciality in Construction Administration from the Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México (2017).

Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica (CCA) has received various national and international awards and recognitions.



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