“Russian dolls” game to preserve the geometric relationship of the set. Henche House by Taller Abierto

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Taller Abierto. Lead Architects.- Daniel Martínez Díaz, Nacho Román Santiago, Julio Rodríguez Pareja.
Collaborators.- Jorge López Sacristán. Engineering.- ETESA. Technical Architects.- Elena Marián Picazo, Natalia Plaza Parra.
324.0 m²
Biocalce, Cortizo, DAIKIN, Kerakoll.
Eduardo Mascagni Valero.

Arquitectos Taller Abierto

Taller Abierto, young and innovative architecture studio based in Madrid. He develops his professional work within the field of architecture, urban planning, landscaping and design, for both the public and private sectors. Our main line of research is housing, from a global understanding of the landscape, of new construction techniques and with a development process that necessarily considers sustainability and respect for the natural environment on which it operates. Taller Abierto has been recognized several times since its recent creation in 2011. It has won the first prize in the international "Living Aleutian Home" contest for the construction of sustainable housing in Alaska. His work has been selected and presented in numerous forums and national and international exhibitions - (Oregon, Milan and Tokyo)

Daniel Martinez Diaz, architect by the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) in 2008. Assistant Professor of Architectural Projects at ETSAM in the Teaching Unit of Alberto Campo Baeza. 2006-2010. Architect collaborator in the professional studies of architect professors Alberto Morell Sixto (2003-2007) and Mariano Bayón Álvarez (2008-2011). Currently, he develops a doctoral thesis on the work of Jean Prouvé, as a researcher in the Department of Architectural Projects of the ETSAM, and combines academic activity with professional activity applying his research on industrialization to the development of projects mainly experimental housing. He is part of the Research Group "Geometries of Contemporary Architecture" of the Department of Architectural Projects of the ETSAM.

Nacho Román Santiago, architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) in 2008. Assistant professor in the Teaching Unit of José Manuel López-Peláez in the Department of Architectural Projects of the ETSAM (2011-2014). He has worked as a collaborating architect in the studies of architect professors Carlos Asensio-Wandosell (2005-2007) and Mariano Bayón Álvarez (2007-2011). He currently combines teaching, academic and professional activities: He is a professor of construction and projects at the School of Architecture of Toledo (UCLM), develops his doctoral thesis on English architecture of the modern movement, and develops projects in the architecture studio Open Workshop, focused on research and construction of new housing models. He has maintained a process of research and artistic creation since 1988. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions and has been distinguished with prestigious awards.

Julio Rodriguez Pareja, architect by the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) 2007. He won the first prize in the IV National contest of ideas for young architects in 2004 as co-author with Carlos Luxán Antón-Pacheco. He collaborates in the professional studies of the architects Álvaro de Torres McCrory (2005), Rodrigo Aragón and Ignacio Lumbier (2006-2007), Mariano Bayón Álvarez (2007-2011) and José María de Lapuerta (2011). Currently, he develops his professional work as an autonomous architect collaborating in different national projects and is developing a line of research within the Open Workshop for the construction of experimental housing in rural environments.



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