Transformation of an old industrial building. 3D3N by Zigzag Arquitectura and Rodrigo Delso

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Zigzag Arquitectura. Bernardo Angelini, David Casino (project + construction phase). Rodrigo Delso (project phase).
Clara Buenadicha. Quantity Surveyor.- Alberto López. Structures.- Jesús Crespo. MEP.- Juan Alacid. Landscaping.- Carmen Varela.
600 sqm.
Comienzo Proyecto.- junio 2018. Comienzo Obra.- enero 2019. Fin de Obra.- noviembre 2020.
Avenida Ciudad de Barcelona 47-49, Madrid, Spain.

Bernardo Angelini, David Casino. Zigzag arquitectura

Zigzag arquitectura, is a Madrid-based architecture firm established by Bernardo Angelini and David Casino, in 2005.

Bernardo Angelini is an architect, Master in Advanced Architectural Projects from ETSAM and professor of projects at URJC. Previously, he also taught at IE University and UPSAM.

David Casino is Doctor in Architect, Master in Advanced Architectural Projects from ETSAM and professor of projects at the same school. He previously taught at UEM, IE University and ESNE.

Their work has been recognized with the Architecture Award at the XI BEAU Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism 2011 and other prestigious distinctions, among which are: AR + d Awards for Emerging Architecture 2011 (Highly Commended Project); Ugo Rivolta European Architecture Awards 2011 (Progetto Segnalato); V Enor Architecture Awards 2011 (Finalist); III Prize Arquía Próxima 2012 (Finalist); Triennal Architecture of Neccesity 2013 (Finalist); XVI COACAN Architecture Awards 2014 (Special Public Prize) and XIII BEAU Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism 2016 (Finalist I Call for Research, Product Category). It has recently obtained the First Prize in the competition for the new UC3M Biomedical Sciences building. His work has been published in numerous national and international media and has been part of various group exhibitions.

Rodrigo Delso

Rodrigo Delso is a PhD in Architect from ETSAM and a Master in Research Architecture (Goldsmiths University. He is a professor in the Department of Architectural Projects at ETSAM and a researcher at the Hypermedia Group, having developed his academic activity also at Lund University, the Illinois Institute of Technology or the Royal Academy of Arts The Hague Together with Javier Argota, he is co-founder of the JARD studio ( dedicated to the investigation of artificial and automatic architectures, having been awarded in national and international architectural competitions and exhibitions.



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