Walkway-viewpoint over mines Rioseco

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Architects
Zon-e / Nacho Ruiz Allén and Jose Antonio Ruiz Esquiroz.
Collaborators
Sara López Arraiza
Quantity surveyor
Manuel Martínez Manso
Area
60 sqm
Client
City Council Riosa
Constractor
Jaime Fernández S.L.
Cost
€54,600
Photography
Miguel de Guzmán / Imagen Subliminal.

Nacho Ruiz Allén, Josean Ruiz Esquiroz. ZON-E

Nacho Ruiz Allén. Born in Oviedo in 1975. He studied at the ETSAUN (University of Navarra) and the ETSAB (Politécnica University of Catalonia) where in 2001 he obtained the title of Architect. Since 2008 he is an assistant professor in the Department of Architectural Projects ETSAM (Politecnica University of Madrid), working in the Semipresencial Workshop Final Project. He has also been guest critic of the subject of projects at several universities. Currently a Ph.D. student in ETSAM. It is part of the Landscape Research Group of the UPM.

Josean Ruiz Esquiroz. Born in Pamplona in 1975. He studied at the ETSAUN (University of Navarra) and the ETSAB (Polotécnica University of Catalonia) where in 2000 he obtained the title of Architect. La Caixa scholarship in 2002. Graduated in Advanced Architectural Design Master MAAD in GSAPP Columbia University, New York 02-03. GSAPP Assistant Professor at Columbia University 03-04. Visiting Professor at Buffalo School of Architecture of the State University of New York in 2008. Associate Professor Projects ETSAM. It is part of the Landscape Research Group of the UPM.

Josean RUIZ ESQUIROZ

Josean Ruiz Esquíroz is a PhD architect (summa cum laude) from the ETSAM (Madrid); Extraordinary doctorate prize from the UPM (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid); Graduated with honors (Lucille Smyser Award) at the Master in Advanced Architectural Design in the GSAPP at Columbia University in New York; and a Licensed architect from ETSAB (Barcelona) since the year 2000.

Currently he is teaching at ETSAM as an Associate professor of Design, and as a professor of theory at the LAB4 in the Master´s Degree. He has been adjunct professor of design at Buffalo School of Architecture at the State University of New York, SUNY, and Teacher Assistant at the GSAPP at Columbia University. He is a member of the Research Group GIPC (Grupo de Investigación del Paisaje Cultural).

In 2002 he won a grant from La Caixa Felloship Program to study his Master´s degree in the United States, and since then he has received several grants to develop different independent studies, related with architecture, sustainability, landscape and theory.

ruizesquiroz architects (REA) starts in the XXI century as a transversal design office in a time when contemporary architecture is deeply rethinking its ability to transform reality. From a renewed optimism, we explore new solutions to problems often inedited, moving our practice to the margins of the discipline. What once seemed solid, stable and timeless now becomes fluid and multiple, making the temporal dimension the new matter of our century, as important as space, light and matter in the modern classicism.

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