Pablo Oriol & Fernando Rodriguez will be lecturing at Politecnico di Milano next Wednesday, November 27th, under the suggesting title ‘Landscape as Composition’.
Afterwards, a critic session will be held at Laboratorio di Progettazione hosted by Professors Antonia Chiesa and Danielle Villa.
Politecnico di Milano / Departamento si Architettura e Estudi Urbani
Laboratorio Missura e Scala della Città Contemporanea
Pablo Oriol and Fernando Rodríguez will take part in the “New Generations Festival” (November, 28th , 29th, 30th 2013, Milan), one of the high point of a research project led in 2012 and 2013 by Itinerant Office.
The main objective of the New Generations Festival in Milan is to create the conditions for a real encounter that is extremely important to improve bonding and collaboration among different professionals. Organizing three days of opportunities for sharing, debates and mutual exchange, involving a local community (the city of Milan) and the network of people that has been following the New Generations Platform during the last year, we set the basis for a sustainable cooperation among various components.
You can find more information in the link below:
MO House Film is already on line. Miguel de Guzman’s magnificent work with FRPO’s MO House has result into this short film. Just 3 minutes and 10 seconds to see how life goes on through the woods…
Please have a look at it on the web.
Works are in progress for the construction of Pavilion San Lucas. The 11×11 meter concrete structure grid is already finished and surrounded by the pine trees.
FRPO’s proposal for the Pavillon de la Danse in Geneva, Switzerland, awarded with a 4th prize in the International Competition organized by the Ville de Genève and the Association pour la Danse Contemporaine Genève.
The project is featured in an Exhibition at Forum Faubourg until October 26th.
The Prefabricated Housing Prototypes developed for Cubiquiti in Puebla, Mexico, are close to their completion. Works are in progress and in the next weeks the houses will be finally showcased.
Magazine Arquitectura Viva features MO House on its #154 issue, Houses as Shelters.