“todas nuestras creaciones son entregadas “listas para armar”; pueden ser levantadas en un corto período de tiempo y por pocos operadores, no necesitan radier de hormigón pues se montan sobre pilotes, pueden ser despachadas en conteiner a cualquier lugar del mundo.”

22/05/2012 § Leave a comment

top and middle:  alberto mozo, bip computers (2008)
bottom:  owa, hotel huerfanos (tbd)

there were a few highlights from this years latitudes symposium worth mentioning today.  the work and passion of alberto mozo stood out.  alberto’s past and future projects show a lot of promise.    he spent the majority of the lecture discussing the bip computers project which has garnered a lot of attention in 2008.  but it was the final image he showed which has me the most interested.  alberto, who has since formed his new office/workshop owa, is currently working on a renovation of the hotel huerfanos in chile.  the design, a grid of coffers, seems like an austere and classical addition, but, something tells me the project will be much more nuanced and contemporary.

 

pardon my absence.

a young hare

 

 

notes: 

[title]    today’s title comes from alberto mozo’s website opt for wood.

[images]     images were taken from alberto mozo’s website and plataforma arquitectos

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