Cultural practices

First exhibited at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, 'In Opera' is a multi-authorial and medial piece that explores the spatial and territorial implications of Uruguay's young Forest Law in the context of a future of fairer and more inclusive wooden constructions.

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We believe that the pursuit of new narratives surrounding architecture and spatial practices is essential for the construction of new worlds.

The language is rapidly updated to put into words our accelerated time. What if the creation of neologisms preceded reality to transform it? 'We Need New Concepts' called for inventing unpublished words capable of naming new behaviors, desires, and architectures.

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The cultural dimension of architecture intertwines organically with our production, constantly experimenting with other ways of communicating architecture.

Research, collective workshops in remote landscapes, publications, open talks in our workspace, or exhibitions in various institutions are other fundamental ways of practicing architectures and constructing new disciplinary narratives.

"Ways of Prefab-ing" is a multi-format editorial project: informational, social media-based, printed, and/or exhibition-based. It is a review of a series of projects through the notion of 'prefab-ing', a neologism that refers to a disposition to think and produce from the prefab state.

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our work methods:

→ Prefab processes
→ Existing structures
→ Natural environments
→ Cultural practices

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