Guillermo Marshall

Klokner Institute

Aoc architects

The studio Aoc obsessively examines the border between radical modernity and tradition, engages in research of technologies and applied aesthetics and produces realized projects trained by concept and conscious creation of the atmosphere of architecture. The studio is located in Prague, Letná and takes on a wide variety of projects. Among its realizations there are fountains for the Republic Square in Plzeň, residential villas in Roztoky, Bílá Hora or Mikovice, apartment buildings in Dejvice, the reconstruction of the theater Rokoko or the renewal of the avenue Revoluční in Prague. A current topic is a design for Spolkový dům in Horazďovice (first place in the two round competition in 2019). The stable group of architects in Aoc continuously collaborates with a number of specialized engineers, technologists, artists and theorists.


Tomás Bravo Nieto

Shou Sugi Ban o Yakisung

PMMT Arquitectura

La empresa PMMT Arquitectura, fundada por los arquitectos Maximià Torruella y Patricio Martínez, con oficinas en Madrid y Barcelona, cuenta con un cualificado equipo de profesionales, unos colaboradores excepcionales y con más de 25 años de acreditada experiencia en arquitectura sanitaria, socio-sanitaria, así como en el sector comercial, educativo y en accesibilidad universal.

Con más de 2.500.000 m2 proyectados tanto en el ámbito local como internacional y numerosos concursos en su haber, PMMT Arquitectura posee un departamento de innovación que le permite el desarrollo de proyectos de investigación tanto propios como para empresas e instituciones. Su obra ha sido premiada en prestigiosos certámenes, publicada en más de 100 medios especializados, ha formado parte de exposiciones nacionales e internacionales y el expertise de sus miembros les ha posicionado como reputados invitados en congresos,
universidades y debates, así como jurados en diversos concursos del sector hospitalario y articulistas en publicaciones especializadas.


Lacol es una cooperativa de arquitectos que trabajamos en el barrio de Sants, en Barcelona. Trabajamos desde la arquitectura para la transformación social, utilizándola como una herramienta para intervenir de manera crítica en el entorno más próximo. En paralelo con la sociedad, actuando de forma justa y solidaria y empezando por un sistema de trabajo horizontal.

Creemos que la manera de transformar la ciudad es mediante la participación activa de la gente que la habita y de la acción propositiva. Trabajamos sobre los intereses relacionados con la calidad de vida de todas las personas que compartimos la ciudad. La aportación del arquitecto se hace dentro del movimiento urbano, como una pieza más de este engranaje, ayudando a traducir inquietudes ciudadanas y plasmarlas sobre el papel; aportando criterios para la definición de objetivos y estrategias, así como herramientas para definir y comunicar ideas a través del dibujo gráfico…

Fomentamos, entre otros, el debate y la discusión sobre los usos de los espacios y la gestión de los espacios urbanos, los modelos de ciudad, la participación y la recuperación de patrimonio.

Facundo de Zuviría

Sus principales libros son Estampas Porteñas (1996), Siesta Argentina (2003), Paraná ra’angá (2013), Estampas (2015) y Frontalismo (2918). Sus fotos integran las colecciones del Metropolitan Museum of Art y el MoMA (New York), Fondation Cartier (París), y el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Museo de Arte Moderno y MALBA (Buenos Aires). Premio Konex (1992 y 2012).

Francisco Rocco

Agustina Recchia

Agostina Jancich

Alejandro Betancourt

Dorte Mandrup

Dorte Mandrup is a Danish architecture studio specialized in working with irreplaceable places – irreplaceable landscapes, cultures and stories. This is an exhilarating struggle – a negotiation between place, history, culture and local identity with the architect brought in to create new meaning. We the architects, work to highlight what is there and create new relevance, both challenging the place and underlining its inherent qualities. Unsentimental but contextually aware.

The studio was established in Copenhagen in 1999. As founder and Creative Director, Dorte Mandrup every day inspires an international team of 70 dedicated people, with a firm grasp on reality with a knack for dreaming out loud. They are driven by a devout belief in the possibilities of contemporary architecture and an experimental curiosity that insists on outstanding craftmanship.


Dorte Mandrup designs architecture from an artistic starting point. At its best, this leads to architecture as art and art as architecture, that understands and seduces its users and audiences. The studio designs with a sense of place and materiality. The Scandinavian heritage leads the team to naturally consider all human scale aspects in their approach in creating sustainable, conceptual and artistic architectural solutions. Through prestigious UNESCO related landmark projects Dorte Mandrup demonstrates a unique ability to evoke the identity of fragile places and actively involve the surrounding nature or urban context.

Dorte Mandrup’s work has received national and international acclaim, such as the The Green Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum, the Danish Wood Award, the Swedish Wood Award, the Bauwelt Award, the Eckersberg Medal, the Dreyer Foundation Honorary Award, The Nykredit Architecture Prize, The C.F. Hansen Medal, The Danish National Bank Jubilee Fund’s Honorary Award, The Finn Juhl Architecture Award and most recently the lifelong Honorary Grant by the Danish Arts Foundation. 

As a frequent voice in public debate, Dorte Mandrup herself is well known for her commitment to the development of the architectural profession and its role in society. She is Vice Chairman of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, member of the Historic Buildings Council, Adjunct Professor at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, chairwoman of the EU Mies van der Rohe Award 2019, and acts as frequent visiting professor including in 2018 at Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.

FLOW Architecture

FLOW Architecture is a RIBA Chartered practice working at the intersection of architectural design and urban research. Questioning the fundamental relationship between human and space, and at the larger scale between citizens and cities, FLOW Architecture’s work explores the radical potential of ubiquitous technologies to develop collectively crafted experiences and spaces. By layering the observation of environmental and bodily phenomena, their approach develop novel aesthetics that emerge from the collaboration of matter, technological infrastructures and human behaviours.

Since the practice’s inception in 2013, FLOW Architecture has built an extensive experience on residential projects in London, with the recent completion of the Light Falls house representing the apex of the office explorations on novel form of domesticity. The studio is currently developing the design for a newly built family house on the hills of Vicenza, northern Italy. A focus on bottom-up forms of public engagement is at the core of FLOW Architecture’s urban research, a theme that the firm investigates through the making of installations and events that have appeared at festivals and art venue in UK and Europe. In 2017 FLOW Architecture was awarded the 3rd prize at the Tallinn Biennale Pavilion Competition for Breathe!. They were also part of the London Festival of Architecture in 2016 and in 2018, respectively with Intertwined and The HeartBit Walks. The studio is currently working on the responsive installation Affectual Infrastructures, to appear in summer 2019.

FLOW Architecture’s vision is the results of its founding members’ extensive experience developed through collaborative teaching and independent research of its partners.

FLOW Architecture
Studio 119 The Triangle
129-131 Mare Street London E8 3RH
United Kingdom



Maria Grazia Savito is a London-based architect working under the acronym of Magrits.

Magrits believes in an architecture centred on contest and people. The practice is to place the client at the very heart of the creative process whilst maintaining a deep respect for the design’s principles.

By listening to clients’ briefs, studying sites’ context, and investigating alternative options through a creative design process, the studio aims to harness the strengths of every project creating something distinctive. Each project will play an individual model rather than being characterised by a set design style.

Magrits designs bespoke solutions for its clients, to create projects that celebrate the colour, materiality, and narratives of the everyday use of these new spaces.

With a good balance between a playful approach and technical precision, the final design is achieved by the careful refinement of details and a fusion of ideas to create a peculiar atmosphere.

Magrits is specialised in taking projects from the initial concept stage all the way through to completion; in a full architectural, interior design and project management role. Magrits can also provide bespoke package of services tailored to client needs and project aspirations.

Since 2010, Magrits has worked on private residential projects in London achieving a sturdy expertise in the capital residential market.

EGM architects

EGM architects is one of the most innovative and knowledge-intensive architectural firms in the Netherlands. For more than 40 years, we have been pioneers with our sustainable and proactive approach to architecture. The result is a wide range of distinctive facilities for health care, government, education, research, community and business. In the Netherlands and abroad.

EGM interior is a concept studio with the focus on experience. With internet driven data, digital 3D modelling, software scripting, Evidence-Based Design, environmental psychology and corporate branding we create new, innovative environments. Our team stands for an integrated design approach and provides a wide variety of inspiring projects in healthcare, for governments and cultural institutions, for work environments, leisure and retail.

EGM advisors form the link between design and implementation with architectural and practice-oriented advice in the field of building physics, acoustics, structural fire prevention, building regulations, sustainability, building technology, building pathology and building plan assessments. EGM advisors have been part of EGM architects for many years and have therefore been able to develop into a special group of consultants: consultants operating close to the design.

Powered by EGM is frontrunner in BIM and offers its BIM knowledge and EGM experience with building and engineering to professionals in the design and construction industries in the Netherlands. Powered by EGM offers a total BIM solution: from the preliminary design to the as-built phase, as well as management and maintenance.

Facundo Amandola

Fernando Russi

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