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21 Tuesday November 2017

Discussing Innovation

Discussing innovation ‘What is innovation?' and ‘What can it become?' This was the objective of the Discussing Innovation symposium. The discussion was structured around four thematic tables featuring speakers of recognised prestige, all of whom are involved in research and architectural design.

Curated by Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation

29 Friday September 2017

"Above all, architecture is an enriching experience that goes beyond the tension between the structural components involved"

Anupama Kundoo Interview with Anupama Kundoo. Architect. Founded her first architectural practice in the Indian city of Auroville in 1990, at just 23 years old.

28 Thursday September 2017

"We have to start valuing housing based more on its services than on its surface area"

Anna Puigjaner Interview with Anna Puigjaner. Architect and co-founder of the MAIO architecture firm, she is a member of the Habitar research group at UPC Barcelona's Higher Technical School of Architecture.

27 Wednesday September 2017
31 Monday July 2017

How a Construction Fair Should Be in the 21st Century

Cristina PArdal Por Cristina Pardal. Architect and doctor from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (ETSAB – UPC).

28 Friday July 2017

Architecture and innovation to renew our cities

Lluís ComerónPor Lluís Comerón. Degano del COAC. Col.legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya

27 Thursday July 2017

"Right now, innovation can only be political"

Andrés Jaque Interview with Andrés Jaque.

3 Monday July 2017

‘The biggest challenge of the circular economy is cultural'

Veronica Kuchinow Interview with Verónica Kuchinow, expert in industrial symbiosis and the efficient use of resources as a tool for the circular economy

3 Monday July 2017

Squaring the sustainable circle (by Jaume Prat)

One Central Park, Sydney Sustainability and the circular economy are two closely-connected concepts that the construction world is just beginning to embrace. Strengthening these concepts could bring the way we understand an architectural project closer to our contemporary sensibility.

18 Tuesday April 2017

La vivienda del futuro es posible hoy

UB Con la aparición del grafeno las viviendas inteligentes que alguna vez vimos en películas y series futuristas no tardarán en llegar.El principal obstáculo que este material deberá sortear es reducir el coste de su obtención para su producción en masa

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