“The architect must listen to the world’s voice, draw ideas, build bridges, and imagine projects that reflect the echo of a society with new needs and old desires.”
Architecture is the constant search for balance between light, space, and function.
Among great changes and modifications by good sense and historical teaching of architecture, Carlos Lamela, president of Estudio Lamela, shares his thoughts in the newspaper ‘El Norte de Castilla’ alongside colleagues and professionals such as architect Juan Herreros; José María Ezquiaga, former dean of the Madrid College of Architects (COAM); and Paloma Sobrini, general director… View Article
Commitment and solidarity spread faster than any virus. The Canalejas Center Madrid, designed by Estudio Lamela, was scheduled to open in May. It will no longer be possible due to Covid-19, but is still active. In their kitchen, chef Dani García’s team prepares 1,000 meals a day for vulnerable families in nine districts of Madrid…. View Article
Confinement has revealed that thousands of houses were not prepared for us to live, work and enjoy leisure in. Interior apartments, closed terraces, lack of ventilation and sunlight, sanitation, impractical accesses … the list of reproaches goes on and on. Carlos Lamela, president of Estudio Lamela, explains his vision in the El País newspaper (“The… View Article
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“I aspire for ethical and sensible architecture that surpasses the prevailing commercialism and that lasts in time as solid and inalterable as possible.”