“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.
The ABC newspaper draws a report that unites the historical story of the Torres Colón with their political and bureaucratic vicissitudes. It tells of not only the architecture, but also of the life and the events that happened to a unique building. The Madrid newspaper covers half a century of life in a text that… View Article
A time-travelling journey through one of the works that define Spanish architecture of the last half of the 20th century. The Torres Colón 1969-2019 exhibition, which can be visited between the 11th of April and 16th of July in Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa (Madrid), showcases the history of these slender twin towers…. View Article
“There’s no reason for houses not to be built in factories such as it is with cars. What is surprising is that it’s taking so long in being standardized,” Carlos Lamela shares with the economic newspaper Expansión in a lengthy article about the relation of architecture with industrialized construction. For years, Estudio Lamela has been… 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.”