We are a cooperative specialized in various fields of architecture and urban planning: bioconstruction and sustainability, rehabilitation, citizen participation. Our lines of work develop a conscious architecture with the social and built habitat; an inclusive urbanism open to the processes of participation and collective transformation; Innovative sustainable facilities with natural materials; as well as critical thinking around the environment we inhabit.
We are looking for alternatives to the traditional way of living the profession with a horizontal organization,
We want to work with other disciplines, groups and professionals in the sector, facilitating their involvement in promoting shared knowledge.
We believe in the empowerment through collective work, the ability of people to define the spaces we inhabit, and focus our practice as a tool of social transformation. We support research and technical rigor to advance in a respectful relationship between the built environment and society. We want to defend the spaces that we include to all people, with proposals that prioritize rehabilitation as a project attitude, with an enthusiastic, creative and positive vision towards the future.
We are : Albert Aira, Irene Arce, Marta Arnal, Júlia Beltran, Isabel Chao, Judit Falgueras, Marc Fando, Esteve Martinez, Iñigo Mujika, Júlia de Orovio, Marina Sanahuja i Andrea Swiec.
PhD in Architectural Projectes (in process). ETSAB, UPC
Master’s degree in Theory and practice of the architectural project. ETSAB, UPC
Master’s degree in Sustainable Intervention in the Built Environment. MISMeC. ETSAV, UPC
Master’s degree in Bioconstruction by Baubiologie Institute in Morillo de Tou, Huesca. UdL i UdZ
Master’s degree in Anthropology, Advanced Research , and Social Intervention. UAB
International course in Cultural Heritage, “Intervention in architectural heritage”. EPC
La Vanguàrdia dedicates an extensive article to the neighborhood conflict in Vallcarca. The recent approval of the MPGM in the area of Vallcarca, considered by the local movement as a victory of urbanism driven by citizens, faces constant struggles to reclaim its essence.