Architecture and Urban Series | Spring 2011

Second edition of the architecture and urban lecture series focused on young architects of Spain








In the fall of 2010, the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago with MAS Studio established an ongoing architecture and urban lecture series with the goal of establishing a cultural connection between the architectural discipline in Europe and the US.

In the second edition of the series, we brought the exhibition Young Architects of Spain: A Window to the Unknown, which showcased the work of sixty-two emerging architecture offices in Spain. To accompany the exhibition, Enrique Sobejano, founding partner of Nieto Sobejano Architects, and Antón García-Abril, founding partner of Ensamble Studio, lectured about their work. Both offices are at the forefront of a new generation of Spanish architects with critically acclaimed and award-winning buildings. Completing the program, Studio IDE, Strawn.Sierralta, and PORT Architecture + Urbanism, three of the most innovative and active architecture studios in Chicago lead by designers in their early 30s, presented their work and discussed the challenges and opportunities they face.

Type: Engagement
Location: Instituto Cervantes, Chicago
Authors: Iker Gil, Instituto Cervantes
Year: 2011
Status: Completed


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