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CUARTOYMITAD ARCHITECTURE & LANDSCAPE is a flexible structure -led by Ana Miret, Miguel Paredes and Ruth Vega- that is oriented towards continuous exchange and collaborative work with professionals from multiple disciplinary backgrounds. Cuartoymitad Arquitectura researches and develops proposals that attempt to surpass the borders of conventional architectural practices, in order to build both the substrate and the spatial identities where consistent relationships with emerging artistic practices and urban cultures can be established.
Cuartoymitad Arquitectura is currently finishing the conversion of a large eighteenth-century fortress in Santoña (Spain) into the Monte Buciero Museum. Other recently built works include the exhibition design of the Wine Museum in Cangas del Narcea (Asturias, Spain) and the ephemeral architecture of the MACC conference in Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain). Additionally, Cuartoymitad Arquitectura has designed and built the headquarters of DIM and Sáfilo in Madrid, and the branch office of E-Burbulla in Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain).
Among other venues, the work of Colectivo Cuartoymitad has been featured in the 11th Venice Biennale, as well as in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Badajoz, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Valencia, and in Lima, Buenos Aires, Brussels, Madrid and Barcelona as part of the “Panorama Emergente” exhibition (IV Ibero-american Architecture Biennial). Additionally, this work has been widely published in architecture and art monographs, magazines and journals of international breadth.
At present, the members of Colectivo Cuartoymitad hold teaching positions at the Schools of Architecture of IE University, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and Universidad de Alcalá.
Madrid, ES , 28004