New York | Tijuana, MX
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“I beleive the greatest good to be done is that which one does to one's own city" -Machiavelli
As Jaques Ranciere termed it, our "ways of doing and making" means process diverges from common architecture practices. Our office is a workshop, because its not mainly composed by architects, its made up by craftsmen, carpenters, painters, welders and architects. The city itself is our studio, and our main focus has been developing well designed housing. Our aim is to create communities by finding sites, designing, building and developing our own projects.The close relationship between architect and the craftsmen has been of utmost importance in the way that our projects are built.
"Difference and repetition," our architectural interpretation of this concept is how we have been experimenting with varying typologies, moving back and forth between past and future projects, continuously researching how the communities we have built function.
Our work has been exhibited at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in NYC and the Boston Society of Architects.
147 W 35 st
New York , 10001
Tijuana, MX , 22030
(+52) 6646 218126