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Victoria Acebo (Acebo X Alonso) interview by Studio Banana

Victoria Acebo (Acebo X Alonso) interview by Studio Banana

Studio Banana TV is an internet-based creativity-focused tv platform. It contains an edited selection of high profile videos from different disciplines (from advertising and fashion to visual arts) as well as SBTV’s own productions: interviews, documentaries and reportages of art, design, fashion, music, culture and general creativity.

They also cover architecture, interviewing with some of the most innovating young architects from Spain, with a great edition (wish I could edit our interviews like that), subbed in english and available in HD.

Here you can see an interview with Victoria Acebo, partner at Acebo X Alonso, discussing his academic approach with students and the story behind their building for the Arts Center in La Coruña, which changed its destiny to National Science & Technology Museum, a change possible thanks to the flexibility of the original building.

(Thanks Ramiro @ SB.TV!)

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Cite: David Basulto. "Victoria Acebo (Acebo X Alonso) interview by Studio Banana" 27 Jan 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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