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Building in the Metropolis MX - Gaeta Springall Arquitectos

  • 23:00 - 16 July, 2014
Building in the Metropolis MX - Gaeta Springall Arquitectos
Building in the Metropolis MX - Gaeta Springall Arquitectos, © Gianluca Giordano
© Gianluca Giordano

From Architecture Forum Aedes. The exhibition "Building in the Metropolis MX" presents selected works from the Mexican studio Gaeta-Springall Architects. In their working process right through to realisation, architectural elements such as form, material and function serve a larger and more complex system: the City. Julio Gaeta, Luby Springall and their team take great care over designing the envelope in order to generate possible interactions through the porosity of the exterior skin. Here they set particular store by intelligent systems and technologies as the longevity and durability of the building lies in its efficiency and sustainability. Gaeta-Springall Architects dedicate themselves to space as an entirety, which they see as the “true stage of life”. For them, "Building in the Metropolis MX" means the linking of architectural, urban and social elements. It is here that they see their everyday work. After curating this year’s Mexican pavilion “Condemned to be modern” at the Venice Biennale, the presentation at Aedes is the second exhibition in Europe for Gaeta-Springall architects, already highly regarded in their home country.

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Cite: "Building in the Metropolis MX - Gaeta Springall Arquitectos" 16 Jul 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/527938/building-in-the-metropolis-mx-gaeta-springall-arquitectos/> ISSN 0719-8884

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