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Montaña en la Luna / ENORME Studio

11:00 - 19 March, 2018
Montaña en la Luna / ENORME Studio, © Javier de Paz García
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Industrialized Ceramic Elements That Create a Variety of Urban Furnishings

08:00 - 7 May, 2017
Industrialized Ceramic Elements That Create a Variety of Urban Furnishings, © Javier de Paz García
© Javier de Paz García

In 1855 the German machinery manufacturer Carl Schlickeysen issued the patent he had recently created, the "Universal Patent Brickmaking machine", the first machine created to manufacture bricks by extrusión as an industrial process.

SCHLICKEYSEN is a modular furniture system based on two types of modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaults. All kinds of settings can be configured from the combination of these three elements; picnic tables, continuous benches, grandstands, topographies, and many more typologies can be achieved by just stacking the metal supports and using the ceramic vaults as a horizontal supporting surface. 

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Home Back Home #03 Ana Mombiedro / Enorme Studio

13:00 - 28 July, 2016

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MJE House (Little Big Houses #2) / PKMN architectures

20:00 - 4 October, 2015

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Alcázar de San Juan Tourist Office / PKMN Architectures

13:00 - 17 September, 2015
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Home Back Home: An Architectural Response to Moving Back in With Your Parents

09:00 - 10 May, 2015
Home Back Home: An Architectural Response to Moving Back in With Your Parents, Case Study_01 Dune Claudio. Image © Javier de Paz García
Case Study_01 Dune Claudio. Image © Javier de Paz García

Moving back home with your parents after living independently can often create spatial tension, as the furniture and rooms that sufficed for your teenage years may no longer serve the needs of young adult life. Spanish firm PKMN [pacman] Architectures’ latest project Home Back Home, seeks to provide an architectural and spatial solution for the temporary living spaces that result from moving back home.

With it becoming increasingly common in Spain for young adults between the ages of 25 and 40 to move back into their parents’ homes, PKMN sought to answer the question: What are the domestic models resulting from this change of paradigm and economic collapse? To answer this question and develop their Home Back Home project, the studio carried out two case studies. Learn more about their proposal and see their spatial solutions, after the break.

Case Study_01 Dune Claudio. Image Courtesy of PKMN Case Study_02 Edel Montón. Image Courtesy of PKMN Case Study_02 Edel Montón. Image Courtesy of PKMN Case Study_01 Dune Claudio. Image Courtesy of PKMN + 22