space, time, matter and energy
Architectural practice based in Madrid. Our work focuses on the relative synergies between space, time, matter and energy in architecture and society, developing processes of interpretation, adaptation and transformation of local traditions and types, translating them to present and future techniques, functions and contexts. GRAPHICAL ARCHIVE
NEWS & PRESS
STUDIO PACHÓN—PAREDES is an architectural practice based in Madrid, founded in 2020 by Luis G. Pachón and Inés Garcia de Paredes. Their work focuses on the relative synergies between space, time, matter and energy in architecture and society, developing processes of interpretation, adaptation and transformation of local traditions and types, translating them to present and future techniques, behaviors and contexts. Currently, they combine their professional practice with an active continuous research on new ways to build and inhabit “hybrid habitats” by the means of what they call NON–BINARY SPACES.
Since 2015, they have actively worked with international offices such as estudioHerreros, Paredes Pedrosa or Tuñon Arquitectos. They combine practice with academics at Università IUAV di Venezia Wa.Ve, teaching graduate and undergraduate studios & workshops; Canadian Carleton University-ETSAM bilateral winter workshops. They have lectured in different institutions, at ETSAM Polytechnic University of Madrid, IUAV di Venezia and Escola da Cidade in Sao Paolo. Their work has been awarded and exhibited at the 16th and 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, COAM Madrid, BEAU XIII Spanish Architecture-Urbanism Biennale, Iberoamerican Historical and Cultural Patrimony PHI; EME3 collapse international architecture festival, ETSAM; Arquia Próxima 2022. His projects, writings and collaborations have been published in several magazines, books and platforms such as Arquitectura Viva, Divisare, HIC, Metalocus, COAM Architecture magazine, NEO2 Magazine, Displacements Journal and various national & international digital platforms.
Recently, they have been selected among the most emerging practices in Spain in “Ecosistemas.zip” exhibition, gathered at Arquitectura Viva monographic issue nº244.
— LUIS G. PACHÓN holds a Masters in Architecture with Honors from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He also studied at DIDA Università degli Studi di Firenze and IaaC Barcelona. | Awarded with honors final thesis at the ETSAM UPM, 2015. COAM pfc 1st Prize granted by the Architects Association of Madrid, 2015. He obtained a fellowship by UPM in the Master MPAA, where he assisted in the coordination and design; and which he combined with the foundation and coordination of the Publications Office of the Architectural Design Department. | He is assistant professor at Università IUAV di Venezia Wa.Ve and Master courses, Canadian Carleton University-ETSAM bilateral winter workshops, having lectured at Polytechnic University of Madrid, IUAV di Venezia and Escola da Cidade Sao Paolo. | He has collaborated with estudio Herreros and Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos, in which he collaborates actively since 2016, having achieved prizes in several international competitions such as 1st prize Sanxenxo New Waterfront (2019, Galicia), 2nd prize Public Housing in historic centre (2019, Badajoz), Finalist in Spanish expo pavilion (Dubai, 2018), 1st Prize on Eldry Housing (2017, Mallorca), 1st Prize in The Spanish institute in Rabat (2016, Moroco).
— INÉS GARCÍA DE PAREDES holds a Masters in Architecture with Honors from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. She also studied at DIDA Università degli Studi di Firenze and IaaC Barcelona. | Awarded With Honors final thesis at the ETSAM UPM, 2015. COAM Heritage PFC 1st Prize granted by the Architects Association of Madrid, 2015. Iberoamerican Historical and Cultural Patrimony PHI Award 2nd prize, 2016. XIII BEAU Spanish Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism final thesis Award, 2016. | She has collaborated with Arenas Basabe Palacios Architects and TUÑON Arquitectos, in which she collaborates actively since 2015, having participated in awarded built works such as Royal Collections Museum, Madrid; Stone House, Caceres; Museum of Contemporary Art Helga de Alvear, Caceres; or ARQUIA’s Headquarters in Madrid, in which she is currently project leader of the works.
We love the concept of CREW: a group of specific people who work and operate closely together.
Although we have a practice core, it is a latent situation. We believe in adaptable and flexible team systems. We blend-together specific technical/creative combinations of people depending on each specific client, context or typology.
— CREW CORE
Luis G. Pachón
Inés García de Paredes
Jon Aparicio Rojo
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