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Lorena del Río e Iñaqui Carnicero invited to Texas Tech Lecture Series.

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Iñaqui Carnicero & Lorena Del Rio Lecture

Iñaqui Carnicero and Lorena del Rio are principals of Iñaqui Carnicero Architecture Office, with offices in Madrid and New York. Their work has received recognition and numerous awards. Their buildings include Pitch House and Hangar 16 Matadero-Madrid, a renovated slaughterhouse. Mr. Carnicero, a visiting professor at California College of the Arts, designed the Spanish Pavilion for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, which was awarded the Golden Lion. His Ph.D. thesis “focuses on Louis Kahn and Robert Venturi’s discoveries in Rome regarding the perception of size in architecture

Lorena del Rio is an assistant professor of architecture at California College of the Arts. Her work focuses on the use of plastics in architecture. Educated at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Ms. Del Rio holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture, with a Ph.D. in progress.

Ms. Del Rio and Mr. Carnicero are also principals of *RICA studio.
Public Lecture

Friday, February 10, 2017 4:00PM College of Architecture Gallery (Rm101a)

Iñaqui Carnicero invited to Tulane University Lecture Series 2017

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  • Monday, January 23, 2017 – 6:00pm
  • Room 201 Richardson Memorial Hall (Thomson Hall)
  • Evolving Practice Lecture Series Poster
  • Carnicero Lecture Poster

A reception will be held prior to the lecture in the Favrot Lobby at 5pm. The lecture will begin at 6pm. This event is free and open to the public. AIA credits will be offered for this lecture.

The Uncertain Future Life of Our Buildings

Iñaqui Carnicero is an architect and educator. His academic experience includes 12 years of teaching at E.T.S.A.M. and 4 years at Cornell University as the Gensler Visiting Professor and as a Visiting Assistant Professor. Since 2012, he has also run the office Rica Studio with partner Lorena del Rio.

He was recently awarded with the Golden Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 as co-director of the Spanish Pavilion for the design and the curation of the exhibition ”Unfinished.” Carnicero has won several international competitions and completed projects, including CEU Polytechnic University, Social housing in Vallecas 29, a High School in Albacete, the restoration of an Arab tower in Guadalajara, Hangar 16 Matadero-Madrid at the former Slaughterhouse of Madrid, and the Pitch´s house.

His work has been recognized with the AIANY Housing Award 2015, Design Vanguard Award 2012, Hauser Award 2012, Emerging Architecture Award Architectural Record 2011, Rome Prize at the Royal Spanish Academy 2009, COAM Award 2012, FAD Architecture and Public Opinion Award 2012 and shortlisted for the BSI University of Mendrisio 2007.

He has also been the director of “Symmetries,” an architecture platform that relates Roman and contemporary strategies in the city. His Ph.D. dissertation focuses on Louis Kahn and Robert Venturi’s discoveries and connections with Rome.

In “Days of Oris 2016” in Zagreb with William Curtis, Patrik Schumacher and Pezo von Ellrichshausen

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07/13/2016

We invite you to join us at the 16th Days of Oris in Zagreb, which will be held 15 to 16 October 2016 in the Lisinski Concert Hall.

Days of Oris are international architectural symposium organized by Oris House of Architecture, created after the initial success of Oris magazine that continuously published for the eighteenth year as a bimonthly, and in September this year celebrates its 100th edition.

SPEAKERS:

Ana Kucan (Slovenia)
Landscape architect and winner of Piranesi, central prizes …

With neat (Croatia)
Croatian representative at the Venice Biennale, winner of the Zagreb Salon, Piranesi awards …

Numen / For Use (Croatia / Austria)
design collective endless series of top results

Umberto Bonomo (Chile)
The young creator and promoter, the participant is the most propulsive world architectural scene, one of Chile

Pezo von Ellrichshausen (Chile)
Winners of the Mies van der Rohe prize for America

Patrik Schumacher – Zaha Hadid Architects (UK)
Zaha Hadid Architects – partner and director of

Iñaqui Carnicero (Spain)
Winner of the Golden Lion this year’s Venice Biennale

William JR Curtis (United Kingdom)
One of the most important architectural critics today. The undisputed connoisseur LeCorbusierovog work!

Bernard Khoury (Lebanon)
One of the founders of the Arab cultural center. He was a representative of the Kingdom of Bahrain at the Venice Biennale in 2014, and his work has been exhibited in many academic institutions in Europe and the United States.

Ticket price: 450 HRK
price student tickets: 250 HRK

Days of Oris 16 are included in the program of professional training of the Croatian Chamber of Architects with 18 hours.

INFORMATION AND TICKET SALES

Contact person /// May Demšar Brankovic
Oris doo
King Držislava 3, HR-10000 Croatia, Zagreb
tel: + 385 1 37 78 177
fax: + 385 1 37 56 243
e-mail: [email protected]
website: www. oris.hr

Days of Oris 15

https://vimeo.com/149152245
http://oris.hr/hr/dani-orisa/prethodni-dani/dani-orisa-15

Lorena del Río and Iñaqui Carnicero will be teaching Studios at California College of the Arts in San Francisco

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Monday, September 19, 7:00 pm
Iñaqui Carnicero & Lorena del Rio
Timken Lecture Hall, San Francisco Campus

Free and open to the public
More info: Amanda Schwerin,[email protected]

Lorena del Rio and Iñaqui Carnicero (RICA* Studio / CCA faculty), based in Madrid, are newly appointed CCA Architecture faculty.

RICA* is a young architectural office and a platform for design investigation operating across many scales. Based in Madrid and New York, RICA* represents a new phase for del Río and Carnicero who together bring an extensive and diverse building experience.

Lorena del Río and Iñaqui Carnicero inaugurating the lecture series at CCA (California College of the Arts)

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Timken Lecture Hall, San Francisco Campus

Free and open to the public
More info: Amanda Schwerin,[email protected]

Lorena del Rio and Iñaqui Carnicero (RICA* Studio / CCA faculty), based in Madrid, are newly appointed CCA Architecture faculty.

RICA* is a young architectural office and a platform for design investigation operating across many scales. Based in Madrid and New York, RICA* represents a new phase for del Río and Carnicero who together bring an extensive and diverse building experience.

LORENA DEL RIO

In her research, Lorena del Rio concentrates on the use of plastic in architecture — from the early days of its development up to today — and investigates new concepts related to the specific qualities of plastic materials in design.

Since 2008 she has worked with Selgascano, participating in the development process of multiple projects including Cartagena Auditorium, Plasencia Convention Center, and Merida Young Factory.

These projects include the use of plastics in a variety of innovative ways. She has also collaborated with Iñaqui Carnicero, her partner, in various competitions and has earned awards and been published internationally.

Through a scholarship granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education, she worked with the Department of Architectural Design and Urban Planning during her studies in 2005–6.

Del Rio earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid in 2008. She completed her PhD courses in 2010.

IÑAQUI CARNICERO

Active in both the academic field and with a professional practice, Carnicero is an internationally awarded architect, European PhD, and academic with experience at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and Cornell University.

He was recently awarded the Golden Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 as director of the Spanish Pavilion with the exhibition Unfinished.

Carnicero has won several competitions and completed many projects including C.E.U. University, Social Housing in Vallecas, a high school in Albacete, the restoration of an Arab tower in Guadalajara, the new District Attorney’s Office in Madrid’s City of Justice, Hangar 16 Matadero-Madrid at the former slaughterhouse of Madrid, and the Pitch´s house.

He has been the director of Symmetries, an architecture platform that relates roman and contemporary strategies in the city.

His dissertation focuses on Louis Kahn’s and Robert Venturi’s discoveries and connections with Rome.

Carnicero, with his partner, Lorena del Rio, has run the office Rica Studio since 2012.

Unfinished article in Divisare

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15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

Unfinished
Curated by Iñaqui Carnicero and Carlos Quintáns. Project winner of the Golden Lion for Best National Participation. For a concisely curated selection of emerging architects whose work shows how creativity and commitment can transcend material constraints.

15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

JESÚS GRANADA

Spain is one of the countries where the practice of architecture has been most affected by the economic crisis. There are few places on earth where such large numbers of buildings were built in such a short period of time. The lack of reflection over whether these projects were necessary or valid resulted in the subsequent abandonment of many buildings when their completion or maintenance was discovered not to be economically viable. Their appearance throughout Spanish territories has generated a collection of unfinished buildings where the factor of time was eliminated from the formula for making architecture.
Using photography as a filter to portray this reality, the Pavilion’s central space represents the optimistic view of those who have fought back against this recent past,understanding these inherited constructions as an opportunity.

RICA* STUDIO

The ¨Unfinished¨ exhibition, presented in the Spanish pavilion at the Biennale, seeks to direct attention to processes more than results in an attempt to discover design strategies generated by an optimistic view of the constructed environment. The exhibition gathers examples of architecture produced during the past few years, born out of renunciation and economy of means, designed to evolve and adapt to future necessities and trusting in the beauty conferred by the passage of time. These projects have understood the lessons of the recent past and consider architecture to be something unfinished, in a constant state of evolution and truly in the service of humanity. The current moment of uncertainty in our profession makes its consideration here especially relevant.

15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

FERNANDO MAQUIEIRA

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15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

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15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

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15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

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15 Biennale di Venezia. Spanish Pavilion

ANDREA AVEZZÙ