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“The Shared Space”

IE University.

Campus de Santa Cruz de la Real

13:00/14:30 h.

(Sala Capitular)  

 

Sara de Giles will explain how the destiny of any project, its objective, is to formulate a promise about dwelling. Nobody formulates this desire unless it is in exchange for modifying spaces and places, to the point that one could say that the project and the work of architecture are those which, to a large extent, invent locations, the also herald the histories that are to follow, among which are included the histories of the cities, their geographies and their people. as the work of MGM Morales de Giles reveals, works and projects accompany events, they form part or them, and cannot be separated the one from the other, they are more than a background landscape. The lecture will also discuss how histories, lives, spaces and events formulate the idea of dwelling; and how as a result, the architectural project attempts to adapt unforeseen events, to negotiate intrinsic errors and to form an alliance with endemic disorders. 

Sara de Giles (Seville, 1972) is principal of MGM Morales de Giles Architects and Adjunct Professor of Design Projects of the ETSA Seville. In 1998, she joined as a new partner the architectural firm that José Morales had founded in 1987. The introduction of enclosures and membranes as intermediary elements as well as the exploration of different means for dilating and occupying the space between the building and the skin is a key feature or their architectural practice, which affords an additional value to housing and public buildinds, while engaging with the tradition of Andalusian architecture. Beyond building, they are visiting professors and lectures at various universities and institutions in Spain and abroad. Their work has been internationally exhibited and has been recognizes with a number of different awards, including the 2013 Spanish Architecture Prize.

Sara de Giles, en el ciclo de conferencias Foundations

La arquitecta Sara de Giles impartirá el próximo martes 25 de noviembre en el campus de Segovia una conferencia con el título “The Shared Space”, dentro del ciclo de conferencias FOUNDATIONS (Sala Capitular 13.00 | 14.30), organizado por el grado de Arquitectura de IE University bajo la coordinación de la profesora Laura Martínez de Guereñu.

La arquitecta Sara de Giles impartirá el próximo martes 25 de noviembre en el campus de Segovia una conferencia con el título “The Shared Space”, dentro del ciclo de conferencias FOUNDATIONS (Sala Capitular 13.00 | 14.30), organizado por el grado de Arquitectura de IE University bajo la coordinación de la profesora Laura Martínez de Guereñu. Sara de Giles ( Sevilla, 1972),  es actualmente profesora asociada de diseño de proyectos de la ETSA Sevilla. Junto a José Morales forman el estudio MGM Arquitectos, creado en 1987. Además de importantes reconocimientos internacionales, MGM Arquitectos resultó ganador del premio Arquitectura Española 2013 por su proyecto de hospital en la Cartuja, Sevilla.

El trabajo de MGM Arquitectos se ha desarrollado sobre todo en base a primeros premios obtenidos en concursos de ideas. Los concursos ganados les han permitido ir consolidando una obra construida que refleja su investigación en torno a la arquitectura pública, tanto en equipamiento como en vivienda y espacios urbanos.

Sara de Giles ha sido Profesora visitante y conferenciante en diversas universidades e instituciones españolas y extranjeras entre las que destacan: Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Valparaíso (Chile), Universidad Internacional de Catalunya, Barcelona (España), Architectural asociation of Ireland-Instituto Cervantes, Dublín (Irlanda), Institut Français d’Architecture, Paris (Francia). Escola da Cidade. Sao Paulo. (Brasil), Ryerson University, Toronto (Canadá), Universidad Católica Santiago de Chile, Universidad de Bochum (Alemania) etc.

Sara de Giles explicará en su conferencia de IE University sus ideas sobre el proyecto arquitectónico, que debe de estar en perfecta comunión con los espacios y lugares donde se va a intervenir, un proceso en el que la historia de las ciudades, la geografía y sus habitantes adquieren una gran importancia.

Foto de Sara de Giles: fuente arquitectos.com

 

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