“AL BORDE is a collaborative architecture studio that focuses on solutions to ordinary and contemporary problems. They work with low budget projects where materiality and functionality acquire significance. The nature of the projects creates a framework where the problems are considered part of the solution. The strength of their buildings lies in their ability for joining objective architectural responses to subjective user perceptions resulting in hybrid systems, which integrate the management of community energy to carry out their work“. - Wonne Ickx
MéxicoAL BORDE (Pascual Gangoena, David Barragán, Marialuisa Borja and Esteban Benavides) started in 2007 in Quito, Ecuador.
AL BORDE has received numerous awards including the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture in 2013, Paris, and the Schelling Architecture Prize in Germany.
Eine Zusammenarbeit des MFA-Studiengangs Public Art and New Artistic Strategies der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Fakultät Gestaltung, Prof. Danica Dakic mit der ACC Galerie Weimar.
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