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Zoom-lecture: The Aranea Group

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Aranea is Latin for spider, riffing on the idea of the spider’s web and hence network.
Aranea is a multidisciplinary group set in Alicante since 1998 formed by Architects, Engineers, Landscape designers, Artists, a Biologist and a Sociologist.
Aranea has a special sensitivity for the reinterpretation of geographic contexts as well as for the assumption of programmatic challenges.
Aranea’s ambition is to gradually create an international network of collaborators with a view to putting together a collection of varied and motivating contexts in which to intervene.

Its work has been recognised with several prestigious awards like the the “Barbara Cappochin” 2015, the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2014, the FAD Award 2014 City and Landscape, Holcim Award Gold 2014, Iconic Award 2015, The International Architecture Award 2014, Nomined European Mies van der Rohe Award 2011 etc. Grupo Aranea has been part of important exhibitions as “OnSite. New Architecture in Spain” at MoMA in New York, becoming its work “Salamandra” part of MoMA’s permanent collection.


This event will take place on Zoom. 
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Date: 07. May, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm

Venue: Zoom