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Idea by

Adrian Gonzalez, Antonio Antequera, Ander Bados, Beatriz Sierra, Maria Montenegro, Miguel Ramon and Sara Escudero

Estudio Pepino

http://www.estudiopepino.com/

A CORUÑA, Spain
Estudio Pepino is as a group of architects’ concerned in building the tension between the stable, solid and permanent versus the futile, anecdotal and slight. We are interested in the creation of architectures in motion, chaotic structures that provoke doubts of its stand ability producing uncertainty in the perception of ordinary situations. However, this is one of the myriad definitions of Estudio Pepino.

El Estaribel


Seville, Spain

El Estaribel


Seville, Spain
Welcome to the era of timeless folk-architecture

According to the call for papers of XV Cultural week of ETSAS, Estudio Pepino proposed a conference-workshop called “ Architecture and destruction”

The conference was developed through the opposites, from the architecture of destruction, unable to adapt itself and force to be permanently expired, to other type of architecture, the one with the capacity to change and be permanent. This permanence is not physical but the ability to be duplicate over time with a mechanism or system called “Timeless folk architecture”. Keeping this mutable, adaptable and folkloric architecture in mind, “El Estaribel” is created and planned to be built during the workshop.
The way to solve this initial idea is with an ephemeral, folkloric and timeless construction, changeable and cyclical. It would be the paradigm of permanent architecture, repeating itself over the time. Setting the regeneration as a way to use the construction as a method and as a revitalizing element.



El Estaribel


Seville, Spain

El Estaribel


Seville, Spain
Welcome to the era of timeless folk-architecture

According to the call for papers of XV Cultural week of ETSAS, Estudio Pepino proposed a conference-workshop called “ Architecture and destruction”

The conference was developed through the opposites, from the architecture of destruction, unable to adapt itself and force to be permanently expired, to other type of architecture, the one with the capacity to change and be permanent. This permanence is not physical but the ability to be duplicate over time with a mechanism or system called “Timeless folk architecture”. Keeping this mutable, adaptable and folkloric architecture in mind, “El Estaribel” is created and planned to be built during the workshop.
The way to solve this initial idea is with an ephemeral, folkloric and timeless construction, changeable and cyclical. It would be the paradigm of permanent architecture, repeating itself over the time. Setting the regeneration as a way to use the construction as a method and as a revitalizing element.




Idea by

Adrian Gonzalez, Antonio Antequera, Ander Bados, Beatriz Sierra, Maria Montenegro, Miguel Ramon and Sara Escudero
Estudio Pepino
A CORUÑA
Spain
Estudio Pepino is as a group of architects’ concerned in building the tension between the stable, solid and permanent versus the futile, anecdotal and slight. We are interested in the creation of architectures in motion, chaotic structures that provoke doubts of its stand ability producing uncertainty in the perception of ordinary situations. However, this is one of the myriad definitions of Estudio Pepino.