Hidden Architecture was created in February 2015 between Madrid and Liverpool by Alberto Martínez García and Héctor Rivera Bajo.
Hidden Architecture fue lanzado en Febrero de 2015 entre Madrid y Liverpool por Alberto Martínez García y Héctor Rivera Bajo.
Alberto Martínez García (Madrid, Spain. 1988)
Architect from the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) and Master of Architecture II post-professional degree from The Cooper Union (New York). Currently living and working in New York, I have previously worked and lived in Shanghai, Amsterdam, Portugal, England and Madrid. My interests include the importance of history in contemporary architecture, the evolution of housing and the expression of contemporary culture in the in the small scale such as interior and product design.
Héctor Rivera Bajo (Ciudad Real, Spain. 1987)
Architect from Higher Technical School of Architecture of Alcalá (ETSAUAH). After some years studying and working at Lisboa and Madrid, I am currently settled down in Zürich. My interests are focused on the use of certain spatial patterns within the domesticity realm to trace Territorial Hierarchies and produce identity by social and community space. This approach to the Infraestructural Nature of Architecture must be considered from a critical attitude in regard to architectural historiography.
Current student at the University of Kansas, set to graduate with a Masters’ degree in architecture in the spring of 2019. I have previously lived and worked in Paris which greatly influenced my work, particularly the political aspects of architecture. Inspired from my experiences there, I have begun a thesis centered around the horizontal distribution of construction knowledge, partly informed by the Participatory Movement of the 1970s and also using my ongoing experience as a teaching assistant for a design-build course at the university. In addition to architecture, I experiment with sculpture, art, and writing all focusing on the method of ‘collage’.
Graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture of Versailles and TONGJI University in Shanghai. Currently living and working in Paris as an Architect. “Architecture is a spirit that can never be satisfied ” L.Kahn
Marta López García
Architect from Higher Technical School of Architecture of Alcalá de Henares (ETSAG-UAH), Madrid. Currently living and working in Wales. Awarded with an Erasmus grant I took an academic year at Polytechnic University of Krakow. Besides Architecture I am involved in Photography, which I believe is a precious way of communication. My interests include travelling and reflect on how cities and places are perceived by people in different ways.
Architect, constantly divided between Bulgaria and Spain. Graduated from the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Alcalá de Henares (ETSAG-UAH), Madrid, yet decided to go back to the roots and settle down in Sofia, Bulgaria, where I currently work as an architect. Interested in architectural heritage, I’d rather give a second chance to an old building than constructing a new one on its place. Passionate lover of experimental and ephemeral architecture, mostly pneumatic structures.
Angela Parra Sánchez–Moliní
Architect from Higher Technical School of Architecture of Sevilla (ETSAS), Sevilla. After spending a summer working in Lausanne and an Erasmus year studying in Brussels I finished my degree and decided to settle down in London, where I am currently living and working. I am particularly interested in the role architecture plays in society and the power that possess to create human patterns and communities. Other subject that appeal to me is architectural divulgation, either graphical, written or audio-visual, as I believe to make architecture is nothing but to tell a story.
Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Podogorica, Montenegro, currently living and working in the same city as interior architect. In addition to architecture, I have a strong interest in philosophy and social sciences. Thus I wish to explore this multidisciplinary field and scientific impacts on physical, virtual space and overall cultural heritage.
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