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MAIO

Mon, Mar 30    6:30pm

A lecture by co-founding partners Anna Puigjaner, Maria Charneco, Alfredo Lérida, and Guillermo López of the Barcelona based architecture firm MAIO on the occasion of the Spring 2020 Accepted Student Open House with response by Amale Andraos, Dean of Columbia GSAPP.

MAIO is an architectural office based in Barcelona and New York that works on spatial systems that permit theoretical positions materialize. The practice has developed a wide range of projects, from housing blocks or urban planning to furniture or exhibition design.

MAIO’s interdisciplinary pracitce combines academic, research, editorial activities with professional buidling and design practice. They have been in charge of the magazine Quaderns d’Arquitectura i Urbanisme (2011-16), and currently teach at Columbia GSAPP, the Architectural Association and the School of Architecture of Barcelona ETSAB/ETSAV.

MAIO has lectured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Barbican Center, GSAPP-Columbia University, RIBA, UC Berkeley, Yale School of Architecture and Piet Zwart Institute among other places. MAIO’s work has been published in magazines such as Domus, AIT, Volume, Blueprint, A10 and Detail, and exhibited at the MOMA of New York, the Guggenheim Bilbao, the Art Institute of Chicago and Storefront for Art and Architecture. Lately MAIO has participated at Venice Biennial 2016 in the Spanish Pavillion, awarded with the golden Lion, at Chicago Architecture Biennial (2015 & 2017 editions) and co-curated a Weekend Special at the Biennale di Venezia 2014 together with SPACE CAVIAR and DPR-Barcelona.

Anna Puigjaner is an assoicate professor of practice at Columbia GSAPP and recently has been nominated finalist of the Rolex Mentor & Protégé Initiative 2016 and awarded with the Wheelwright Prize, Harvard GSD.

Free and open to the public.
Organized by Columbia GSAPP.

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