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Columbia GSAPP in Madrid

Fri, Oct 6, 2023    5:30pm

Please join Columbia GSAPP Dean Andrés Jaque, lead architect of the Collegio Regio, and Roberto González García for a private tour of the award-winning project. Alumni are invited for a light reception immediately following.

**Register on Eventbrite.

Friday, October 6
5:30pm CSET — Private Tour

7pm CSET — Alumni Cocktail Reception at La Nueva Taberna sponsored by Columbia GSAPP

This event is kindly organized by Sergio Gomez Orti ‘09 MSAAD and the CAA Club of Spain.

About the Collegio Regio
Project of The Year Award, Architects Newspaper
Best Façade Award, Architects Newspaper

The design of Reggio School is based on the idea that architectural environments can arouse in children a desire for exploration and inquiry. In this way, the building is thought of as a complex ecosystem that makes it possible for students to direct their own education through a process of self-driven collective experimentation—following pedagogical ideas that Loris Malaguzzi and parents in the Italian city of Reggio nell’Emilia developed to empower children’s capacity to deal with unpredictable challenges and potentials.

The design, construction, and use of this building are intended to exceed the paradigm of sustainability to engage with ecology as an approach where environmental impact, more-than-human alliances, material mobilization, collective governance, and pedagogies intersect through architecture.