Author Archives: ABIBOO Studio

XXI Century Urbanism in Developing Countries
Urbanismo del Siglo XXI en Países Emergentes

ABIBOO ALFREDOMUNOZ ACRECONF-2013-01

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… The New XXI Century Urbanism in Developing Countries. Case Study: India, by Alfredo Munoz. We are immersed in a society that has rapidly changed from the culture of industrialization characterized by perfect, categorical, and rigid solutions; to another based on a precarious, fast, fluid, and shapeless context, archetypical

Phenomenology in Architecture
Fenomenología en Arquitectura

ABIBOO STUDIO PHENOMENOLOGICAL THINKING

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… Quick Tour through Phenomenological Thinking in Architecture, by Alfredo Munoz: Nowadays, architecture has become too dependent on the visual experience. The excess of images both in quantity and speed that afflicts our society has been observed by writers and philosophers and called “the unending rainfall of images” by

Cheese, Liquids and Virtuality
Quesos, Líquidos y Virtualidad

ABIBOO STUDIO ARCHITECTURE

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… How to respond to a constantly changing society? In architecture, we often face this question, especially in today’s volatile times. In the book “Who Moved My Cheese”, Spencer Johnson contrasts the spontaneity of a mouse in the face of unexpected changes, versus to the frustration of humans due

ABIBOO Speaks at Spanish Architects under 40
Arquitectos Españoles Menores de 40

ABIBOO STUDIO SPANISH ARCHITECTS

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… We would like to thank “GRUPO VÍA” for their interest in our work! The text below is an excerpt from the publication, but it is only available in Spanish. Sorry for the inconvenience. The copyright of photos, images, videos, and ideas indicated in this Think Tank section belong

International Expansion in Architecture
Expansión Internacional Arquitectónica

ABIBOO STUDIO ALFREDO MUNOZ INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… International Expansion in Architecture, by Alfredo Munoz “Internationalization” seems to be the buzzword in the Spanish architectural community of the moment. The harsh reality of the economic crisis has forced many architects to look abroad as the only way to survive. The architectural “journey” has left behind its