Category Archives: Our Impact

ABIBOO Speaks at XIII Architectural Week
XIII Semana de la Arquitectura

ABIBOO STUDIO VIP MANSIONS ARCHITECT

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… We would like to thank “COAM” for inviting us to share our knowledge at the XIII Architectural Week in Madrid! The text below is an excerpt from the Conference program. MAD-NYC The Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid (COAM), through the Fundación Arquitectura COAM, in collaboration with the

Project Sketches. Part Two
Croquis de Proyectos. Segunda Parte

ABIBOO STUDIO TOP INTERIOR FIRM

Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… ABIBOO Studio was started six years ago by a group of passionate architects and designers committed to innovating architecture and urban planning across the globe. Since then, we have been fortunate to design, manage, and work on the development of residential, offices, retail, hospitality, healthcare, educational, cultural, and

Optimistic Year Ahead. Architecture in the US
Comienzo de Año Optimista. Arquitectura en EE. UU.

ABIBOO 2016 ARCHITECTURE IN THE US

Para español, leer debajo de la imagen… This text was originally written for COAM [Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid], one of the largest Association in the AEC Industry in Spain, as part of ABIBOO’s founder role as their correspondent in the US. Unfortunately, this post is only available in Spanish. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Vision of History, by ABIBOO
Visión de la Historia, por ABIBOO

ABIBOO ORIGIN OF CREATIVITY

Para español, leer debajo del vídeo…  Throughout history, outstanding minds, great leaders understood that immortality happens only when we affect our Universe, when new ways of experiencing life are created, when we realize that through innovation, we have the key to reach for the biggest asset in Humankind: TIME. Along the centuries, ARCHITECTURE became the tool of a fortunate few, for Expression

Architecture as a Phenomenological Sponge
Arquitectura como una Esponja Fenomenológica

ABIBOO STUDIO PHENOMENOLOGICAL SPONGE

Para español, leer debajo de la imagen… Architecture as a Phenomenological Sponge, by Alfredo Munoz: Complexity and isotropy are common characteristics of today’s society. The requirements associated with new forms of life are increasing, making architectural space increasingly complex. To respond to this changing reality we could propose two design alternatives: The first is to

Dynamic Architectural Sketches
Croquis Arquitectónicos Dinámicos

ABIBOO STUDIO TOP ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNERS

Para español, leer debajo del video… Architecture today cannot be understood without the link between the “human brain” and the “machine”. The collective creativity of ABIBOO’s team joins daily with technological tools that help us innovate architecture, interior, and urban spaces. See this combination during the creative process in action by taking a trip through

Foreign Architect in the US
Arquitecto Extranjero en EE. UU.

ABIBOO STUDIO FOREIGN ARCHITECT IN USA

Para español, leer debajo de la imagen… This text was originally written for COAM [Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid], one of the largest Association in the AEC Industry in Spain, as part of ABIBOO’s founder role as their correspondent in the US. Unfortunately, this post is only available in Spanish. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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