Education Hub is a project of Manifesta 12Education made in collaboration with the University and Academy of Fine Arts of Palermo and the transport company AMAT. Education Hub is generously supported by DGAAP, the Contemporary Art and Architecture Department of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism.
Manifesta 12 Education Hub life cycle: October 2017 – 1st workshop session with the students https://vimeo.com/251690788 December 2017 – 2nd workshop session with the students January 2018 – 3rd workshop session with the students https://vimeo.com/252373973 January – June 2018 – Bus transformation works June – November 2018 – Education Hub in action
Manifesta 12 Education Hub life cycle: October 2017 – 1st workshop session with the students December 2017 – 2nd workshop session with the students January 2018 – 3rd workshop session with the students January – April 2018 – Bus transformation works April – November 2018 – Education Hub in action
ENORME Studio is an architecture and design office based in Madrid and led by David Pérez, Carmelo Rodríguez and Rocío Pina. ENORME is best characterized by their radical approach to architecture, city and people. They design and build ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS based on industrial systems and typological innovation, as well as perform participation dynamics in the domain of city construction through their creative platform CIUDAD CREA CIUDAD and the creation of CITIZENSHIP BRAND IDENTITIES. Their aim is to foster alternative ways to examine urban issues and to motivate the creation of a proactive citizen culture. They design and apply TACTICAL URBANISM tools that transfer teamwork strategies and collective thinking dynamics into public and private space design and management. ENORME’s aim is to give the city back to citizens as an emotional, plural and relational space.
The ENORME Studio architects that Manifesta 12 is collaborating with on this project are Carmelo Rodríguez and Rocío Pina
Special thanks to Professo Viviana Trapani (University of Palermo, Department of Architecture) and to Prof. Cinzia Ferrara (Graphic Design Department, Academy of Fine Arts of Palermo).
Team with Taller de Casquería. 2013/2014. Paisaje Urban Tetuán. Madrid
#HYPERTUBE is one of the actions that was included on the Tetuán District CityScape Quality Improvement Program, a pilot program that has been developed by an open work group including local cultural agents, politic representatives and neighbourhood representatives and agents through a series of periodical meetings carried out throughout 2013 and managed by the work group itself.
The graphical design of an event turns into action of the proper event, in content of the event... [It indexes: Nike's advertising that uses the own advertising format as expression and materialization of the own content and brand image] We are expert neither in economy, nor in business management ... most of our projects is deficit (but there will be some reason for which we are here)... It is possible that there are explicable parts of our work from an optics near to the marketing (or connectable), detecting and developing tricks that we have been discovering brings over of topics as: how to enter on a market, how to generate favorable contexts, how to manage the ideas and production of a project, how to provide him with creative appreciations, how to report, to connect and to re-insert a project with the reality.
Team with Oficina Lúdica. July 2014. Pinto Salinas. Caracas, Venezuela.
A social context: Pinto Salinas, a district greatly affected by violence and micro-trafficking, one of the five areas selected for carrying out the communitarian construction of spaces for life and peace.
A physical context: a plot in an excellent situation regarding the district’s structure which should naturally become a remarkable condenser of public uses but that is, simultaneously, a neglected space due to water filtrations from illegal and unattended facilities and due to garbage pilling up in relation to damaged garbage containers.
1st PRIZE Transitarte Competition 1ER CONCURSO ONLINE DE ARQUITECTURA. TRANSITARTE. Ministerio de Educación Cultura y Deporte Subdirección General de Promoción de las Bellas Artes Curated by Ariadna Cantis www.ariadnacantis.com Collaborators: Alia Sabry / Ana Arana / Carmelo Rodríguez Rojas / Isabel Rodríguez Photos by Javier de Paz García www.estudioballoon.es
+ info about the competititon: http://www.transitarte.es/
Nov 2013. Lisboa. CLoser Closer Architecture Triennale “SUPERHATCH” is a project developed by PKMN and curated by Ariadna Cantis inside the third Lisbon Architecture Triennale as associated project of Close, Closer
SUPERHATCH proposes an ANALOGICAL RE-INTERPRETATION in real scale of a digital graphic tool: Cad Hatch Patterns. Hatch Patterns don’t have a scale though they’re used to represent the real materials that are used on public space design in cities. The re-interpretation process that we propose consists on the physical drawing with plastic tape of some of these hatch patterns superimposed to surface of a square in Lisbon. This square will be a very crowded place in the center of Lisbon: Praça “Igreja de Sao Domingos”.
1 neighbour <-> 1 chair. Transformable urban bench for Campo de Cebada. A place and object to watch, to work, to eat in, to play, to rest, to change. Build through personal identities from La Latina quartier in Madrid.