The idea stems from an obsession with the continuous transgression of borders that we commit every day while searching for new ways of living or feeling, and how architecture can be a means to satisfy or prevent these movements. This subject highlights another way of looking at architecture and can be transferred to a number of formats.
Author: Carlos Lanuza Jarquín
These reflections aim to create new narratives based on the thorough look at the implications that the built space has in the way we relate to each other, and how our relationships also affect space. To do so, it is necessary to understand that the moral ground on which they are founded must be questioned to understand that care transcends all ethic spheres, that we hopelessly seek care, and that this force ends up configuring new landscapes, imaginary or built.
Video: Carlos Lanuza Jarquín. Screenwrite: Carlos Lanuza Jarquín.
Cast: Carlos Lanuza Jarquín
Music 1: Ketsa_Beautiful hope. Music 2: Jim Hall_Wanderlust (both from the Free Music Archive).
Voice off: Carlos Lanuza Jarquín/José García Aguarod.
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All videos and images for illustrative purposes only.
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Bilingual architect with several years of experience in architectural and interior design. Highly interested in arts and research. Holds a Ph.D. in Architecture, and two master's degrees: the first one in Theory and Practice of Architectural Design by the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura (ETSAB - UPC), and the second in Interior Design by ELISAVA. Local correspondent and contributor in Barcelona for Arquine (Mexico).