PRÁCTICA Lecture in San Francisco
José Mayoral Moratilla Architect and Partner at Studio PRÁCTICA, Architects with offices in Madrid, Seville, Spain and Santiago, Chile, is lecturing at the AAU School of Architecture / Thursday, November 15th, 2018, 6pm at 601 Brannan Street, Large Atrium Space, San Francisco, CA 94107
PRÁCTICA is an international architecture and design firm working across all scales and contexts. They seek local solutions through a global vision. Their design process is defined by its conceptual approach and attention to detail. PRÁCTICA focuses on redefining design ideas to reach sustainable and innovative solutions in the fields of architecture, urbanism, and design. PRÁCTICA was founded by Jaime Daroca, José Mayoral and José Ramón Sierra while working together at Harvard University. Since then, it has grown into a diverse and multidisciplinary team from all over the World. The partners broad international professional experiences throughout Switzerland, UK, USA, Chile and Spain, and collaboration with firms such as Herzog & de Meuron, David Chipperfield Architects, Rafael Moneo, e2a Architekten, Tod Williams Billie Tsien, Sergison Bates Architects and Ábalos-Sentkiewicz, project a global view on their works of various scales and programs. They continue to have an active role in academia through teaching and research positions at Harvard University GSD, Columbia University GSAPP, Universidad Católica de Chile and Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. PRÁCTICA has grown to become a diverse and multidisciplinary team of global professionals, with experts in architecture, urbanism, and design. Their varied perspectives and experiences contribute to building a nourishing design environment that translates into creative and unexpected solutions. PRÁCTICA’s work has been exhibited at several international institutions such as MoMA New York, the Architecture Biennials of Venice, Chile, and Spain, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Columbia University GSAPP and the University of Seville among others. The work is widely published in magazines and books worldwide.
The Lecture is free and open to the public.