Posts By anagpuyol

Snow piles up around Horizon House

Akiko Kubo, one of the the caretakers of the experimental houses built in the Memu Meadows, has shared the most recent status of Horizon House under the snow. We are very excited to see the evolution of this winter and getting up to 1.00 m of snow. This will cover the railroad-tie base, leaving the house ‘floating’ in the white landscape.

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Horizon House gets published in EL PAIS

Under the title of ‘Horizonte Sostenible‘, Anatxu Zabalbeascoa has written an article for the digital version of the Spanish newspaper EL PAIS as part of her blog ‘Del Tirador a la Ciudad’. You can read the whole article following the link above or clicking on the picture below.

Del Tirador a la Ciudad

Shinkenchiku magazine covers the opening of Horizon House

One of the members of the jury for the 3rd LIXIL International University Architectural Competition, Professor Darko Radovic from Keio University, has posted an entry on his blog  about the Japanese magazine Shinkenchiku featuring the opening of Horizon House. Click on the image to see more.


Diario SUR covers the construction of Horizon House

Diario SUR – the main newspaper in Malaga (Spain) – has published an article explaining how Carlos Cerezo and I – both born and raised in the city – studied Architecture in Spain, came to study a Master in Design Studies (MDesS) at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and got involved in a multidisciplinary team to participate in the competition and construction of Horizon House, a sustainable project in Japan.

Talento malagueño con sello Harvard

Coming soon…

Portfolio 2014

Horizon House under the snow

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Photo taken by Ms. Akiko Kubo

A morning at Horizon House

Thomas Sherman, Carlos Cerezo and I enjoying the beginning of the day at Horizon House.

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Opening of Horizon House

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1K & 2D chairs exhibited at the GSD

Design on a different scale

Exhibition of kinetic canopy ‘Solstice’