In the context of the series “Miradas cruzadas: arquitectura iberoamericana” [Insights/Viewpoints: Hispanic American Architecture] CASA AMERICA invites the public to a conversation between Atelier Morales, Cuban architects and artists based in Paris (Teresa Ayuso and Juan Luis Morales) and Rafael Doctor, Spanish curator. The discussion will take place on September 29, 2016, at 7:00pm. This event is free and open to the public (first come, first served). CASA AMERICA is located at Plaza de la Cibeles, in Madrid, Spain.
With this talk, CASA AMERICA seeks to promote knowledge of Latin American architects in Spain, thus promoting the exchange of experiences and joint viewpoints between architectural studies on both sides of the Atlantic.
Juan Luis Morales is a professor at the National Superior School of Architecture-La Villette [École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris-La Villette, Paris, France] and member of the Order of Architects of France. He graduated in Architecture at the National Superior School of Architecture of Havana (ISPJAE, Cuba) and at the National Superior School of Architecture-La Villette (Paris, France).
Teresa Ayuso graduated in Architecture at the National Superior School of Architecture (University of Havana) and is a member of La Maison des Artistes in France; she has a master’s degree in Industrial Design from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico City).
For full article, see http://www.casamerica.es/arte-y-arquitectura/atelier-morales