Historical Weave

Mexico City, Mexico, 2017 Team: Adrian Aguirre The history of a nation endures on people’s memory through the objects of everyday use; woven bags, baskets and chairs are part of the Mexican collective memory. Historical weave… Continue reading

Sinuous Plateau

Sinuous Plateau; Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, 2016 Team: Adrian Aguirre Plateau. A land area having a relatively level surface considerably raised above adjoining land on at least one side, and often cut by deep canyons.… Continue reading

Accidental Architecture

Accidental Architecture Kindle Edition Official release of the book Accidental Architecture for Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BRJMLBS   Book details. File Size: 1260 KB Print Length: 43 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: Adrian Aguirre; 1… Continue reading

Suspended Space

  Suspended Space; Mexico City, Mexico, 2015 Team: Adrian Aguirre & Gerry Cruz (gerrycruz.net) The history of a nation endures on people’s memory through the objects of everyday use; traditional games and toys… Continue reading

Urban Filigree

Urban Filigree; Paris, France, 2014 Team: Adrian Aguirre & Gerry Cruz (gerrycruz.net) “If you think about voids instead of working with the solid elements, the truth appears… the art of the structure is… Continue reading

Metropolitan Vortex

Metropolitan Vortex. New dwelling, old context; Guadalajara, Mexico, 2013 Team: Adrian Aguirre & Gerry Cruz (gerrycruz.net) The city is a buildup of vitalities, people, vehicles, and information on the move. Any architecture of… Continue reading

KTISMA journal & Accidental Architecture

Accidental Architecture published on KTISMA journal #3, Latent Potentials “KTISMA journal is proud to present its third issue, an investigation into Latent Potentials. By interpreting essays, mappings, architectural projects, and theoretical examinations we question… Continue reading

Hyperbolic Patterns

Hyperbolic patterns. Archivo pavilion competition; Mexico City, 2012. Team: Adrian Aguirre & Raul Rebolledo Pattern. A discernible coherent system based on the intended interrelationship of component parts “According to Albert Einstein, events do not… Continue reading

KTISMA journal & Self destructing systems

Self destructing systems published on KTISMA journal #1, YOU HOLD THE GUN! Inspired by Bruno Latour’s and Albena Yaneva’s 2008 article “Give me a Gun and I Will Make All Buildings Move: An ANT’S… Continue reading

Material footprints

Material footprints AADRL Phase I, Workshop II Team: Kathleen O’Donnell, Paola Salcedo, Adrian Aguirre   The aim of the workshop was to investigate and developed and interface between environmental data and mechanical apparatuses, in… Continue reading