WORDS Lindi Brownell Meiring IMAGES via Ensamble Studio
Spanish architects Antón García-Abril and Débora Mesa of Ensamble Studio, both speaking at the 2018 Design Indaba Conference, are interested in exploring urban and architectural spaces in innovative ways.
The studio’s work includes a house that took a full year to engineer but only seven days to build (Hemeroscopium House) and a portal that makes use of materials found in the natural surrounding landscape (Beartooth).
Below is a selection of 5 buildings and structures created by the studio over the past 10 years.
Name: The Truffle
Location: Costa da Morte
Name: Hemeroscopium House
Location: Madrid, Spain
Name: Cervantes / Telcel Theatre
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Name: Cyclopean House
Location: Massachusetts, USA
Name: Structures of Landscape (Beartooth Portal)
Location: Montana, USA
View more of Ensamble Studio’s work at ensamble.info.