Tonight IAAC had the pleasure to welcome Javier Peña, founder of the architecture office XPIRAL, who gave us a lecture explaining through different XPIRAL designs how the low and the traditional materials can work together with the digital technologies: understanding this material-technique connection as the chance to generate a wide range of innovative possibilities, and rethinking how architectural projects are the bridge which links social and economic behaviour in an efficient network. He also exposed how we will be able to apply this connection methodologies in several scales, programmes and fields of the innovative process as an heterogeneous creative mechanism.

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