Architecture needs to change as society is changing. Fuzzy architecture, liquid society, sustainability not only can be applied to homes but to public spaces as well. Dialogue is key.
Carlos Arroyo is a contemporary architect, urbanist and critic from Madrid, Spain. His work sets the frame for a new architectural culture, language and aesthetics, through the ethics, technology and parameters of sustainability. His office is based in Madrid and has works and projects on three continents.
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