A Competition entry for the Museum Santiago Ydáñez in Spain By Matteo Cainer Architects The fractured tectonic of the Santiago Ydañez Museum, in the town of Puente de Génaveexpresses the relationship between the work of the artists, the site and the building program. Conceptually a jazz improvisation, the intersection of the integrated and sculpted grids is conceived as a musical rhythm where the ...

DRA&U Architects proposal for the Wine’s Museum competition on Cerro San Cristobal. “The dynamics of line and surface define the templates that create architecture and organisations. In the making of form it is not only shape that counts but the rules and interior logic by which such contours are derived”. – Cecil Balmond We wanted to build from first principles and our own prescriptions ...