01/10/2018 | Ágora Bogotá on the cover of the spanish magazine Arquitectura Viva on its october edition 2018. It also includes an article about the project as part of the spanish architects’ professional practice in America.
Convive is a student competition that annually invites architecture schools from Colombia and other Latin American countries to contribute innovative and viable solutions to contemporary challenges of housing, habitat and regional design.
2012 / The faculty decided that all the projects of the Advanced Units should be located within the “Triángulo de Fenicia”, a triangular city district in which the University is actively involved with different types of projects (academic, social and urban regeneration).
Investigación/Docencia Circasia: engaging the creeks Master in Landscape ArchitectureUniversity of Pennsylvania Diego Bermudez Obregón Graduation Project . Read more The existing urban fabric of Circasia usually expands occupying both valuable agricultural and environmentally rich land, without any concern for topography, hydrology, biodiversity, or sustainability. In the south, deep creeks interrupt Circasia’s urban fabric. Circasians are […]
Investigación/Docencia Redrawing the coast Diego Bermudez Obregón Read more After several years of violence and economic isolation, Colombia’s image has shifted. Several international treaties have been signed and Colombia has been targeted by new travelers and powerful international investors. A forbidden destination less than a decade ago, Colombia welcomes now more than 2 million […]
Conceived as a model to be used all throughout the country, it was created on the margins of the normal conditions of social housing production. Only two pilot projects would be built, Tunal and Kennedy, both in the city of Bogotá, and were intended to demonstrate the advantages of the proposed construction system.