The work of Mansilla + Tuñón, two young Spanish contemporary architects who construct polysemantic works of architecture.
Archi_ve_s is a series of books published in collaboration with the Student Senate of the University Institute of Architecture of Venice. Each title is the result of a project organized by the students themselves, in complete autonomy. They decide on the content of each publication, freely designing the graphics, preparing the materials and working on all the production phases.
This volume describes the work of Mansilla + Tuñón, two young Spanish contemporary architects who have broken away from the organic tradition of Spanish architecture in pursuit of a terse process of abstraction. They construct polysemantic works of architecture, convinced that reality is more weighty and complex than ideas.
Their works include the Archaeological Museum of Zamora, the El Aguila cultural center in Madrid, the Auditorium of León, the Museum of Castellón.