Time:17th of August 19:30-21:30

Location:Theater 3F

Speaker:founder of S-M.A.O. - Juan Carlos Sancho

Moderater:Wang Fangji(Professor of Tongji University)

Language:Spanish(Spanish-Chinese translation)

Translator:Lu Lu

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About the Lecture

From 1982 to the present, Sancho-Madridejos has developed a number of lines of work and research related to the architectural space. One of these lines centers on the theme of “the fold” and its use in the architectonic field with the means inherent to the architectonic discipline.

The aim of this lecture will be to explain the development of their research regarding “folding”, its evolution over the years and its interaction with other themes as a means of addressing complex projects and different ways of approaching the world of “the fold”.

Valleaceron Chapel, Ciudad Real , Spain

Valleaceron Chapel, Ciudad Real , Spain

Vi_as Winery in Picon Ciudad Real Spain

Vi_as Winery in Picon Ciudad Real Spain

Center of Arts and Technology (CAT) in Segovia

Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art

About Achitects

S-M.A.O. - Juan Carlos Sancho and Sol Madridejos

Juan Carlos Sancho, PhD Architect, is a Chair Professor in the Projects Department of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid. Sol Madridejos, Architect, has been Professor of Projects in several Universities. In 1982, they founded the SANCHO-MADRIDEJOS architecture firm, participating in several national and international architectural competitions. This effort, internationally recognized, has been awarded numerous awards and official recognition. Their work has been widely exhibited and published both in Spain and all over the world. Their professional activity has been complemented by their educational activity. They have been invited as Professors to give Courses, Conferences and Master Classes in numerous Universities and Institutions.

Their work has been published in Spain and abroad, and has been exhibited, among others, at the VII, VIII, X and XII Biennale Architettura di Venezia, Petit Palais de Paris, Biennial Exhibition of Architecture of Quingpu, Bienal de Arquitectura de Buenos Aires, Museum of Modern Art MoMA in New York, National Building Museum in Washington, National Museum of Shanghai, Palais the Tokyo in Paris, and at different Architecture Exhibitions in London, Paris, Shanghai, Bogotá, Verona, Rome and Madrid.