On May 26 Manuel Pérez Romero be joining the #TransatlanticExchange on energy efficient buildings to present: Energy Between Buildings. Using the Flow of Materials and Energy to Enhance Sustainable Cities.
Article written by Manuel Pérez Romero, featured in Archdaily, about how to design more sustainable and open cities, once that the land area allocated for vehicles is gradually decreasing.
Join us for an Instagram Live session with Carol Ross Barney FAIA, founder of Ross Barney Architects, and Manuel Perez Romero, Chair of the Center for Sustainable Cities at IE School of Architecture and Design.
From #climatechange to the pillars of happiness, our guests will discuss the various roles that architects and designers play in creating healthy living environments.
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Interview with Manuel Pérez Romero, about Cities and Circularity.
Check the article written by Manuel Pérez Romero about how cities have changed and evolved to prevent catastrophes and pandemics.
Today we finished the first week of the #IE_Summerbooster program, an interdisciplinary effort between all five Schools at IE University, aimed at Master and Bachelor students and recent graduates with an interest in a range of diverse topics, held in a #hybrid format, with students attending classes physically and online, simultaneously.
During this first week, in which IE School of Architecture and Design was in charge, our School Dean: Martha Thorne and Professor Manuel Perez Romero, run the workshop “The City of the Future”, to promote an understanding of the interrelationship of #city systems, people, and our environment. Participation and interaction were key!
Article written by Manuel Perez Romero, about how cities have been shaped by disaster prevention strategies, in order to reduce the risk of fire, flooding or epidemics.
nodo17 group has been awarded with an Honorable Mention in Seoul Compact City International Design Competition.
We proposed an extremely fluid urban design for Seoul Compact City. An urban catalyst, based on diversity, connectivity, density, and a vibrant urban life. We designed from the small scale, of two neighbors talking and walking, to the bigger scale of the connection of Sinnae 3 with Sinnae 4, and to Sinnae metro station.
A system of different types of slope streets, formed by Main and Community Streets, will connect smoothly Sinnae 3 with Sinnae 4. The neighborhood squares located on the top of Bukbu Expressway will act as a meeting place for both districts. These squares are accomodating permanent and temporary programs, as weekend markets.
Finally, the identity of Seoul Compact City will be based on its capacity for building a recognizable landmark, from the scale of the northeast gateway, to the small scale of the Community Streets.
May 29th: Manuel Pérez Romero will be one of the Panelist for the event: “Creating the Cities of the Future”, organized by the European Union at the Embassy of Sweden, in Washignton D.C.
Proud of our team proposal. FINALIST for “Changdong-Sanggye Start-up and Culture Industry Complex International Design Competition”, Seoul. nodo17group + Seoinn Design Group + BAC + Aiguasol + ABM
March 19th: Manuel Pérez Romero will give a lecture at Washington Alexandria Architecture Center, Virginia Tech University, under the title: “Evolutionary and adaptive organisms”.
Sycnhronization of city rhythms: Klekovaca Tourist Centre.