Unveiling the Each day Life Inside BIG's IQON: A Visible Narrative by Pablo Casals-Aguirre

Unveiling the Each day Life Inside BIG’s IQON: A Visible Narrative by Pablo Casals-Aguirre


From the altering seasons to the customers’ interactions, there may be nearly an infinite set of sides of the architectural mission that may be represented by movie, and lots of photographers have entered into this dimension in numerous codecs: documentaries, fastened digital camera, scripted performances or time-lapses, amongst others you can browse in our video part.

Photographer Pablo Casals-Aguirre, who has been documenting up to date Chilean structure, has shared by the years his consistently evolving architectural movie manufacturing. Since 2011 by his shorts of Louis Kahn’s Salk Institute, Le Corbusier’s Currutchet Home, Aurelio Galfetti’s Bellinzona Public Swimming Pool, or Christ & Gantenbein’s Basel Kunstmuseum, Casals-Aguirre has explored a documentary type that follows the each day life contained in the mission, interacting with its customers, with a cautious sound modifying to transmit such experiences.

His work has been featured on the Venice Structure Biennale, the London Design Competition, the Uffizi Museum in Florence, the Budapest Structure Movie Days Competition, Arquitecturas Movie Competition, and the Milano Triennale, amongst different structure reveals and movie festivals. His newest participation is the “Open Entry, Up to date Public Area in Latin America” exhibit on the La Moneda Cultural Heart in Santiago, Chile. His work can even be showcased on the upcoming exhibit “Atmospheric, Filming Structure” on the Arc en Rêve Centre d’Structure in Bordeaux, France.

In his most up-to-date work Casals-Aguirre paperwork life at IQON, the newest residential mission by BIG in Quito, Ecuador. A constructing with a hanging facade that provides dynamism to the skyline of the town in opposition to the backdrop of the Andes. The sound modifying immerses us into the busy streets of Quito, and slowly takes us by the mission, its widespread areas, and the intimacy of the each day lifetime of its inhabitants.

You’ll be able to watch the complete video catalog of Pablo Casals-Aguirre on YouTube, and his mission portfolio at ArchDaily.