Madrid-based architect Carlos Arroyo will lecture at Kent State University, Florence Program on Tuesday March 18, 2014 at 7 pm. He will be introduced by Paola Giaconia, professor and coordinator for the Architecture Program at the school.
Carlos Arroyo Arquitectos is a Madrid based architecture and planning office of international scope, with built work and projects in Spain, France, Belgium, Argentina, Colombia and Rwanda. Carlos Arroyo has developed protocols for innovation on all scales, from building technology to landscape management, developing new types of public building, or researching into new forms of housing. His work, described by critics as “sustainable exuberance”, claims to set the frame for a new architectural culture, language and aesthetics, through the ethics, technology and parameters of sustainability.
For more information on Carlos Arroyo’s works, please visit his website.