The first lectures in this series took place at the McGill University School of Architecture in Montreal the same afternoon, and was led by Carme Pigem, founder of “RCR Architects”, winner of the 2017 Pritzker prize. As well as explaining her personal view on the most significant characteristics that currently define Spanish architecture, Pigem also moderated and participated in a debate which was joined by Alain Carle, an architect and researcher of the McGill School of Architecture, and an architect from Seville, Laura Domínguez, founder of “Men of Stone Architects” – studio patron of the Foundation of Contemporary Architecture.
Carme Pigem, lecture Made in Spain
Cosentino and Contemporary Architecture Foundation
McGill University, Montreal
The Foundation of Contemporary Architecture, with the support of Cosentino Group, have promoted a new edition of the international series of “MadeinSpain” lectures about Spanish architecture that, in this edition were presented in Canada.