is a design collaboration started in New York in 2018, by Spanish architect Álvaro Gómez-Sellés and Canadian designer Marisa Müsing. They first met while working at the design office SO-IL. There they led and developed the winning proposal for
Place Mazas (Paris),
a mixed-use housing project on the River Seine. Together they have also designed an arts campus,
(Brooklyn), a contemporary art museum,
CTF Contemporary Art Museum (Hong Kong),
and a housing prototype for future living,
MINI Breath (Milano).
Their most recent project
Espai Formica® (Barcelona) is a collaborative academic/professional project, developed between Elisava Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) for Formica Group. The project is an ephemeral architectural intervention to reactivate one of the warehouses within the Nau Bostik complex in a new decapitalized, non-hierarchical and inclusive space for the community.
will be presented during Barcelona Design Week 2022 in one of the warehouses of the Nau Bostik complex.