2 dwellings building in Jaén awarded

“The jury records that young authors are behind this project, people capable of poetize everyday life, opening the door of the living room to a modern and enlightened society, to appreciate what you have and turn it into good and valuable. It is an optimistic project typical of a new generation that have grown in…

bRijUNi architects lecturers in Rehabilita 2012

bRijUNi architects have been invited to participate in the exhibition and present their job with the lecture Mini estrategias patio-sociales punk arquitecturas a todo color to Rehabilita 2012 in Plasencia.

bRijUNi architects taught at Architectural Association Summer School 2012

As practitioners we understand the challenge of getting the attention of our creative students  with theoretical subjects like those regarding history, theory and criticism that we use to teach in our courses. Deeply convinced of their usefulness to train architects capable of thinking by themselves in the future, as teachers, we focus on demonstrate it to students.To achieve…

bRijUNi architects

We perceive architecture as a game of interaction.For this reason in our buildings, mostly residential, we strive to study how each of our interventions affects their urban environment, their neighbors´ life and what can they bring to all of this.The opening to the space around them, the promotion of the neighborliness between its inhabitants and…

Ménage à trois in Matadero de Legazpi, Madrid

We strongly believe in the necessity of finding new ways of communicating the architecture capable of connecting with contemporary society. In our events we have experimented with new ways to confront the public with our message. Through techniques of theatrical performances, with the action of D-js and V-js as a link between spectators and commentators,…

bRijUNi HQ: onoffice magazine

“While clients liked the ground floor, with its acid green paint and bare brickwork, they were even more impressed by the basement meeting room. This featured murals by the artist Jack Babiloni, (…), which translates as ‘knowing and earning’. ‘We admired his work before he became famous, and were so glad when he got in…