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lamesadevenn: Part Four

Site in hand, lamesadevenn began developing a design and program that would be cutting-edge and strikingly original—and of questionable feasibility.

In this series, trace the evolution of lamesadevenn, an international collaborative of architects, product designers and communication specialists who are redefining how and why we design. They’ve brought in journalist Seth Biderman and illustrator Nacho Durá to chronicle their “living projects,” like the Rancho—a live/work space designed to foster community and sustainable values in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Part four: At the Drawing Board…

As the bridges were fixed and sewage lines extended at lamesadevenn’s newly purchased Santa Fe site, collaborators from Spain to San Francisco set about creating a design that would capture their own forward-thinking spirit, and also meet the needs of La Mesita, the social profit organization who hoped to set up shop in the building when it was complete. Pictured here: Santiago Buraglia and Christian Alba (background) working on the topographical model at their Valencia, Spain, studio.

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