Estudio Carme Pinós Exhibition
Architecture and Planning Library windows, Ground Floor Foyer, Melbourne School of Design
The exhibition provides an insight into the work of the Barcelona-based architect Carme Pinos through a selection of photographs and drawings. Besides her brand-new design for this year's MPavilion located in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens, the architect presents five of her most acclaimed projects built within the last decade, diverse in scale, material, and setting.
Carme Pinós set up her own studio in 1991 after winning international recognition for her work with Enric Miralles. Since then, she has worked on numerous projects ranging from urban refurbishments and public works to furniture design. Her sharp approach to design, anchored by a constant focus on experimentation and research, has made her work garner worldwide recognition at the same time that Barcelona architecture has cemented its own identity and reputation throughout Europe and South and North America.