Adolfo Nadal

Principal Founder and Director

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I was born in Madrid in 1980. I studied Architecture at the Technische Universität of Berlin and at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, where I received my Master Degree in Architecture with Honours in 2005. I graduated from GSAPP Columbia in May, 2010. I also succesfully participated in numerous contests and competitions, such as the Iberflora International Competition for Master Students, where I was finalist.
I was born in Madrid in 1980. I am currently researcher, and hold a teaching position at IE University.

My professional works include cooperation with the office Toyo Ito & Associates, for the winning design of the Gavia Park in Madrid, Spain. I have also worked for two years at the renowned office UNStudio, founded by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, as well as for Ove Arup and Partners developing Master Plans. I also work as freelance in the world of architectural computing and parametric urbanism.

My emerging teaching experience includes a series of lectures at the Architecture Faculty of Madrid, as well as other lectures and workshops, such as the First Workshop of Parametric Design at Las Palmas University, "Emergent Patterns in the Built Environment", the upcoming "Digital Strategies" and many others. I have also been appointed Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer at the GSAPP Columbia in the city o New York.

A unique combination of a technical and solid base with a creative focus is an innovative approach method to both existing and upcoming problems in architecture. My interests embrace from vernacular architecture to new computational methods, whereby I aim to combine parametric software to fabrication and production in the context of architectural materials and design itself.

I founded archi[o]logics as a platform of knowledge exchange, moved by the need of innovative thinking in architecture. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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