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Jun 16,2020

Designing From Our Human Vulnerability. Michel Rojkind and Spencer Bailey for Design Talks Now

On June 17th Michel Rojkind and Spencer Bailey (Co-Founder, The Slowdown) had a conversation based on understanding that the architecture and design profession is a at constant flux -economical, political and social.  Exploration will resolve around the willingness and courage to take risks and persue uncommon paths in order to provide urban strategies and design solutions- to even the smallest of objects to the complexities of large buildings and master plans that open new possibilities at a time when unknown possibility is exactly what we face.

Special thanks: Design Pavilion NY and Design Talks Now NY

 

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Jun 01,2020

Interview: El Clarín Argentina

Rojkind Arquitectos thanks El Clarín Argentina for the interview and the projects that were displayed: Liverpool Insurgentes, Liverpool Interlomas, Torre Altozano, High Park, Mercado Roma y Citelis II
Special thanks to: Wework Argentina, Deborah Nara and Grupo Massar.

Read the full article!

May 27,2020

Virtual Gathering with the team of KPF

On May 28th Rojkid Arquitectos had a friendly and interesting virtual gathering with the team of KPF.

Thank you so much!

May 21,2020

Design Against Fear (Live stream) with Mauro Porcini

Last Thursday, May 21st Mauro Porcini and Michel Rojkind talked about the importance of designing from our human vulnerability.

The live conversation on Instagram was very human, spiritual and fun.

Thanks for watching!

 

May 18,2020

Factory Friday: an educational project to strengthen human ties

Starting on May 15, every Friday will be “Factory Friday”: an educational project designed to strengthen the ties between school and society. Michel Rojkind, along with another 11 prominent Latin American architects  will be sharing their practice through a digital dialogue.

Michel Rojkind presented two projects: Foro Boca and Ummara. He also reminded us about the importance of not building and designing through fear.

50% of the raised funds will be destined to #iniciativasocial , a project that seeks to bring food to people in a greater degree of vulnerability.

 

 

 

 

 

 


			
May 12,2020

Final Review: "Territorial Typologies" from The City College of New York

Michel Rojkind along with other top jurors were part of the Final Review: “Investigating global migration in general terms and in particularat Mexico´s Southern border.”

We appreciate this great opportunity!

Jurors:

William Brinkman-Clark, UNAM-Mexico City

Arturo Ortiz-Struck, Taller Territorial

Sean Anderson, MoMA

Ronald Rael, Emerging Objects

Maureen Meyer, Washington Office of Latin America

Enrique Norten, TEN Arquitectos

Rahul Mehrota, Harvard University, GDS, Harvard

Michel Rijkind, Rojkind Arquitectos

Heber Missael Jaimes Murillo, Human Rights Lawer, Tapachula, Chiapas

Hector Esware, Esware Studio

Sonia López, IOM-Mexico City

Brad Horn, CCNY Director of Graduate Program

Alessandra Cianchetta, AWP Ltd Architecs, CCNY Visiting Professor

June Williamson, CCNY Department Chair

Jerome Haferd, CCNY, Brandt:Haferd

May 12,2020

USC Architecture Graduate Thesis | "Form Follows Performance"

The Zoom Webinar where Michel Rojkind, with another experts and iconic jurors, were part of the USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles Graduate Thesis: “Form Follows Performance”,  presented on may 12th, 2020.

Thank you for letting us be part of it!

Jurors:

Volkan Alkanoglu     –    Nike Design Innovation

Winka Dubbeldam    –   Penn Design

Eric Howeler        –          Harvard GSD

Julia Koerner         –        UCLA AUD

Ersela Kripa          –      Texas Tech

Max Kuo     –      Harvard GSD

Jaron Lubin     –     Safdie Associaties

Thom Mayne     –         SCI-Arc

Mitch Mcewan    –     Princeton

Ron Rael    –    UC Berkeley

Michel Rojkind    –    Rojkind Arquitectos

Craig Scott   –    CCA

Theo Spyropoulos    –     Architectural Association

Kathy Velikov   –           U. Michigan

 

 

 

Designing From Our Human Vulnerability. Michel Rojkind and Spencer Bailey for Design Talks Now

Jun 16, 2020

On June 17th Michel Rojkind and Spencer Bailey (Co-Founder, The Slowdown) had a conversation based on understanding that the architecture and design profession is a at constant flux -economical, political and social.  Exploration will resolve around the willingness and courage to take risks and persue uncommon paths in order to provide urban strategies and design solutions- to even the smallest of objects to the complexities of large buildings and master plans that open new possibilities at a time when unknown possibility is exactly what we face.

Special thanks: Design Pavilion NY and Design Talks Now NY

 

Sign up to attend the seminar

Interview: El Clarín Argentina

Jun 01, 2020

Rojkind Arquitectos thanks El Clarín Argentina for the interview and the projects that were displayed: Liverpool Insurgentes, Liverpool Interlomas, Torre Altozano, High Park, Mercado Roma y Citelis II
Special thanks to: Wework Argentina, Deborah Nara and Grupo Massar.

Read the full article!

Virtual Gathering with the team of KPF

May 27, 2020

On May 28th Rojkid Arquitectos had a friendly and interesting virtual gathering with the team of KPF.

Thank you so much!

Design Against Fear (Live stream) with Mauro Porcini

May 21, 2020

Last Thursday, May 21st Mauro Porcini and Michel Rojkind talked about the importance of designing from our human vulnerability.

The live conversation on Instagram was very human, spiritual and fun.

Thanks for watching!

 

Factory Friday: an educational project to strengthen human ties

May 18, 2020

Starting on May 15, every Friday will be “Factory Friday”: an educational project designed to strengthen the ties between school and society. Michel Rojkind, along with another 11 prominent Latin American architects  will be sharing their practice through a digital dialogue.

Michel Rojkind presented two projects: Foro Boca and Ummara. He also reminded us about the importance of not building and designing through fear.

50% of the raised funds will be destined to #iniciativasocial , a project that seeks to bring food to people in a greater degree of vulnerability.

 

 

 

 

 

 


		

Final Review: "Territorial Typologies" from The City College of New York

May 12, 2020

Michel Rojkind along with other top jurors were part of the Final Review: “Investigating global migration in general terms and in particularat Mexico´s Southern border.”

We appreciate this great opportunity!

Jurors:

William Brinkman-Clark, UNAM-Mexico City

Arturo Ortiz-Struck, Taller Territorial

Sean Anderson, MoMA

Ronald Rael, Emerging Objects

Maureen Meyer, Washington Office of Latin America

Enrique Norten, TEN Arquitectos

Rahul Mehrota, Harvard University, GDS, Harvard

Michel Rijkind, Rojkind Arquitectos

Heber Missael Jaimes Murillo, Human Rights Lawer, Tapachula, Chiapas

Hector Esware, Esware Studio

Sonia López, IOM-Mexico City

Brad Horn, CCNY Director of Graduate Program

Alessandra Cianchetta, AWP Ltd Architecs, CCNY Visiting Professor

June Williamson, CCNY Department Chair

Jerome Haferd, CCNY, Brandt:Haferd

USC Architecture Graduate Thesis | "Form Follows Performance"

The Zoom Webinar where Michel Rojkind, with another experts and iconic jurors, were part of the USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles Graduate Thesis: “Form Follows Performance”,  presented on may 12th, 2020.

Thank you for letting us be part of it!

Jurors:

Volkan Alkanoglu     –    Nike Design Innovation

Winka Dubbeldam    –   Penn Design

Eric Howeler        –          Harvard GSD

Julia Koerner         –        UCLA AUD

Ersela Kripa          –      Texas Tech

Max Kuo     –      Harvard GSD

Jaron Lubin     –     Safdie Associaties

Thom Mayne     –         SCI-Arc

Mitch Mcewan    –     Princeton

Ron Rael    –    UC Berkeley

Michel Rojkind    –    Rojkind Arquitectos

Craig Scott   –    CCA

Theo Spyropoulos    –     Architectural Association

Kathy Velikov   –           U. Michigan