"More with less" magazine - Valencia presentation event10:00 AM
If there's something I love about studying Architecture is that having nothing to do at all is almost impossible. Not only talking about homework and projects to work (non-stop) at, but there's always an afternoon filled with interesting conferences or super inspiring talks, there's always a presentation or an exposition to keep an eye on.
After two crazy weeks filled with exams, essays to do (architects do write, too!) and all my afternoons out of home and not coming back there until pretty late at night, last Friday evening a couple of friends and I decided to go downtown Valencia to attend "More with less" online magazine presentation. An online issue based on the city, made by an interdisciplinary team of design professionals which aims to bring closer architecture projects, industrial design, prototypes and photography among others. All of this with the neatest and minimal of philosophies, with black and white as their only color palette and super sleek icons made out of pure lines. "More with less" was born in 2012, but was launched last Friday into a tiny but lovely space at the very heart of Valencia, only with the presence of explanatory panels and visual games hanging on the walls. An evening filled with beer and lots of friends too, of course.
It was a super nice and inspiring way to look for new ideas, meet people and discover new references for coming projects. I'm currently involved at the development of the Architecture School magazine and this year's culture Festival as well, so any ideas, any references and out of my comfort zone experiences are welcomed!