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Conjuntos Empáticos

Wednesday 17th, Thursday 18th, Friday 19th of May

This workshop will design an action for programmatic activation, as an object that reactivates synergies. The workshop usually operates in underused urban environments, whether public or private, generating human development processes through reflection, participation and collective construction of knowledge from the subjects and actors of society, with the capacity to promote different initiatives in the world of architecture and culture.

On this occasion POP-UPS will be a practical and experimental workshop that will design and construct an intermittent and ephemeral action to activate a specific area of ETSAM and create a pneumatic atmosphere by developing participatory processes.


In the workshop we will design the pattern and we will develop an element of pneumatic architecture to install it in the backyard of the ETSAM. The artifact may serve as a support for different activities that will be developed on the last day of the Congress


Wednesday 17th of May, from 9.00 to 14.30: techniques in Pneumatic Architecture + Design of the model to be built

Wednesday 17th of May, from 15.30 to 21.00: patronage and cutting

Thursday 18th of May, from 9.00 to 14.30 / from 15.30 to 21.00: Welding

Friday 19th of May, from 9.00 to 14.30: Welding and assembly

Friday 19th of May, from 15.30 to 21.00: Enjoy


Classroom Maca (XG-5) in ETSAM


30 people maximum


Download the form of our web, http://coca.aq.upm.es/es/
In the WORKSHOPS section, fill it out and send it to coca.arquitectura@upm.es

Registration Fees

Students UPM and Congressmen: FREE (the recognition of credits of free choice will be managed)

The registration fee to the Congress includes registration to any of the workshops or several of them, provided there are places available

For those who are not registered: Bono 7 workshops (without accreditation to the congress): 50 €


Sálvora Feliz is an architect by the ETSAM and researcher

Marta G. Soler is a student of Architecture at the Universidad Francisco de Victoria

Elena Brunete is an architect by the ETSAM and expert in Basic Habitability by the ICHaB of the UPM.