GALERÍA by Búsqueda, a Uruguayan weekly magazine, interviews Pablo Laguarda on his international architecture practice. In this interview, Pablo shares his approach to design that adds value while enhancing human spatial experience worldwide. He also touches on various topics such as marketing strategy, the challenge of leading an architecture studio, and how one keeps up to date in an ever-changing industry.
Using the recent completed OH BAY project for OCT in Shenzhen, China as an example, Pablo explains how architecture emanates from and is an intrinsic part of the urban context, and how the trend of integrating nature with urban life manifests itself.
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