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Accompanying Josep Ferrando in his "Matter and light" exhibition at Aedes Berlin

That a young architect like Josep Ferrando has been invited to exhibit at the most prestigious architecture gallery in Europe, Aedes Berlin, undoubtedly constitutes major recognition and we are thrilled to accompany him on this great occasion.

The "Matter and Light" exhibition, which will take place on July 12th to August 21st, will put on display 12 projects by the architect which will have a drawing as an atmospheric representation of the plan which will show how the building reacts to the light whilst the materiality of the building will be represented by means of the expressiveness of sculptural pieces made of just one material: concrete, glass, ceramics, wood, metal and stone. In this way the architect wishes to show that "The essential thing about the architectonic work is not only the constructed work but also the process".

Amongst the projects on show there is a police station in Salt, Girona; The Campus Terres del Ebre. URV in Tortosa; A golf club in Río de Janeiro, a museum in Finland, a crematorium in Basel and a house in Bescanó. This exhibition ran parallel to "In progress Matter & Light" which is currently on show at the Palazzo Bembo within the framework of the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Josep Ferrando is consolidated as well as one of the young architects with the greatest international projection in our country. Congratulations!

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