Nomad’s Land


For Eduardo Arroyo life is a voyage, and the studio he set up in 1989 under the name of NO.MAD has followed him everywhere: from its origins in Amsterdam to Rotterdam, where he worked with Rem Koolhaas, and from Paris where he collaborated with Jean Paul Viguier, to Madrid, its current location. After visiting 69 countries and living in 22 houses, this 1964-born native of Bilbao is not one to understand architecture as something that ties man to any single part of the world. The provisional, hybrid and changeable character of housing, and of all human activities for that matter, has been addressed by him almost obsessively through projects conceived for places as disparate as Tokyo, Bilbao, Sarajevo or Bolzano...

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