Alejandro Haiek research examines the relations between public landscapes, post-industrial ecologies and network governability politics. His work explores social innovations that integrate science, culture and local intelligences.
His projects develop at the intersection between design, arts and engineering. Focusing on hybrid techniques, Derived Technologies and building components through human and material resources. He’s principles declare architecture as a logistic change of events that eventually transformed in a complex apparatus. A urban choreography as conscious and mindful return to industrialization.
Alejandro Haiek, invited professor at the Master of International Cooperation Sustainable Emergency Architecture Erasmus program at Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Spain and Grenoble University, France. Invited artist at Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan and Liga space for Architecture supported by Graham Fundation, Mexico. Artist in residence at Monash University in Australia and Auckland University in New Zealand. He was recently invited at Mextrópoli 2018, Festival Internacional de Arquitectura y Ciudad, Mexico.
IAAC Lecture Series 2019/20
20th of February 2020
The Public Machinery / Lab.Pro.Fab
@ 19.30, IAAC Auditorium
Free and Open to the Public
Since 2000, IAAC runs an international IAAC Lecture Series in which architects and experts from a variety of different disciplines present their work at IAAC. The lectures are open to the public, consisting of a high-quality cultural activity open to the city of Barcelona. Unless otherwise indicated, all the events of the Series are free with a mandatory Eventbrite registration.