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Efren Gª Grinda Cristina Díaz Moreno

Amid.cero9 cultivates an afterpop approach to the contemporary notion of space that enlists sociology, technology, media, politics and representation in projects ranging from architecture (Cherry Blossom Pavilion in Jerte Valley, Spain, Giner de los Ríos Foundation in Madrid, Diagonal80 Industrial Pavillion in Madrid) to design (ESA Pavillion), ecosystemic studies (The Magic Mountain in Ames, We as a plague in Rome, TRP in Venice) and hybrid urban projects (Aijalaranta in Jyväskylä, or Hhouse in Balearic Islands).

Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efren Gª Grinda are both architects and founders of amid.cero9. They are Visiting Professors at SAC Städelschule Architectural Class, Frankfurt (2016), Directors of an Option Studio at the GSD, Harvard University (2015-) and Diploma Unit Masters at the A.A. School, London (2009)