|Pablo Oriol, left; Fernando Rodríguerz, right. Photo: DC on MO House roof|
"Their [design] process often involves breaking the building program into its basic elements, which they then weave back together in surprising ways.... The method can produce very compact designs, such as the OS House on the coast of Cantabria, Spain (2005; with Marco González), or ones that spread like an amoeba between the trees (MO House, Madrid, 2012)."
|MO House.Photo © Miguel De Guzmán, from the article|
|Access and Services Building, City of Justice, Madrid. Photo © Federico López|
|SO House. Photo © José Hevia|
FRPO (Rodríguez & Oriol Architecture)
Architectural Record, December 2012