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Our design philosophy is based on an architectural instrumental setup with an integral of human interaction, spatial qualities, architectural performance, environment, production, material specifications, and technology.

Isaac Cobo i Displas studied Product Designer at the ELISAVA PFU (Pompeu Fabra University) in Barcelona, where he graduated in 2001 with recognition of his work at the Marketing University of Southampton (BA (Hons) Product Design). He studied at the AA-School and at the UEL (University of East London) where he got his Part II with honours. Isaac worked at MJA (Murray John Architect) during 3 years before being cofounder and partner of Cocoarchitects. He has assist teaching at the UPC (Polytechnic University of Catalonia) and at the UEL.

2 year Creative Director for Manhattan Loft Corporation, working in St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, and Residential Chelsea Apartments, Fitzrovia Apartments. apart of my Practice, Actually I am Unit Mater, Senior Lecturer, for the last 4 years at University of East London.

Isaac’s project ´The Green Sun’ was mentioned for ADI-FAD Medals (Association Industrial Design and Decorative Arts), for his project ´The Green Sun’.

Daniel Coll i Capdevila studied at the ETH Zurich and at the Architectural Association, where he graduated with Honours in 2005. He was co-founder and partner in ACAB, a London/Barcelona based architectural studio; currently he has his own architectural practice, is member of OCEAN NORTH (Experimental Design and Architecture) and in parallel he has been teaching at the LMU in London (Diploma Unit 9 – Micro-Environments / Macro-Arrangements). He has also been a visiting tutor at the ESARQ UIC in Barcelona, the Architectural Association School of Architecture, and the Faculty of Architecture in Prague (CVUT).Daniel received the RIBA (Royal Institute British Architect) Bronze Medal, and was mentioned for the RIBA Silver Medal for his project ‘Strip Morphologies, Healing Environments’. Under his recent projects, he was awarded in 2006 for his design ‘Vertical Garden’.


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