Prada Poole’s Paper Houses

Prada Poole’s Paper Houses

workshops and programs

Year
2019-2020

Date
Fundación Luis Seoane
21 December

MUSAC
2-3 January

Organized by
MUSAC
Sistema Lupo

Participation
MUSAC
Sistema Lupo
Julia R. Gallego
Nuria Prieto

Team
Fermín G. Blanco
Nuria Prieto
Ignacio Bescansa Bastarreche
Alba Pérez Fernández
Luis Miguel Fernández López
Patricia González Pérez
Víctor GG Echave
Leticia Zapata Medina
Hilda González Cebrián

Colaboración
MUSAC
Fundación Luis Seoane
Nenoarquitectura

Gratitude to
Galicartón [web]

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Memory & Photos
Inspired by the perishable architecture of Jose Miguel de Prada Poole, the children and families participating in the Nenoarchitecture workshops at the Luis Seoane Foundation and in ‘The module is me’ at the MUSAC, have worked for days on the reproduction of the paper houses following the work of the mentioned architect.

In the first hours of the working hours, the time was dedicated to make and order the necessary pieces. All of them made of recycled cardboard and donated by companies in the area. Subsequently, all the necessary elements for the construction of the house (facades, eardrums and roof) were assembled and gradually joining the parts until the work is completed. It was time to play, furnish and decorate to suit your users!

The paper houses of Prada Poole, is a project carried out at MIT, with the desire to be housing for refugee camps. Prada Poole uses the usual cardboard, which is made up of two kraft papers with a wavy intermediate one and not the modern cardboard used in contemporary architecture.

The house is composed of elements that are assembled together, being able to expand according to the user’s needs, creating a city.

The aesthetics of the house is that of a small gabled little house, since it must be a recognizable element as ‘housing’ and easily assembled to entertain those affected in its construction thus avoiding post-traumatic stress.

The American army was interested in the proposal, but discarded the idea by arguing the fact that the capacity for housing growth created a condition that could become permanent by giving the refugee a home that was even better than the one he was used to. The referent of this project can be set in the works of Guy Rottier and his homes for ‘Burn after use’ as well as in the Do it Yourself buildings of Buckminster Fuller.

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