Encuadre 13|17 taller para jóvenes "Amaneceres domésticos" | Museo ICO


Museo ICO. Calle Zorrilla, 3. Madrid


We don't want to say goodbye to the year without dedicating a few days of the Christmas holidays to the youth audience between 13 and 17 years old. For this reason, the ICO Museum and hablarenarte: invite you to participate in the new activity Framing 13|17 focused on these young people and framed in the context of the current exhibition “Domestic Sunrises. Issues of collective housing in the Europe of the 21st century”.

The exhibition is proposed to us as a place for reflection and debate on the present and the future of the spaces we inhabit. For this reason, during the three sessions of the workshop, we will become a cooperative and we will work on the design of our own collective housing, attending to those debates that the exhibition generates from the 7 themes that it exhibits in its rooms: Climate awareness, Active recharges , Domestic care, New management, Urban contexts, Living and sharing and Iconic identities.

With this intention, we hope that young people spend time observing and investigating the role of architecture in the face of the great challenges posed by today's society. For all this, we will take as a starting point the 28 examples that are exhibited in the museum's rooms.

We're waiting for you!

Useful information

  • Place: Museo ICO. Calle Zorrilla, 3 | www.fundacionico.es |
  • Activity hours: from 10:00 to 13:00h.
  • Dates of celebration:

Tuesday 27, Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 December 2022.

  • Target group: young people between 13 and 17 years of age.
  • Places: the maximum number of participants is 18 people.
  • Price: free activity upon registration

Information and registration:

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