Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss: Pedros +/=& Juanas

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Large cyclorama which features a panoramic image of the jungle on scaffolding, with pink hammocks suspended beneath.

Hórama Rama by Pedro&Juana, winner of the 2019 Young Architects Program.

Pedro&Juana is not about Juana&Pedro. It is about collaboration, working on various things with different people. It is about escaping attributions and combining professions. The situations developing out of these approaches can take place in the form of a domestic interior public square, a table turn bench turn table, better conversations through cooking a piglet, and teaching volcanic rocks to talk. Pedro&Juana is a studio from Mexico City that works on a variety of projects across creative professions. 


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