Exhibition "Empty Architectures"
Harquitectes, the nature of the buildings
Harquitectes, the nature of the...
Conference of Xevi Bayona
A face-to-face conference where we will have the opportunity to listen to the architect Xevi Bayona, who will talk to us about the studio's trajectory and its most relevant projects.
Bayona Studio is a workshop and studio in the center of the city of Olot, where we work with experimentation and essay as a method, criticism as learning, emotions as a tool, the interpretation and respect of social, physical and cultural environment, enthusiasm and intense research as fuel. All straddling architecture, urban planning, art, landscape, ephemeral installations and light sculptures, a mix of disciplines that feed back and complement each other.
Xevi Bayona studied from an early age at the School of Fine Arts in Olot and studied architecture in Barcelona and in Portugal, at the FAUP, Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto. Architect for the Barcelona Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB) with the PFC Biblioteca-Ludoteca in Espinho, Portugal. Post Graduate Degree in Landscaping at ETSAB and Master in Theory and Practice of Architectural Design at ETSAB with the thesis "La Girona dels Carrers-Escala". Since 2008, professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Girona. Since 2018, professor at Elisava's international master's in ephemeral architecture. Winner of several awards, including three FAD awards, several finalist and selected projects, winner of architectural awards and mentions from the Regions of Girona and winner of the Changing Tracks competition, a European project to create 3 installations, in Catalonia, England and Ireland. Since 2017 he collaborates and realizes projects together with Àlex Posada, MID Studio. He has carried out civil works such as the Rehabilitation of the Tortosa State Bridge over the Ebro River, the rehabilitation of the Sant Jaume de Llierca sports area or the Olot Fair, as well as housing architecture works. He has given conferences, workshops and made ephemeral interventions in several European cities.