LyonBosch Arquitectos is an architecture office committed to design research and experimentation to produce innovative forms and spatial organizations that catalyze new relationships between ecological, programmatic, social and material conditions.
Our design processes start from the analysis of site specific conditions and seek to broaden the range of variables that inform them. Forms emerge from connections between tectonic speculations and design criteria articulated through the use of parametric design, programming, evolutionary processes and digital fabrication. These technologies are oriented to a context where fabrication is mostly industrial and construction is hand-crafted.
We use our approach as a multi-scalar methodology, enabling us to research and work across different fields of design: furniture, architecture, landscape and urban design, both in academic and professional practice.
Arturo Lyon Architect, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile / Master in Architecture, Architectural Association
Alejandra Bosch Architect, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile / Master of Arts in Landscape Urbanism, Architectural Association
Manuel Araya Architect, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Lorena Quintana Architect, Cornell University, B.Arch ‘11