PASAJES II – Ocamica Tudanca arquitectos

PASAJES II – Ocamica Tudanca arquitectos

05.10.2021 — 31.12.2022



Intervening on what is built is always an exercise an act of reflection and doubt, which accentuates or denies what has already been established. The PASAJES program reaches the Euskadi Institute of Architecture and promotes, correctly in an exhibition in four phases, a reflection on cladding in architecture as a transforming practice of the materiality and shape of spaces. Four young architecture studios will be in charge of intervening in different spaces of the building through simple interstitial installations that articulate the museum route of the Basque Country Architecture Institute. 

The second activation of the program is carried out by Ocamica Tudanca arquitectos with its proposal called “Who is there?“. An installation that connects the old houses and streets of the old town of Donostia with the terrace of the Institute of Architecture, to discover through the action and the spontaneous encounter of the walker what will be happening behind the walls. 

About Ocamica Tudanca arquitectos

It is a young architecture firm founded in 2017 by Iñigo Ocamica and Iñigo Tudanca. Since then, they have tackled both public works (through competitions) and selected private works projects with commitment and rigor, valuing each project as a new challenge. They approach each project valuing the context from the respect, trying to find unique atmospheres that dialogue with the environment and are suggestive for its occupants. They have won numerous awards for the work of the Nueva Plaza de Mansilla Mayor (León). 

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More Pasajes

Pasajes I – AZAB – ‘Between sweet and raw – Acceleration objectology’ 

AZAB was the first study of this new generation of Basque architecture to intervene with its proposal ‘Between sweet and raw – Acceleration Objectology’, which is in the lobby of the Architecture Institute.

Pasajes III – Pauzarq – ‘Diaphragm: light and materiality’

This is the third intervention in the programme, in which the San Sebastian studio proposes ‘Diaphragm: light and materiality’ on the stairs leading down to the cloister.

Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday
17:00 – 20:00
11:00 – 14:00
17:00 – 20:00
11:00 – 14:00