• Practice: Triangular
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  • Firm Location: Santiago
  • Country: Chile
  • Year: 2019

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Tomás Swett Amenábar

Architect graduated from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2007) with “Maximum Distinction and ranking No. 1” of his generation, receiving the Awards for Academic Excellence and Best Graduate Project. In 2013, he obtained a Master’s degree in Sustainable Environmental Design from the Architectural Association of London (AA) with Maximum Distinction and ranking No. 1 of the generation. His works have been exhibited in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Germany, China, Uruguay and England.

Gabriel Díaz Riadi

Architect graduated from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2013), obtaining Maximum Distinction and the Award for Academic Excellence.

He is an expert in BIM technologies Since 2013, he has been a consultant in implementation of the BIM methodology in different companies in the construction sector.

Practice Ideology

Triangular is an architecture office whose name refers to a design approach based on 3 edges that we believe are essential to respond adequately to the current challenges of Architecture: Design, Sustainability and Technology.

For us, design is a process that must be able to identify the real problem of each project in order to deliver unique and efficient responses to daily, social and climatic problems. We identify there is not just one way to approach a project, but many variables that converge and build a good Architecture: the program, the climate and the place are some of them. Thus, through the use of new technologies we carry out site & energy simulations that allow us to make more efficient the study, development and construction of our projects.

It is through these 3 fundamental edges that we seek to contribute to the construction of new cities, providing synthetic, innovative and functional solutions to each assignment.

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