Clemson University

CAF Spring 2014 Lecture in Architecture and Landscape Architecture: Rocio Pina & Carmelo Rodriguez, PKMN (PAC-MAN) Arquitecturas (Madrid, Spain)

"[PKMN (PAC-MAN) Arquitectura is] an architecture office and collective based in Madrid (Spain) since 2006. [They] do research into tecnology-typology-construction (applied to consolidated urban contexts, local memory and comtemporary cultures); simultaneously…[…]…exploring new architectural fields connecting citizens, identity, pedagogy, communication, game, action and cities, specially throughout strategies of participation, mediation and social innovation, and experimental active learning process" (

‘Unprecedented’, takes a critical look at different practices, projects, design outputs, publications and manifestos, which take an unprecedented position in regards to the complexities of today: unprecedented cities, unprecedented strategies, unprecedented site(s) and unprecedented results are examined, thought the participation of a remarkable list of speakers.

'Unprecedented', and the Lecture by Rocio Pina and Carmelo Rodriguez are possible by the generous contribution of the CAF (Clemson Architecture Foundation)

Friday, April 4, 2014 at 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Lee Hall, Lee 111 Auditorium
323 Fernow St., Clemson, SC 29634, USA

Event Type

Lectures / Seminars / Speakers


College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities

Target Audience

General Public




Contact Name:

Armando Montilla, Assistant Professor, Clemson University School of Architecture

Contact Phone:

(864) 371-2878

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