amid.cero9, Nocturnalia, 2015-2017. Collection Frac Centre-Val de Loire. Courtesy amid.cero9
amid.cero9 is an architectural of agency created in 2003 by Cristina Díaz Moreno (1971) and Efrén García Grinda (1966) who have been working together since 1997. Since 2009 they have been teaching at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA School of Architecture) in London, as well as at Harvard University since 2015. The agency’s work develops at the crossroads of design and Biotechnologies by using digital simulation software to re-create a new form of pop architecture.
Some of the agency’s design projects include the Diagonal Industrial building in Madrid (2010) and the Cherry Blossom pavilion in Jerte Valley (Spain), under construction since 2008. The agency has also taken part in several editions of the Venice Architecture Biennale (2000, 2002, 2004, 2010), and has shown its work at the Museum of Modern Art (MOT) of Tokyo multiple times (2008, 2011, 2012).
For the Biennale, amid.cero9 conceives a flag which will show their last research.