“Join us this June 24 at 9:00am for a transformative workshop hosted by ICESA’s director, Sebastian Alfaro-Fuscaldo, and his design workshop, JETT, from the University of Costa Rica. Our students have been tirelessly working on innovative design proposals in a participatory process to revitalize underdeveloped public spaces in the Santa Teresa Beach. This is a golden opportunity to be part of the change you wish to see in your community. Come along, share your ideas, and let’s shape a more vibrant future for Santa Teresa together.
Icesa’s Sebastián Alfaro-Fuscaldo presented today it’s proposal with Michael Smith for the transformation of the coastal territories of Santa Teresa, Malpaís and Manzanillo, Guanacaste. This is a 18 month design research in partnership with the Professional Studio of the School of Architecture from the Universidad de Costa Rica
We invite you to join ICESA’s Director, Sebastián Alfaro Fuscaldo, as he shares his insights on Sustainable Architecture at the University of Costa Rica. Drawing from his extensive experience and unique architectural perspective, Sebastián will delve into the vital role sustainable design plays in our world today. Follow this riveting discussion on AEDA’s Facebook and Instagram pages, becoming a part of the transformative conversation on sustainability. Sebastián’s lecture is the concluding event in a series of talks featuring renowned Costa Rican architects such as Professor Hernán Jiménez, Bruno Stagno, and Benjamin García Saxe. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the leading minds in the field
ICESA has been chosen as the winner between 11 entries to design the Pumas Malas House and Selva Oculta Agricultural Development in Bahía Ballena, Uvita, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. The design incorporates the sustainable and regenerative strategies promoted by the client within a organic and tropical architecture. Green Roof, lazy river, infinity pool rammed earth walls, forest and ocean views
Many thanks to the Office of the First Lady of Costa Rica, The Central American Bank for Economic Integration and the Costa Rican Architecture Board for their recognition to the ICESA’s team Nathalia Rodriguez, Javier Meza Hernández, Cristian Cambronero Herra y Sebastian Alfaro-Fuscaldo for the project Vistor’s Center for San Lucas Island.
Como parte de las actividades en celebración del 50 aniversario de @arquitecturaucr , nos permitimos invitarles a este conversatorio basado en la investigación de trabajo final de graduación de los estudiantes Jeremy Salazar y Adriana Corrales, quienes investigaron temas vinculantes a la obra de Franz Beer, presidente de @icesa_arquitectos y Hernán Jimenez respectivamente
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The CFIA launched today, in the last day of it’s XIV Congress, the Monograph of Arch. Franz Beer Chaverri. The book showcases the profesional, academic and artistic career of ICESA’s president Franz Beer Chaverri. The book is authored by Juan Carlos Sanabria, Zuhra Sasa, Ana Grettel Molina and includes our Director Sebastián Alfaro-Fuscaldo, reflecting of the contemporary architecture concepts and it’s evolution through time.
The Costa Rican First Lady, Arch. Claudia Dobles Camagro, highlighted at the books presentation the influence and importance of Franz Beer’s legacy in the Costa Rican contemporary architecture.
ICESA’s design for a new mixed use building in Heredia, Costa Rica has been awarded the first prize in ASOUNA’s Design Competition. The building will include retail space, health services, offices and a Gym with views toward Heredia’s mountain. The project is being planned to win top Green Building certifications
ICESA’s proposal for the new offices of the Costa Rican Consejo Nacional de Seguridad Vial has won the Design Competition. The proposal creates a contemporary and relaxing working environment within the Torres River bank. It is envisioned as a highly efficient and sustainable new architecture in San José.
Franz Beer Chaverri is now Universidad de Costa Rica’s Emeritus Professor.
La revista internacional Domus (Edición #12, 2013) realiza un análisis crítico del aprendizaje de la arquitectura así como de los espacios construidos para este fin. Dentro de los casos de estudio presenta de manera extensa el edificio de la Universidad Veritas diseñado por el arquitecto de ICESA Sebastián Alfaro-Fuscaldo en conjunto con Carlos Azofeifa Ortiz. También incluye un interesante articulo de nuestro amigo, el doctor Oscar Pamio, quien reflexiona sobre la importancia del “Design Thinking” como herramienta estratégica
Today our president Franz Beer Chaverri have won the Jose María Barrantes Award in recognition of his work quality. Architect Rolando Barahona-Sotela -as president of the jury made the announcement in the closing ceremony of the 2016 Costa Rican Biennale.
- Community Workshop on Public Spaces in Santa Teresa – Join Us!
- Resilient spacial model for fast changing territories
- Sebastián Alfaro Fuscaldo’s Lecture on Sustainable Architecture
- ICESA’s Design awarded for Pumas Malas Project
- ICESA’s team proposal for the San Lucas Island is awarded by the First Lady of Costa Rica, the BCIE and the Colegio de Arquitectos