ARCADA collective is an architecture practice which have developed competitions, publications and streaming transmissions. RADIO ARCADA have interviewed outstanding architects and artists —in a long format podcasts—, including Alfredo Jaar, Solano Benítez, Martino Tattara, Keller Easterling, Renato Rizzi, Cecilia Puga, Smiljan Radic, Sebastián Adamo, among others (but not Alejandro Aravena). Currently ARCADA is editing a book with these interviews, along with some projects, such as the one presented in Venice for the exposition Lo Spazio Moderno, IUAV, Spin-off event, Venice Biennial 2018.
ARCADA MEDIA was founded in 2010 in Santiago de Chile by Gerardo Bambach, Nicolás Maturana, José Pérez, Joaquín Serrano and David Quezada.
“[Not] ENOUGH SPACE is the tale of two cities told through a marginal event, the taking of possession of an existing Aravena’s building. One day in 2016, ARCADA proposed an exercise that through the establishment of a new fictitious architecture office: INCREMENTAL-ARCADA, invited all students of the alma mater of Alejandro Aravena, the Catholic University of Chile, to occupy its building under the same progressive logic as that of their social housing.
[Not] ENOUGH SPACE is a shared experience of two cities, very different from each other, but which participate in a radical transformation: is the history of the informal architecture of recent Tbilisi reflected in the contemporary Santiago de Chile.”