Jul 7, 2020 / By Vicente Ajenjo


The idea of Muro de Obrador (wall of workrooms at workshops), is born from my own life experiences, from those first images that remain on the memory from my neighborhood the missing Obradors suburb (Manises), which is the sole suburb in Europe that has maintained an uninterrupted art craft & pottery production from the XIV century until early XXI century (for about 700 continuous years).

I wanted to remark this characteristic reusing ceramics, a second architectural ceramic use of a cistern as a separating element among spaces inside an antic ceramic workshop.

Today we see that neighborhoods and buildings that characterize a city are disappearing, becoming rubble and giving over to a new architecture without any cultural trait by itself, something totally globalized, souless.


Leave a Message

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada. Los campos obligatorios están marcados con *