He will go down in history for being the first artist to sell a work of art in NFT (Non-Refundable Token) format at ARCO, for founding the incomparable Harddiskmuseum, and for interpreting art as an intangible concept of infinite resources.
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Antarctica has become a second home for Javier Cacho. This Spanish physicist, whose studies on the area’s ozone managed to slow down the hole’s growth, has an island named after him.
David Romero’s life wouldn’t make sense without R&D&I. Embodying it is, in his own words, the key to progress. One of those inspirations became an exhalation called Reciclalia.
At the young age of 25, Aleix Megías had already been through the European Space Agency and founded his own company: Open Cosmos. Today we get to know this young prodigy who attributes everything to passion, hard work, and... luck.
A world expert in artificial intelligence, Nuria Oliver has spent decades researching how to use it for the greater good. Her award-winning project to predict the behaviour of the pandemic is proof of this.
Curiosity, courage, commitment and, above all, a constant quest for connections between disciplines and languages. Under Pablo Erroz’s inquisitive gaze, design becomes infinite.
Gabriel Nogueiras is the person behind Rubearth, which has sustainably developed a project that combines personality, creativity, and commitment. His latest collection, Fat Man, has granted him the 2021 Mercedes Benz Fashion Talent Award.
Cristina Linares has spent years researching and warning about the frightening consequences of climate change, which go beyond the degradation of the environment and already affect the health of millions of people.
The design of the Spain Pavilion at the Dubai World Expo is founded on the idea of people and places. Designed as a space for tranquillity and reflection, this work by Amann Cánovas Maruri seeks to promote sociability.
We chat with Carlos Mataix, director of the Iberia Chair and expert in sustainability and innovation, about the need to move towards an inclusive, prosperous, and sustainable future.
Ángel León carries the flag for sustainable gastronomy with four Michelin stars and Andalusian accent. We talk with him from his emblematic restaurant, Aponiente, about a future full of flavour and hope for the planet.
After working on five continents for some of the most influential architects of the end of the 20th century, in 2010, Alfredo Muñoz founded ABIBOO Studio which, through architectural innovation, embraces cultural diversity, technology, and an optimistic vision of humans’ capacity to improve our environment.
Multi-award-winning visual artist Almudena Romero is able to combine art and environment through photo printing. We talk to her about sustainable and fleeting photography and how it impacts the way we understand ourselves and express ourselves within the world.
Eneko Atxa is one of the most award-winning Spanish chefs within Spain and abroad: five Michelin stars, Best Restaurant in Europe, and Best Chef under 40, among other awards. Innovation and sustainability are part of his DNA to achieve culinary excellence.
With his latest show, The sleep break, at the last edition of Madrid Fashion Week, Otrura reaffirms its presence on the current scene by investigating the complexity of the tailor. His last bet: an invitation to personal reset that goes beyond fashion.