FGP Atelier

FGP Atelier

550 W Carroll Ave, Chicago, IL 60607, Stati Uniti

Under the leadership of francisco gonzalez pulido,FGP Atelier’s mission is to contribute to social and economic advancement through the alignment of design, science  and technology. FGP Atelier builds on logic, intuition, multidisciplinary collaboration, scientific research and work experience to design active spaces, infrastructure and urban networks  that respond to atmosphere, ecology, comfort, economy, culture  and the technological context. FGP Atelier believes in experience over typology and stands for the dissolution of archetypical interventions. Through his 25 years of experience, francisco’s work has been recognized in redefining the concept of the stadium, the lab, the airport, the cultural, living and working environments. We value transparency, openness and freedom in both our process and collaborations, as well as in the buildings and spaces that we create.

PROJECTS

Progression. Architectual structures explored for the values they promote, the network in which they arise, and the ambition to which they tend

Progression. Architectual structures explored for the values they promote, the network in which they arise, and the ambition to which they tend

By definition Progression is the process of gradually moving to a more advanced state. This book is about the process and conditions under which designs emerge, evolve and elevate

Shenzen Gate: a vertical neighborhood more than office and residential towers

Shenzen Gate: a vertical neighborhood more than office and residential towers

The design for the Shenzen Gate called for two towers connected by a plaza in front of the most important railway station in southern China

Three identities and a unified architectural aesthetic. The three towers of the Shanghai International Financial Center

Three identities and a unified architectural aesthetic. The three towers of the Shanghai International Financial Center

The main design challenge for Shanghai International Financial Center was to simultaneously satisfy three different clients by creating unified complex: a vertical campus, to create a sense of community, and a walkway that connects all the buildings together, so the user feels part of a unique experience while allowing each client to maintain autonomy and identity

"Transparent," an icon of modern Mexican architecture for the Monterrey campus

The historic building, which currently serves as the central administrative location for the entire campus system throughout Mexico has as its design brief the use of murals on the facade and lobby in an attempt to harmoniously extend the original design

The Orchid Educational Pavilion and its tribute to plant diversity

The Orchid Educational Pavilion and its tribute to plant diversity

Within the walls of the 1600s former Santo Domingo de Guzman Monastery, now the Santo Domingo Botanical Garden, the Mexican artists Francisco Toledo and Luis Zarate, together with the anthropologist and biologist Alejandro de Avila, give life to a greenhouse capable of supporting the growth of species unable to survive the extreme climate of Oaxaca