Critical Practice is the title under which Estudio Herreros presents its built projects of the last decade in a large volume of 346 pages. With realizations on four continents and offices in Madrid, Mexico City and New York, this Madrid office reviews its global and committed trajectory, making its projects a collection of proposals as architectural as intellectual, positioning itself decisively with regard to the great concerns of the present. Not surprisingly, Herreros study accumulates thirty-five years of experience of the different offices founded by Juan Herreros that culminate with the incorporation of Jens Richter as a partner in 2015.
Although the Critical Practice projects are canonically ordered in Public Spaces, Buildings, Pavilions, Occupations and Furniture, other transversal classifications are soon guessed that show the richness of a work that is nourished by the research and teaching activity of its authors. From the urban scale to the design of furniture pieces, this monograph documents thoroughly through plans, details and photographs works such as the Ágora-Bogotá Events Center, the Panama Bank Tower, the SOLO contemporary art space of Madrid or the essential Munch Museum in Oslo showing its most advanced version for TC.