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Fernando Martirena Cordovés (Santa Clara, 1992) Graduated in Architecture in 2016 from CUJAE where he later taught Theory and Criticism. He is the founder of the art and architecture studio Infraestudio, together with Anadis González and David Medina. He currently serves as coordinator of the Cuban Architecture Studies Group.

Iʼm sorry / Itʼs broken. An homage to Vittorio Garatti and premature death.

Every single thing in this country is an homage to everything in the world, even the things...

What do we mean when we talk about contemporary Cuban architecture?

Contemporary Cuban architecture is not a conversation topic. In a city like Havana, where almost two partial...