María Camba

Architect, Anthropology student and piñatera.

Her practice explores frictions between low and high culture from the realization of objects and their capacity to generate joy around. She founded the studio MÁS QUE PIÑATAS six years ago in Madrid, where she realize piñatas and other handmade paper elements, which are later inserted in events and institutions linked to cultural creation such as Los Veranos de la Villa festival and IntermediAE Matadero in Madrid, Xinzo de Limia Carnival in Ourense, MUSAC in León or the Spanish Royal Academy in Rome.

On the other hand, she has participated in exhibitions at Casa de América, Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven and the Museum of ContemporaryArt in San José, Costa Rica.

In adition, her paper creations have also been part of campaigns for brands such as LVMH, Google, Coca-Cola, Ikea, Estée Lauder, Zara, Iberia, Kenzo, Orange, Schweppes, Desigual, Burger King etc.

Previously, she worked as an architect collaborating in offices architecure in Madrid and New York, as well as in Galicia, where I specialized with César Portela (National Architecture and European Urbanism Award) in landscape and territory recovery, projects among which "El cabo de Finisterre" Master Plan is worth mentioning.

Close to Nature, her training has sought to approach it with RCR Arquitectes (Pritzker Prize 2017), or Gilles Clément.
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