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Ooho! Rodrigo Gonzalez Garcia #CPEU4
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Ooho! encircle the water in a eatable membrane of algae. It is new way of packaging that propose an alternative to the plastic bottle. The final package is simple, cheap, resistant, hygienic, biodegradable and even eatable.


Roderigo Gonzalez Garcia

Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez received his architectural degree with honors from the ETSAM, Technical University of Madrid, previously he studied at Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology University (India) and Industrial Design at Pontificia Universidad Católica (Chile). He did postgraduates studies at Umeå Institute of Design, Imperial College of London and Royal College of Art. He had developed different patents on structural and deployable systems. His works have been shown in different artistic centres such as the Cite de l'Architecture of Paris and the Venice Biennale of Architecture. As a lecturer he has collaborated with different universities and institutions as Cornell University (USA), CEPT (India), Ecoweek (Kosovo), Ilhan Koman Foundation (Turkey) or BIAU (Colombia). He also worked for more than ten years as an improvisation actor, and awarded with the Gold Medal in the II Improvisation World Championship celebrated in 2009 Santiago de Chile. Rodrigo works and does architectural experiments in cooperation with Maciej Siuda on a permanent basis. Currently he is lecturer of Industrial Design at Kingston University and visiting tutor at Royal College of Art & Imperial College. He combines his academic activity with running Skipping Rock Lab, a start-up supported by the Climate-KIC Accelerator from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology.




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