Juan Benavides (1991) is an architect currently based in the Netherlands doing a variety of things, but mainly making films and working as a researcher at The Berlage

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Five recent works include an acrylic painting the size of his dining table entitled An avocado, a plate, a taco, and a kitchen towel1, the series One Labyrinth Composed by Forty-nine Labyrinths2, a film about a house in Oregon3, the series of colored pencil drawings Many Drawings of Landscapes Without Green4, and the design for a 50-meter-long house in Norway5.


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Juan Benavides (1991) is currently based in the Netherlands making films and working as a researcher at The Berlage

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Reach out to mail@juanbenavides.mx



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Juan Benavides (Monterrey, 1991) is an architect currently based in the Netherlands doing a variety of things, but mainly making films and working as a researcher at The Berlage.

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Moya House for GOMA


Music and video (2:19)
The film about Moya House focuses on the experience of walking through the stairs, the lights and shadows casted on the concrete surfaces, and the views discovered along the journey. In a very introspective way, the film remains inside of the house, while the opening scene offers a glimpse of what lies beyond the walls.