Selected in Arquia próxima 2012
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Fundación Luis Seoane

Sistema Lupo

Patricia Amil
David Antuña
Loli Diego
Mar Lista
José Rebollo
Miriam Ron
Víctor García
Leticia Zapata
Hilda González
Elsa Noriega
Patricia González

Sistema Lupo

[Link] a CIUDADES SUMERGIDAS (taller dentro de Nenoarquitectura)



What´s nenoarquitectura?

It is an annual educational program for children between the ages of 4 and 12 held at the Luis Seoane Foundation in A Coruña. It has been carried out continuously since 2010 and is and has been an unbeatable source of new ideas that have allowed the Lupo System to evolve.

It originated in 2010, when Sistema Lupo developed a course in collaboration with the Official College of Architects of Galicia (A Coruña delegation) and the Luis Seoane Foundation, which initially took place quarterly and ended up becoming an annual course for children to get closer to architecture (or vice versa, we still don’t have it very clear). Thanks to the commitment of families, it maintains its energy year after year.

During these years the workshop (which takes place every Saturday in two-and-a-half hour sessions) has been evolving and we currently have three simultaneous programs differentiated by the age of the participants and a fourth one dedicated to personal projects of former assistants. In spite of this differentiation, it is common for groups to work together and even with families to facilitate the transfer between different ages.

It is born linked to the figure and thought of the artist Luis Seoane, characterized by a discourse in favor of the integration of the arts. The didactics is therefore permeable to all artistic or creative manifestations and sometimes we take advantage of the museum’s own exhibitions or the visit of invited artists to include them in the programme.


Introductory course for children’s education from 4 to 5 years old.

The didactics will be developed by the Sistema Lupo team and own material based on the building blocks and collaborative work will be used. It will also have the collaboration of invited artists and specialists. The workshop will include a series of contents in which architecture, art or design will have a special role.

Current Classes

– Stumble without fear
– Structures of nature
– By profession an architect
– Building cities
– Historical architecture: Rome
– Eirón Project: 4 stations
– Playing with the 5 points: Le Corbusier
– Colors and proportions
– Family day


Aimed at children from 6 to 10 years old, it is organized into thematic groups that evolve in difficulty throughout the course.

We work with the lupo material in its different scales and materials and we generate a work notebook where we collect the daily work. Teamwork is a fundamental part of the workshop through the lupo challenge with which we close each session. These workshops deal with general topics such as scale, material, proportions, color, composition … not only applicable to architecture, but also to art or design.

Another series of workshops relates art and architecture from different periods and origins, trying to interconnect artistic manifestations with their social, environmental or historical determining factors.

All this to try to generate in the child an optimal climate for the development of her abilities. In an eminently playful and decontextualized environment of the school, we promote transversal teaching where each one contributes their knowledge and experiences to interpret the proposed topics in a critical way.

Current Classes

– The module is me
– Architecture and drawing with Marco Moreira
– The language of architecture
– From the photograph with Tono Mejuto
– The city and public space
– Eirón Project. 4 seasons
– Graphic design with Antón Lezcano
– Structures. The arc
– Family day


Aimed at children from 12 to 15 years old, it arises as a requirement of the children who have fulfilled their time in Nenoarchitecture and want to maintain their presence in the workshops. It is therefore a “commission” of the children themselves who, after a whole course, already master the topics and challenges proposed and therefore demand a greater degree of difficulty.

This block has introduced the world of design with greater force, giving even more freedom to the child in its design and project process, even providing them with the tools to create new challenges. The use of specific software is introduced through VIRTUAL LUPO so that we can include more 3D vision related activities. To this the use of virtual techniques such as Augmented Reality is added to try to maintain the connection between the virtual world and the real world through challenges that project with virtual tools and build with physics.

Current Classes

– Art and industry
– Pioneers: Christo and Jeanne Claude
– Integration of the arts
– Pioneers: Yona Friedman.
Infinite structures
– Learning from Las Vegas
– More lives than a cat
– Architectures of the world
– Sculpting the space
– Build with energy
– Family party



Dossier Lupo workshops