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alsar-atelier  is a pandemic-born architecture and design studio based in Boston & Bogotá. The practice focuses on the design and development of public installations with a social purpose and small scale residential projects. The studio has a design methodology that prioritizes concepts of sustainable materials, affordable strategies, and community engagement.

​Led by Alejandro Saldarriaga Rubio, the practice has generated a line of work that has been featured in diverse media including articles from Metropolis magazine 2020 Jul-Aug Edition, Arquine, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Recently, the studio was featured in Archdaily's Best New Practices 2023.

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Alejandro Saldarriaga, colab19, alsar atelier

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08.02.2023 Alsar selected by Cambridge Arts Council to design a public shading structure on the summer of 2024.


30.01.2022 <ALSAR> wins 1st place in the  Harvard Arts Festival 2023 Competition


20.04.2022 <ALSAR> wins 2nd place in Repelón Monument  competition

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13.12.2022 <ALSAR> amongst archdaily's best new practices 2023

Alsar Atelier wins 1st place in competiton

20.04.2022 <ALSAR> wins 1st place in Pertanto's Social inclusion competition

La perse featured in Arquine

18.01.2022 La Perse featured in Arquines´s98th edition

Dorfmn awards

16.01.2022 longlisted for emerging architect alongside GB Urban Studio in the 2022 Dorfman Awards 

Alsar Atelier featured in Metropolis Magazine

20.08.2021  Feature in Metropolis Magazine under young talent alongside GB-Urban Studio.

Alsar Atelier Featured in Harvard GSD

08.04.2021  Work featured in the Harvard GSD website alongside GB-Urban Studio

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