Biology applied to 
architectural design

Biology applied to architectural design

The inspiration behind Biolightweight Architecture comes from life itself. We observe the shapes, function and structure offered to us by nature, where everything already exists, to apply it in everyday life and create kind, beautiful, safe, and intelligent spaces.

A new
light skin

Welcome to the new era

In 1967, Frei Otto challenged the architectural shapes and built a membrane pavilion for the Universal Exhibition in Montreal. This earned him the title of father of textile engineering and architecture.

Make the most of resources without losing sight of the shape and its aesthetics is one of the manifestos of this branch that shares its ideals with those of sustainable architecture.

A new
light skin

Welcome to the new era

In 1967, Frei Otto challenged the architectural shapes and built a membrane pavilion for the Universal Exhibition in Montreal. This earned him the title of father of textile engineering and architecture.

Make the most of resources without losing sight of the shape and its aesthetics is one of the manifestos of this branch that shares its ideals with those of sustainable architecture.

Roberto Muñoz

lightweight architect

I have devoted more than twenty years to conquering new goals in textile architectural design, choosing, and working with lighter and more resistant materials, and taking different risks to reach higher.

We are looking for projects
that challenge and create
new architectures.

We are looking for projects that challenge and create new architectures