As part of the MAK lecture series changing architecture, Hernán Diáz Alonso spoke about his projects. Bizarre and highly visionary
thats how the biomorphic designs of Los Angeles based architect Hernán Diáz Alonso appear. His architecture,
animations, and sculptures playfully integrate vegetable and organic shapes. His figurative-architectural vocabulary breaks
visual and spatial boundaries of surface, decoration, and structure. Embedded in an avant-garde spatial intervention designed
by Diáz Alonso especially for the MAK Gallery, the MAK exhibition PITCH-BLACK comprehensively review and reflects his work.