MOREMAS represents an entirely new model for architectural and creative design practice by responding to the rapidly changing social and economic landscape with design solutions that encompass a variety of disciplines including architecture and environmental design, industrial design, new material research, science and fabrication, information technology, static and motion graphics, lighting and audio design to construct a completely holistic experience that both challenges and transcends the limits of existing paradigms, with a focus on capitalizing on possibilities. Every investigation exposes different potential ideas, uses, or new forms of organization in existing systems. The intention of every project is to address a number of different requirements at multiple levels, including but not limited to form.
Kenneth Kim is a licensed architect in California and New York. Prior to MOREMAS, he completed a number of independent projects in Los Angeles, and was associated with influential architects and designers, including Roto Architects, Inc. in Los Angeles and Naomi Leff & Associates in New York City. Mr. Kim has taught architecture as adjunct professor at California Polytechnic University (Pomona) and Woodbury University, as a teaching assistant at Carnegie Mellon University and at the Ecoles d’Arts Américaines de Fontainebleau (France). Most recently he was a Visiting Professor of Architecture at Mississippi State University. He has also served as invited juror at SCI-Arc, Pratt, NJIT, NYIT, and at the Rural Studio/Auburn University. Mr. Kim completed his post-professional degree (Master of Science Degree in Advanced Architectural Design) at Columbia University receiving the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize, and his Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University with honors. In 1992 he was the recipient of the Médaille de Bronze from the Académie d´Architecture and the Prix François Meyer-Levy from the Ecole d´Arts Américaines de Fontainebleau in France. Mr. Kim is a member of the AIA.
Paula Rosales is a licensed architect in Spain. As cofounder and principal of MOREMAS, she is currently responsible for all activities in Europe, marketing, design, and development strategies. She provides a diverse range of experience in residential, retail, theater, and large government projects having collaborated at all levels with architects such as Luis O´Connor, Estudio Cano Lasso (both in Madrid), and Janson Goldstein (in New York City). Ms. Rosales graduated with honors from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (Universidad Politécnica). She also attended classes at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow (Scotland), Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Hotchkiss University in Connecticut, and Harvard University in Massachusetts. Paula Rosales is a member of COAM.
[source More&Co Arquitectos website, formerly MoreMas ]