The architecture studio RIPOLL·TIZÓN from Mallorca works with space and materials with the Mediterranean climate, light and breeze in mind. With extraordinary formal sensitivity and awareness of scale, they combine the ceramic tradition and whitewashed surfaces with fair-faced concrete elements that reinforce the composition and structure of their buildings. The São Paulo-based Brazilian studio UNAMUNIZVIEGAS approaches teaching and practice, architecture and urbanism, as a continuous investigation of each situation, method, geography and culture. It understands the working process as a reaction to a changing context that adapts to people's lives. For this reason, the formal solutions are varied, but in almost all of them, fair-faced concrete is used, executed with technical criteria and precision. The Swiss studio KARAMUK KUO, based in Zurich, also combines teaching and professional practice, designing and building with exquisite elegance.They work on architectures of very different scales, shapes, compositions, materialities, where fair-faced concrete, used both in exteriors and interiors, interacts with the void and configures an ethereal atmosphere detached from its solid character.