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Bestiario_ has been selected by the curator Atxu Amann, of the Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2018, to jointly create the architectural, graphic and web design of b-e-c-o-m-i-n-g.com
In a recent interview by InnoCells, Joan Ramon Pujol -- Chief Data Officer for Banco Sabadell -- talks about how data-driven decisions can make people’s lives better. Kelvin Atlas, the open data portal developed by Bestiario_ for Banco Sabadell, is a data visualization tool that exemplifies this philosophy.
Kelvin Atlas is online. An open data website developed by bestiario_ for Banc Sabadell that allows people to explore economics, finance and tourism data in an interactive map.
BCN Summer Workshops IAAC & Valldaura-Parc Collserola. In this data-driven workshop, and with the guidance of bestiario_, you will develop a fascinating data visualization experience.
Bestiario's lead designer, the colombian native Julián Jaramillo, was recently interviewed by Surface magazine wherein he discusses his incorporatation to our firm and some of his most significant works.
We helped conceptualize and design Arts Santa Mònica's exhibition: 60dB / 16kHz Bcn. Can you hear the violence?
Our work with National Geographic Magazine has been shortlisted for the Information is Beautiful Awards 2016.
Bestiario_ and Quadrigram participate in Visualizar 2016 at Medialab Prado (Madrid)
Obra Social "La Caixa" releases its Social Observatory, an interactive initiative that we helped design, which aims to enrich public debate over social issues that affect Spain and Europe.
Banc Sabadell launches its new analytics tool for small businesses: Kelvin Retail, designed and developed in collaboration with the bank's Big Data Team, which we are currently part of.
National Geographic Magazine publishes our recent collaboration: Clean water access around the World.
Our work with National Geographic Magazine wins a Webby Award, in it's Green Websites category.
The Latin American Bank for Development (CAF) and Bestiario_ release the interactive platform: Observatory of Urban Mobility.
Bestiario_ opens the space Decoding Dom Perignon within Ferran Adria's El Builli Lab
Banc Sabadell's integral information platform developed by Bestiario_ is out. More than 10,000 workers access to the application every day
Bestiario_ organizes the Ferran Adria's exhibition for Telefónica Auditing the creative process
La Silla Vacía
La Silla Vacía is the online magazine of reference in the field of politics in Colombia. We work with them in transforming their entire digital platform in order to create a product that will improve the understanding and navigability of its content, and revitalize their corporate image.
Obra Social "La Caixa"
We have accompanied the Obra Social "La Caixa" in the construction of a social observatory that not only works on the valorization of multiple studies of socio-economic order, but also puts at the service of society a collection of indicators that allow us to understand in detail the social landscape of Europe over the last 15 years.
The first ever responsive airline website, "part" of our long time partnership with the company that made flying fun again. Read the case study or visit lacaixa.com.
For over two years we have accompanied Dom Perignon in a process of internal reflection which aims to understand the elements and information flows that structure the value of their brand.
Development Bank of Latin America
Working with the CAF we faced the challenge of transforming a large database of indicators of urban mobility into a visual system that would allow to understand and democratize its contents.
We were fortunate to work with the BBVA DATA team in conceptualizing and developing a new product to generate value to its customers from their commercial operations data bank.
Barcelona city council
Research, and iterative prototyping for new digital experiences that aim to give Barcelona's citizens access to the city's information resources.
With the team at B.A.D Architects we worked on developing a system that would allow them to reflect their philosophy of work through the plastic organization of their projects.