Tag: Spain

08EMP \ Spaceworkers

08EMP \ Spaceworkers

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• August 17, 2011 • Comments (0)

spaceworkers® designed the 08EMP stadium in Mouriz, Paredes. Countering a trend of the current stadium, enclosing its green area inside, was what motivated us in finding this solution. The idea of “giving back” an acre of green space to the town was the main motto for this project. A solid block, which levitates into the […]

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El Bruc Residencial | David Oliva + Elisenda Planas

El Bruc Residencial | David Oliva + Elisenda Planas

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• August 2, 2011 • Comments (0)

It is a very honest and plain building, a wysiwyg building. Due to the small size of the building, it provides an image of unity and compactness of the material. David Oliva + Elisenda Planas El Bruc Residential, is located just outside the old town centre of El Bruc. It is a new public building […]

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Steel art | Frank Plant

Steel art | Frank Plant

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• July 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

Frank Plant is a Barcelona based American sculptor. He studied sculpture at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After finishing his B.A. in fine arts in 1993 he moved to Amsterdam and during this period he began to develop his drawings in steel. These are simple and direct studies of the forms and […]

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Loft in Poble Nou | YLAB arquitectos

Loft in Poble Nou | YLAB arquitectos

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• July 17, 2011 • Comments (2)

Spanish architectural firm YLAB arquitectos has completed the Loft in Poble Nou, Barcelona. The project consists of the interior renovation of a 100m2 apartment with a big terrace in an old building in the heart of a traditional neighbourhood of Barcelona. The house has a very deep and narrow floor plan and only two facades […]

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La Muñeca | Oglo

La Muñeca | Oglo

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• July 10, 2011 • Comments (0)

In December 2010, a French Architecture and Landscape office Oglo‘s La Muñeca project were selected by the Municipality of Allariz, Spain, to be built for the 2011 Allariz Garden Festival with the theme ” Fashion in the garden”, regarding the industrial textile past of this old village of Galicia. The garden just opened to public […]

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Zurbarán Clinic | AQSO arquitectos office

Zurbarán Clinic | AQSO arquitectos office

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• July 6, 2011 • Comments (1)

AQSO arquitectos office has recently completed the Zurbarán Clinic. This clinic is located in the mezzanine of a residential building near the Castellana Avenue, in the heart of Madrid. The space is indirectly illuminated through several generous patios and the homogeneous zenith light is intensified by the white atmosphere of the health center. The arrangement […]

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Lleida-Alguaire Airport | b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

Lleida-Alguaire Airport | b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

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• June 21, 2011 • Comments (0)

The programme of requirements includes a terminal building, a control tower, and two spaces for storages. Given their size, none of these elements were obvious candidates to represent a new airport. The strategy pursued therefore seeked to link the three programmes by means of a common visual element that avoids the impression that a strange […]

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Gran Casino Costa Brava | b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

Gran Casino Costa Brava | b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

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• June 21, 2011 • Comments (1)

Last week, Lamp Lighting Awards 2011 for ARCHITECTURAL EXTERIOR LIGHTING has been awarded to Gran Casino Costa Brava. (Please click here to the award page) the use of light as a projective tool, another element of architecture both in its natural and artificial angle that is effectively integrated in the structure itself and generates threedimensionality […]

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Lorca's Square | Jesús Torres Architect

Lorca’s Square | Jesús Torres Architect

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• June 2, 2011 • Comments (1)

Spanish architect Jesús Torres García recently has completed the Lorca’s Square located in Salobreña, Spain. + Architect’s statement by Jesús Torres García Spanish “LOW-TECH”*1 It was the first week of April in 2009, the journal EL PAÍS had a strange headline: “The capitalism has become a corpse”, it was Santiago Niño Becerra, IQS’s Professor, in […]

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Tudela (Club Med) Restoration Project | EMF Landscape Architects

Tudela (Club Med) Restoration Project | EMF Landscape Architects

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• June 1, 2011 • Comments (2)

In 1961, on the eastern tip of Iberia Peninsula, Cap de Creus cape, one the windiest and most northern exposed corner of our geography, Club Med constructed a privative holiday village with 430 buildings to receive around 900 visitors 3 months a year. The urbanization project it is considered as one of the most notorious […]

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