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Mdk Headquarters in Alicante, Spain by FRAN SILVESTRE ARQUITECTOS

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Article source: FRAN SILVESTRE ARQUITECTOS

The project consists in the construction of the headquarters for Mondraker, a company dedicated to the manufacture of competition mountain bikes. Located in an industrial park and surrounded by orthogonal edification, the building seeks to break away from the adjacent geometry and encloses itself, with a circular plan hollowed out by a central courtyard. Two vaults pierce the geometry allowing the access to the building, and creating a sort of central atrium which can be used, due to its form, to generate events and exhibitions. This geometry separates the building from its surrounding, reinforcing the corporative identity of the company and improving the quality of the open space in the plot.

Image Courtesy © FRAN SILVESTRE ARQUITECTOS

  • Architects: FRAN SILVESTRE ARQUITECTOS
  • Project: Mdk Headquarters
  • Location: Alicante, Spain
  • Principal in Charge: Fran Silvestre
  • Collaborating architect: Rubén March, Eduardo Sancho, María Masià, Fran Ayala, Estefanía Soriano, Sandra Insa, Santi Dueña, Pablo Camarasa, David Sastre, Ricardo Candela, Sevak Asatrián, Álvaro Olivares, Esther Sanchis, Vicente Picó, Jose,Manuel Arnao, Rosa Juanes, Sergio Llobregat. Alessandro Santapà

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CREC – Coworking space in Barcelona, Spain by CaSA – Colombo and Serboli Architecture

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Article source: CaSA – Colombo and Serboli Architecture

Crec Eixample is the second coworking space designed by CaSA for CREC, leading company in coworking in Barcelona. After the first collaboration with their “social coworking” Sinèrgics, CREC called again CaSA to design the new, centrally located workplace.

Located a few steps away from central Plaza Catalunya, its 700sq meters of surface divided between street level and basement, provide as by brief of the client a wide variety of working environments for different needs for over 110 people: communal tables for flexible workers with laptops separated from fixed desks for people not willing to move around; closed offices for private offices for companies, communal areas such as Kitchen/office, relax areas, meeting rooms, conference boots, toilets and a lecture room.

Image Courtesy © Roberto Ruiz

  • Architects: CaSA – Colombo and Serboli Architecture
  • Project: CREC – Coworking space
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Roberto Ruiz
  • Premises complete refurbishment: 700m2.
  • Construction Management: Erica Espinosa, Monika Palosz for Meep Studio

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SANT AGUSTI VELL in Barcelona, Spain by Egue y Seta

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

Designers: Egue y Seta 

Say you love Barcelona and you rather take little monthly trips than embarking on moth long exhausting holydays. Say you hate mini bars, wake up calls, bellboys or those useless hotel hairdryers. If you favour real homes, with unique style and owners; with full dinnerware or books even if you are on vacations, you know we can be talking about some 6k worth on accommodation expense per year, without VAT or the famous all inclusive wristbands.

Image Courtesy © VICUGO FOTO

  • Designers: Egue y Seta
  • Project: SANT AGUSTI VELL
  • Location: Plaza Sant Agustí Vell nº 11, Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: VICUGO FOTO, MAURICIO FUENTES
  • Area: 78m2
  • Completed date: 2015

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Masquespacio Interior Design in Valencia, Spain by Masquespacio

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

Article source: Masquespacio 

Masquespacio presents the recent renovation of its own studio that represents the working experience at the international creative consultancy below the concept “Mas”, or “More” in English.

Image Courtesy © Bruno Almela

  • Architects: Masquespacio
  • Project: Masquespacio Interior Design
  • Location: Valencia, Spain
  • Photography: Bruno Almela, Luis Beltran

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Estepa Bus Station in Seville, Spain by Fernando Suárez Corchete

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Article source: Fernando Suárez Corchete

Estepa is a small town 110km east of Seville (Spain). It is in the centre of Andalusia and well connected to Seville or Malaga, by the A-92 highway or its branches.

The project began by carrying out an extensive analysis of the area which identifies the flow of traffic and its connections with the A-92 highway. The avenue where we are located in, a major road axis that still maintains the character of the old main street that was, connects with the highway in two important intersections on the west and on the northeast sides of the town.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Fernando Suárez Corchete (Lorenzo Muro Álvarez, María Pilar Casado Villa)
  • Project: Estepa Bus Station
  • Location: Avenida de Andalucía 177. 41560 Estepa (Seville – Spain)
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Technical Architects: Víctor Baztán Cascales, Antonio García González
  • Collaborators: Ana Boranieva
  • Client: Agencia de Obra Púbica de la Junta de Andalucía (Regional Government)
  • Construction: Trafisa – Construcción civil y medioambiental

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RIVAS-FUTURA underground station in Madrid, Spain by david LANDÍNEZ + mónica GONZÁLEZ REY

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

Article source: david LANDÍNEZ + mónica GONZÁLEZ REY

RIVAS-FUTURA underground station [METRO de MADRID] Rivas Vaciamadrid, Madrid (Spain)

The building´s architecture is a consequence of the surrounding context and its brief, which includes a new underground station, the public spaces to access the station and two parking areas. Located between two operating underground stations, the building process was determined by the aim of continuing with the train services during the works.

Image Courtesy © MIGUEL DE GUZMÁN

  • Architects: david LANDÍNEZ + mónica GONZÁLEZ REY
  • Project: RIVAS-FUTURA underground station
  • Location: Calle AURELIO ÁLVAREZ, s/n – Rivas Vaciamadrid, Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: MIGUEL DE GUZMÁN
  • Client: Transportes Ferroviarios de Madrid, S.A. METRO de Madrid, SA
  • Architect Authors: Mª ANTONIA GONZÁLEZ-VALCÁRCEL SÁNCHEZ-PUELLES FRANCISCO LANDÍNEZ GUTIERREZ + DAVID LANDÍNEZ GONZÁLEZ-VALCÁRCEL MÓNICA GONZÁLEZ REY (LANDÍNEZ+REY | equipo L2G arquitectos, slp [ eL2Gaa ]) + ROCIO LANDÍNEZ GONZÁLEZ-VALCÁRCEL
  • Collaborators: FRANCISCO PÉREZ CÁRDENAS (quantity surveyor),YOLANDA FUERTES (delineación)
  • General Contractor: ALDESA CONSTRUCCIONES, SA

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Gym Pavilion And Landscaping in Caceres, Spain by david LANDÍNEZ + mónica GONZÁLEZ REY

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Article source: LANDÍNEZ + mónica GONZÁLEZ REY

Context

Enabling the improvement of the existing \”Quercus\” State Secondary School facilities, the scheme organizes the exterior area of the School, providing play spaces and a new gym pavilion.

Located at the highest level of the north border of the town of Malpartida de Plasencia, the site has is a significant level change of 17 m across it.

Image Courtesy © JESÚS GRANADA, architectural photographer

  • Architects: david LANDÍNEZ + mónica GONZÁLEZ REY
  • Project: Gym Pavilion And Landscaping
  • Location: C/ Achicorial 8 – Malpartida de Plasencia, Cáceres, Spain
  • Photography: JESÚS GRANADA, architectural photographer
  • Client: Consejería de Educación – Gobierno de Extremadura  
  • Project Collaborators: BELÉN DIÁZ-VIEITO PIÉLAGOS, architect ANTONIO RODRÍGUEZ GONZÁLEZ, architect ESTER BELLÓN OLMEDO, architect, PAULA JAÉN CAPARRÓS, architect
  • Building Engineer: ANA BELÉN CORBACHO BARQUERO, arquitecto técnico
  • Construction Area: 570,74 M2
  • Development Area: 5.521,81 M2

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Canalla Disco in Navarra, Spain by Vaillo+Irigaray Architects

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Article source: Vaillo+Irigaray Architects

This project aimed to re-organise an existing nightclub, whose leitmotiv was grounded in sparkling, coloured lights inside a dark box.

The nightclub is then conceived as a light, sound and movement tuner. Therefore the plan is based in a gradual composition of those three elements. The central part is shaped as an area for dancing and maximum vibration–convulsive, intense. The floor, walls and roof in the farthest zones–sober, welcoming–appear as golden boxes where the sparks of the central part can be captured and reflected in nuanced glittering lights A long bar going through the whole premises provides the backbone of this space gradual composition.

Image Courtesy © Rubén P. Bescós

  • Architects: Vaillo+Irigaray Architects
  • Project: Canalla Disco
  • Location: Pamplona, Navarra, Spain
  • Photography: Rubén P. Bescós
  • Client: Bayona Global SL
  • Cost: 450.000 €
  • Area: 700 m2
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Completion March: 2014

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A temple to “earthly” Families! in Barcelona, Spain by Egue y Seta

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

Article source: Egue y Seta 

On the very heart of Barcelona´s Dreta del Eixample and looking over Gaudi´s Sagrada Familia´s Cathedral, a temple to everyday life and homeliness devoted to a much more earthly and modern family. B., R. and their only son, wanted to open up their home onto a superb terrace with magnificent urban views while welcoming us to their private refuge recently renovated under a pleasing mixture of Scandinavian and Mediterranean style.

Image Courtesy © Egue y Seta

  • Architects: Egue y Seta
  • Project: A temple to “earthly” Families!
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain

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Piedrabuena House in Ciudad Real, Spain by MUKA arquitectura

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

Article source: MUKA arquitectura

Ceramics, in Piedrabuena house, acquires many qualities as a relevant element in the house. The continuing presence of this material in the municipality and the low budget suggested a proposal able to re-read its more material condition. In a plot of two and a half meters of façade, the use of an embossed clay slab, put off the edges of the floor slabs, acts as if it were a ceramic curtain. A curtain that hides any reference to the domestic size of the gaps and proposes itself to unify the surrounding façades. The scale disappears and the proposal enhances the link between existing buildings. The alternate arrangement of the module part to rope and on edge draws a porous and vibrant lattice. Vibrant is the play of shadows cast and changing, and porous because it filters the direct light that penetrates to the interior of the house on the vertical glass cloth behind her.

Image Courtesy © Javier Callejas

  • Architects: MUKA arquitectura
  • Project: Piedrabuena House 
  • Location: Ciudad Real, Spain
  • Photography: Javier Callejas
  • Construction Company: Construcciones Trejena S.L.
  • Partners: Claudia Cerrada Isact, Blanca Muñoz de la Espada López, Ana María Sánchez Ruiz, Adelina de la Cruz Morillo
  • Periodo of execution: 8 months
  • Date: April 2017

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