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El Rengle Business Centre in Barcelona, Spain by Manuel Ruisánchez

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: Manuel Ruisánchez 

The El Rengle compound is part of a wider operation to redefine the waterfront of the city of Mataró, combining housing and business uses. The planning of the city block -in collaboration with the Municipal Services- interprets this hybrid situation alternating different autonomous volumes among which this building of business activities stands out.

Image Courtesy © Ferran Mateo

  • Architects: Manuel Ruisánchez
  • Project: El Rengle Business Centre
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Ferran Mateo, Shlomi Almagor
  • Client: PUMSA
  • Team: Pere Fuertes, Susana Toyos, Miquel Burguet, Eulàlia Gómez, Ivan Martínez, Eduard Álvarez
  • Consultants: BOMA (Structure),  SEDNA (Systems), Roger Ríos (Tech. Arch.), GPO (Systems), INTEGRAL + SGJ (project manager)
  • Contractor: FCC
  • On site: 2007 –  2010
  • Area:  30.289 m²

TANATORIO SANT JOAN DESPI in BARCELONA, Spain by Batlle i Roig Arquitectes

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

Article source: Batlle i Roig Arquitectes

The proposal for the new funeral home in Sant Joan Despí arise from understanding the intervention as the end of the urban ensemble formed by the Fontsanta park and the existing cemetery. Its location is based on the following criteria:

Image Courtesy © Batlle i Roig Arquitectes

  • Architects: Batlle i Roig Arquitectes
  • Project: TANATORIO SANT JOAN DESPI
  • Location: SANT JOAN DESPÍ, BARCELONA
  • AUTHORS: ENRIC BATLLE I DURANY, JOAN ROIG DURAN, ALBERT GIL MARGALEF, ARCHITECTS
  • COLLABORATORS: MIRIAM ARANDA, ARCHITECT, DOLORS FEU, AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER & LANDSCAPE DESIGNER , DIANA CALICÓ, ELISABETH TORREGROSA, TECHNICAL ARCHITECTS, SJ12, ALBERT COLOMER, INSTALLATION ENGINEERING, STATIC, GERARDO RODRÍGUEZ, STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
  • BUILDER: VOPI4
  • SURFACE: 700 SQM
  • PROJECT & EXECUTION DATE: 2009-2011

Santa Rosa Church in Barcelona, Spain

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

Article source: Ricardo Gómez, Arquitectos Asociados

It’s a new church built in the surroundings of Barcelona. This church was built due to a public operation of building some social houses and a religious facility in the town of Santa Coloma de Gramenet.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Gómez, Arquitectos Asociados

Montbou public school in Santa Margarida de Montbui, Barcelona, Spain by David Closes Arquitecte

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Article source: David Closes Arquitecte

Abstract

The school, with a planned gross floor area of about 700 m2, had to be placed on a very small site, of just 630 m2, situated beyond on an existing sports court that was intended as the school’s playground. The surroundings were formed by a football ground to the west and, to the east, by a sector of single-family dwellings separated from the school plot by an alleyway of just three meters wide.

Image Courtesy © José Hevia

  • Architects: David Closes Arquitecte
  • Project: Montbou public school
  • Location: Santa Margarida de Montbui, Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: José Hevia
  • Area: 767 m2
  • Client:  Catalan Government
  • Collaborators: Ricard Torres (architect), Miquel Àngel Sala /Robert Brufau i Associats (structures consultants), Toni Vila (industrial engineer), Dídac Dalmau (construction engineer), José Hevia (fotògraf)
  • Date of project: 1999-2002
  • Execution: 2003-2004
  • Builder: Paysa
  • Cost: 711.150 eur (vat included)

APARTMENT BUILDING IN RASET STREET, Barcelona by MIRAG

Saturday, June 29th, 2013

Article source: MIRAG

This blockhouse is located in ‘La bonanova’ neighborhood in Barcelona. It stands out in the middle of a residential area thanks to its powerful facade made out of big white bricks. The composition of these pieces plays a big part in the image of the front of the building.
In this apartment building, we strived to obtain the maximum quality through a conscientious work in constructive details and well-finish interior and exterior surfaces.

Image of the building from Raset street, Image Courtesy © Jordi Surroca

  • Architects: MIRAG
  • Project: APARTMENT BUILDING
  • Location: Raset Street, Barcelona
  • Typology: New building: multi-floor residential building
  • Authors: MIRAG Arquitectura i Gestió (Pau Millet & Xavier Ramoneda, architects)
  • Year: 2007
  • Developer:  Immobiliaria AEDES
  • Construction company: XEDEX S.A.
  • Budget: 1.700.000 €
  • Built surface: 820 m2
  • Photographs: Jordi Surroca

Day Centre For The Elderly in Barcelona, Spain by BCQ arquitectura barcelona

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Article source: BCQ arquitectura barcelona

The project’s main aim is to create a pleasant building for senior citizens, a space where they feel comfortable and one they can identify with. The construction materials and finishes used are therefore familiar, warm and comfortable, such as ceramic and wood, to create a homely, relaxed atmosphere.

Image Courtesy © Carlos Climent 

  • Architects: BCQ arquitectura barcelona
  • Project: Day Centre For The Elderly
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Carlos Climent
  • Use: Public day centre for the elderly
  • Client: Barcelona Town Council – Horta-Guinardó District Council
  • Team: DAVID BAENA, TONI CASAMOR, MANEL PERIBÁÑEZ, MATRIA TALTAVULL
  • Architects collaborators: ALEXANDRE LIBERATO
  • Structural Calculations: JORDI GRANADA, Arch.
  • M&E Engineering: TALLER D’ENGINYERIA AMBIENTAL
  • Technical Architect: SERGI PRAT GÓMEZ
  • Dates: Competition, 2005 / Project, 2005 / Construction, 2006-2008
  • Contractor: AND,SA DE SERVEIS
  • Costs without VAT: 1.240.458€
  • Furniture: KAUSA INSTAL•LACIONS INTEGRALS I EQUIPAMENT PER L’HABITAT
  • Ceramic Cladding: CERÀMIQUES FERRER

Access Pavillion in “Els Turons de Les Tres Creus” in Barcelona, Spain by Toni Girones

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Article source: Toni Girones

Information Point And Pavillion Acces To The Natural And Archeological Site Of “Els Turons De Les Tres Creus” (Montmeló-Montornés Del Vallés / Bcn) 2008-2012

In the natural setting of “Turons de les Tres Creus” , surrounded by a highly fragmented metropolitan area and linked to the archaeological site of “ Can Tacó “, arises the need to project some places previous an area with a great natural and archaeological interests. Give value set conditions, report the high heritage value of the site, and understand the genuineness of the mountain as a structural element of biodiversity in a highly fragmented and anthropized by man, are the main aims of this proposal.

Image Courtesy © Toni Gironès 

  • Architects: Toni Girones
  • Project: Access Pavillion in “Els Turons de Les Tres Creus”
  • Location: Montornès Del Vallès, Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Aitor Estévez, Toni Gironès
  • Architect In Charge: Toni Gironès Saderra
  • Area: 200 sqm
  • Year: 2012
  • Collaborator: Dani Rebugent
  • Technical Architect: Brufau I Cusó S.L.P.
  • Structural Engineer: Boma Inpasa S.L.P.
  • Archeologist: Josep Guitart, Montse Tenas
  • Excavation Director: Gemma Garcia y Esther Rodrigo
  • Restoration: Crat S.C.P. (Débora Iglesias y Imma Rueda)
  • Natural Media: Naturalea
  • Promotor: Ayuntamientos De Montmeló y Montornès Del Vallès
  • Execution: Icac, Institut Català D’arqueologia Clàssica
  • Construction Company: Moix Serveis I Obres S.L.
  • Construction Manager: José Antonio Álvarez
  • Budget: 28.893 € (Edification) / 14.980 € (Pavillions)

Adaptation of The Roman Ruins of Can Tacó in Barcelona, Spain by Toni Girones

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Article source: Toni Girones

The archaeological site of Can Tacó in Turó d’en Roina, in the natural setting of  Turons de les Tres Creus. In a highly fragmented metropolitan area, arises the need to project some places previous an area with a great natural and archaeological interests.

Built by successive terracing and partly with site stone licorella, what had been an important settlement prior to construction of the Via Augusta, is today a natural viewpoint to the counties of Vallès. It intervenes in the backfill of Roman traces, improving the content (the space) and highlighting the container (the walls).

Image Courtesy © Aitor Estévez 

  • Architects: Toni Girones
  • Project: Adaptation of The Roman Ruins of Can Tacó
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Aitor Estévez, Sabem.com i Aeroproduccions

Baby Peque Kids – Baby Sensory in Barcelona, Spain

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Article source: Architectuur +

Baby Sensory is an award winning baby development class designed to support baby sensorial development and has been designed specifically for babies from birth. The baby development activities stimulate the senses and help babies develop. This is the first baby sensory® franchise facility that has been designed for its purpose. Natural sunlight and circulation have been used as guidelines to define the site plan providing many possibilities of use and enjoyment.

Image courtesy Architectuur +

  • Architects: Architectuur +
  • Team: Cristina Aquino and Judit Taberna
  • Project: Baby Peque Kids for Baby Sensory
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Project Owner: Baby Peque Kids
  • Project Completion Date: October, 2012
  • Project Type: Education – Early learning activities
  • Project Site Context/Setting: Urban / Interior design
  • Building Gross Floor Area: 172,94 square meter
  • Other Building Description: Renovation
  • Total project cost at time of completion, land excluded: 80,000.00 €
  • Software used: Vectorworks

Beethoven Building Entrance and Lobby Area in Barcelona, Spain by Archit3ctum

Thursday, May 16th, 2013

Article source: Archit3ctum

The renovation of lobby and common areas of Beethoven building Barcelona was a particular challenger for our studio because we want to give a very new image to the interior areas, with the idea of a contemporary and technological place. To carry out our task, we focus on creating a neutral space where the use of materials with high resistance and metallic colors could mark the perimeter and indicate the flow of the course.

Image Courtesy © Eli Garmendía

  • Architects: Archit3ctum
  • Project: Beethoven Building Entrance and Lobby Area
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Eli Garmendía
  • Client: Parje S.A.
  • Team: René Mateo, Víctor Gonzalez and Cristina Aquino
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