Posts Tagged ‘Barcelona’
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: mint LIST
APPAREIL has converted a Barcelona warehouse into co-working office and maker space, on the top floor of a building in Poblenou, the city’s former industrial quarter. Currently part of the 22@Barcelona – Innovation District’s renewal plan, approved in 2000, the area is evolving into a dynamic, vibrant urban district, brimming with knowledge-intensive activities, from both the professional and academic sectors.
Image Courtesy © José Hevia
- Architects: APPAREIL
- Project: Za/Pa
- Location: 22@Barcelona – Innovation District (Poblenou), Spain
- Photography: José Hevia
- Design team: Edouard Cabay, Massimo D’Aiello, Sonia Lamesa Pina, Alejandro Rondón.
- Nodo (Alejandro Rondon, Miguel Acha, Ferran Huguet)
- Medio Design (Juan Pablo Quintero)
- Climate: Dosdedos (Marc Carratala)
- GFA: 205 sqm
- Budget: 60.000 €
- Completion: January 2017
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: Susanna Cots
In her new project, Sensory order, Susanna Cots breaks the taboos to create a space far from the conventional: a metaphor that goes from disorder to order through design, materials and a white and organic palette, the latter being the interior designer’s distinctive signature.
Minimally invasive design for a dental clinic
Interior designer Susanna Cots has been able to create an atmosphere of calm in a dental clinic by projecting a space in which the volumes, the sturdiness of solid wood and the unexpected presence of Nature in the form of vertical gardens, welcome patients to a world far from the traditional dentist.
Image Courtesy © Susanna Cots
- Architects: Susanna Cots
- Project: Sensory order
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Size: 200m2
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
Article source: Pere Puig Arquitecte
The building is connected to a racetrack located in Barcelona, and is actively used as a training site for professional motor racing. Several companies involved in the industry have set up permanent offices in this building.
A flexible design was needed for the building so that it could accommodate several companies of varying sizes. For this reason, the building is divided between several 35 square meter subdivisions or sectors. Each is independent from the other, and all mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) utilities were installed below each sector, allowing for an unobstructed view, optimal energy efficiency, and minimized energy consumption.
Image Courtesy © Carla Arbós
- Architects: Pere Puig Arquitecte
- Project: Campus Motor
- Location: Can Palà Industrial Estate, Castellolí, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Carla Arbós
- Developer: District Council Anoia
- Constructor: Ferrovial
- Architect: Pere Puig Rodriguez
- Foreman: Manel Cruz and Marin
- Architects collaborators: Rafael Bosch Figueras, Marta Lucas Serra, Francesc Mestre Dalmau Pastor Laguna Natalia Maria Garcia Codina Sabate Nuria Casanellas
- Facilities: Raul Cristóbal, Josep Mª Juvillà (IMOGEP)
- Area: 2816.80 m2
- Year: 2013
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Article source: Nook Architects
The architectural refurbishment of this commercial ground floor space was conditioned for the needs of its new use, a design studio and concept store in what had been for the past few decades an archive and educational space.
The commercial space is located on the ground floor of a residential building built in the year 1900 in Barcelona’s Ciutat Vella, the Old Quarter. The building’s entry and central staircase, which is ventilated through an adjacent patio, is accessed directly from a square. This results in a U-shaped ground floor that wraps around the patio and central staircase.
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Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
Article source: Josep Ferrando Architecture
The architect Josep Ferrando resolves the complex urban conditions of the context and the site in which the house is located – less than 5 meters wide and with a particular topography that constrains the parcel between two streets situated at different heights – starting the conception of the project from the shaping of the volume.
Image Courtesy © Adria Goula
- Architects: Josep Ferrando Architecture (Josep Ferrando Bramona)
- Project: House Between Party Walls
- Location: C/ de la Torre 8, Sant Cugat, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Adria Goula
- Software used: Autocad
- Client: Miriam y Eduard
- Constructor: ROOM S.L.
- Quantity Surveyor: Toledo-Villarreal
- Structures: Josep Nel.lo
- Collaborators: Marta Arias + Carol Castilla + Jordi Pérez + Félix Platero + Goun Park + TaeGweon Kim + Adrià Orriols + Clara Vidal + Borja Rodríguez
- Budget: 300.000 €
- Surface: 225 m2
- Dates: 2011 – 2015
Thursday, November 24th, 2016
Article source: Pere Puig arquitecte, SLP
Santa Margarida de Montbui was a small municipality that the great immigration wave of the nineteen fifties and sixties turned into a dormitory town on the industrial outskirts of Barcelona.
In recent decades it has gradually acquired the basic services that it severely lacked: urbanisation of streets, health care facilities, schools, etc. Still missing though is a cultural centre capable of housing a library, conference room, auditorium and classrooms. In some way, this building represents the end of a trajectory from slum to city.
Image Courtesy © Pere Puig arquitecte, SLP
- Architects: Pere Puig arquitecte, SLP
- Project: Mont-Àgora
- Location: Catalonia promenade s/n, 08710 Santa Margarida de Montbui, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Rafael Tirado, Diputació de Barcelona (Òscar Ferrer), Marc Vila
- Developer: Diputació de Barcelona and Santa Margarida de Montbui city council
- Building company: INBISA: 1st 2nd and 3rdstage SOGESA: 4th stage
- Surveyor: Manel Marín
- Collaborating architects: Marta Lucas, Francesc Mestre, Natàlia Pastor, Rafael Bosch, Daniel Policani, Núria Sabaté, Marta Closa, Maria Garcia
- Acoustic: Ivana Rossell
- MEP: Raül Cristóbal (IMOGEP)
- Structure: Agustí Obiol (BAC Engineering Consultancy Group)
- Project managers in the representation of property: Ània Pluma (architect), Àngel Balaguer, (architect)
- Year: 2008/2015
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016
Article source: Egue y Seta
Walk in this Inhabitable architectural prosthesis: a space for seclusion and relaxation offering a set of facilities and technological devices thought to encourage disconnection from shopping routine while reconnecting to the more virtual/remote realm. A grandstand balcony terrace where to enjoy the privileged views over the urban scape of “La Maquinista” Shopping Center.
Image Courtesy © VICUGO FOTO
- Architects: Egue y Seta
- Project: La Maquinista
- Location: C.C La Maquinista, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: VICUGO FOTO
- Collaborators: Daniel Pérez, Felipe Araujo, Gaia Trotta, Szymon Keller y Covadonga Díaz
- Promoter: La Maquinista
- Area: 38 m2
- Completed date: 2016
Friday, October 28th, 2016
Article source: Mesura
A couple, a traditional house in the Empordà and one dream.
Houses should evolve along with its users.
Ana María and Manuel made the decision of spending as much time as possible in their summerhouse in Sant Mori, a rural village located between Figueres and Girona. Among forests and fields, this particular place offers their inhabitants the typical landscape of the Empordà.
Image Courtesy © Mesura
- Architects: Mesura
- Project: Sant Mori Enlargement
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Project leader: Marcos Parera
- Date: 1st July 2016
Tuesday, October 25th, 2016
Article source: El Equipo Creativo
At the recent annual Restaurant & Bar Design Awards held in London, El Equipo Creativo was awarded two Restaurant & Bar Design Awards for their design of the Blue Wave bar (currently OneOcean Bar) in Barcelona.
The Award ceremony started positively for El Equipo Creativo when the Blue Wave bar design received the ´Best Europe Bar´ design award and ended on an even better note with the team being called back on stage to collect the most coveted international bar design award: ‘Best Overall Bar´.
Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula
- Architects: El Equipo Creativo
- Project: Blue Wave bar
- Location: Moll de la Barceloneta 1, Barcelona
- Photography: Adrià Goula
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Client: OneOcean Port Vell, Salamanca Group
- Studio: El Equipo Creativo_ Oliver Franz Schmidt + Natali Canas del Pozo + Lucas Echeveste Lacy
- Project: Team Néstor Veloso, Anna Martínez Salom, Cristòfol Tauler, Savina Radeva, Cristina Huguet, Anna Serra
- Size: 198m2
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
Article source: peris+toral.arquitectes
In response to both the temporality of the facility and the context where is located, Peris+Toral stands up for a detachable and reusable construction that minimizes the trace on the territory: a scaffolding system as structure and formal solution of the project.
This temporary facility built a year ago by the Catalan practice Peris+Toral, is part of the provisional urbanization of the Glòries Square in Barcelona. With this project, the studio reasserts a new way of working and enhances its search for new solutions and constructive processes.
Image Courtesy © José Hevia
- Architects: peris+toral.arquitectes
- Project: A Scaffolding System for a Temporary Facility
- Location: Las Glorias square, Barcelona
- Photography: José Hevia, Adrià Goula
- Client: BIM/SA
- Architect: Marta Peris, José Manuel Toral, architects Izaskun González, student
- Structure: Manel Fernández Bernuz- Fernandez aquitectes S.L.
- Systems: Jaume Pastor Eletresjota tècnics associats S.L.
- Architecture: Ana Espinosa, Leticia Soriano
- Builder: BENITO ARNO E HIJOS (more…)