Posts Tagged ‘Canary Islands’
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
Article source: Beautell architect
For years, the neighbors of the fishermen village of El Pris had tried to promote the construction of a proper temple, under the vocation of the Virgen del Carmen (Our Lady of Mount Carmel) who is patroness of the sailors. Despite designating for it several different locations, this construction for various reasons was not possible. The image of the Virgin, for which the neighbors are strongly devoted, was stored in a warehouse belonging to a fishermen association, waiting to be placed in a sacred space.
Image Courtesy © José Oller
- Architects: Beautell architect (Alejandro Beautell)
- Project: Stella Maris Chapel
- Location: El Pris (Village), Tacoronte (Municipality), Tenerife (Island), Canary Islands, Spain
- Photography: Efraín Pintos, José Oller, Flavio Dorta and Alejandro Beautell
- Client: San Juan Bautista Parish
- Team: Marius Micu |Architect, Eloy Fernández |Quantity surveyor, Flavio Dorta & Manuel Rosado |Draftman
- Constructor: Construcciones Expósito
- Budget: 65.954,29 €
- Area: 45,87 m²
- Completion date: November 2016
Friday, February 3rd, 2017
Article source: Alejandro Beautell, architect
The renovated single family house is located in the historical city center of La Laguna, Tenerife, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Priori to the renovation, the house was ruined due to the abandonment which it had suffered for decades.
It is a traditional patio-house with a structure of massive walls covered by a wooden structure made of Canarian pine called tea. Its composition is simple and its strictly simetric facade still shows the dignity of an old house of the 18th century. During the course of years the house had been transformed, enlarged, and sometimes damaged.
Image Courtesy © José Oller
- Architects: Alejandro Beautell, architect
- Project: Alejandro Beautell, architect
- Location: La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
- Photography: José Oller
- Team: Eloy Fernández | Quantity Surveyor, Flavio Dorta & Manuel Rosado | Draftsman
- Constructor: Víctor Rodríguez e Hijos
- Covered area: 312,25m²
- Budget: 215.780,74 €
- Year Project: April 2015
- Year Built: November 2016
Thursday, December 13th, 2012
Article source: GPY Arquitectos
The San Bernardo Cultural Centre is located in a rural town, on a small plot with a basically square ground plan, fifteen metres per side. The programme for the Centre includes an assembly hall, which is to operate as a multipurpose space for holding conferences, exhibitions and performances, and three workshops, also seen as highly versatile spaces that can operate as classrooms, meeting rooms or as a small library, depending of the needs of each moment.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán
- Architects: GPY Arquitectos – Juan Antonio González Pérez, Urbano Yanes Tuña
- Project: San Bernardo Cultural Centre
- Location: Plaza San Bernardo, Los Silos, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
- Photography: Miguel de Guzmán, José Ramón Oller, J.A. González, Urbano Yanes
- Client: Tenerife Island Council
- Contract: UTE Centro Cultural San Bernardo
- Constructed Surface: 494,50 sqm
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Awards: ar+d Award for Emerging Architects. Prize Winner.
Premios FAD de Arquitectura e Interiorismo. Finalist.
Premio Manuel de Oráa y Arcocha. Honourable Mention.
Saturday, April 28th, 2012
Article source: dcrarq_Architecture&Design
Situated in Fuerteventura, the second larger Island of the Canary ISlands, the house is located in Triquivijate, a small location in the middle of a desertic landscape.
The house was projected for a family of four people with young children in a very windy area, so one of the main requirements from the clients was that the children could have the chance to spend a lot of time playing outside but protected from the winds.
Image Courtesy dcrarq
- Architect: dcrarq (Marina Diez-Cascon + Fernando Rial)
- Project: Family house
- Location: Triquivijate, Fuerteventura. Canary Islands. Spain
- Project Team: Marina Diez-Cascon, Fernando Rial, Luca Carbonaro
- Client: Mavi S.L
- Project area: 2500 sqm
- Project Year: 2008
- Photographs: dcrarq (more…)
Wednesday, November 16th, 2011
Article source: Romera y Ruiz Arquitectos
Puzzle Piece wins World’s Best New and Old Building at World Architecture Festival Awards 2011
Puzzle Piece, Spain, designed by Romera y Ruiz Arquitectos, has won the ‘World’s Best New and Old Building’ award at the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2011. The presentation of the WAF Awards are taking place during the largest global celebration of architecture – the World Architecture Festival, which is being held at the Centre Convencions International Barcelona (CCIB) this week.
Interior View (Images Courtesy Juan Correa)
- Architect:Romera y Ruiz Arquitectos
- Name of Project: Puzzle Piece
- Location: Canary Islands, Spain
- WAF Entry: 2011
- Award: World Architecture Festival 2011 – Category Winner
- Photography: Juan Correa