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Glass House in Granada, Spain by OFIS arhitekti

Friday, April 27th, 2018

Article source: OFIS arhitekti 

Initiated by Guardian Glass the glass house designed by OFIS arhitekti in collaboration with AKT ll structural engineers and Transsolar climate engineering creates comfortable living space with low energy consumption in the desert.

Photo @ José Navarrete Jiménez

  • Architects: OFIS arhitekti
  • Project: Glass House
  • Location: Granada, Spain
  • Photography: JOSE NAVARRETE, Gonzalo Botet
  • Client: Guardian Glass
  • Project Team: Rok Oman, Spela Videcnik, Andrej Gregoric, Janez Martincic, José Navarrete Jiménez, Lucas Blasco Sendón, Jakub Chaloupek, Agnieszka Sukienniczak
  • General Contractor: Permiz
  • Electrical Engineering: Energovat
  • Local Contractor: SHN Constructora
  • Area: 20 m2
  • Date: 2018



Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018


ABAL House-Study aims to establish a relationship between home and work, where all spaces are useful, comple-ment each other, form a whole, and at the same time have their own identity.



Echoes of an industrial past in Granada, Spain by Serrano + Baquero Architects

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Article source: Serrano + Baquero Architects

The project is located in the Nervion neighborhood in Seville, which as shown in various old pictures and plans of past periods, has always had a strong industrial character.

It was the supply area of the city for many years, with many parcels on which wheat was cultivated. In 1830, part of the building object of the intervention, had already been built as an industrial building for the storage of farm tools, and then used as a warehouse for tractors.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Serrano + Baquero Architects (Juan Serrano Garcia & Paloma Baquero Masats)
  • Project: Echoes of an industrial past
  • Location: Puentezuelas 22 Bis. Granada, Spain.
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Project collaborators: Adriana Rodriguez Gonzalez, Jose Ignacio Nicolás Cantón
  • Client: Raccoon Games
  • Construction costs: 70.000 euro
  • Total area in square meters: 412 sqm
  • Completion date: June 2015


Office Building Of The National Institute Of Social Security in Granada, Spain by Mizien Arquitectura

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Article source: Mizien Arquitectura


The new office building of the National Institute of Social Security (INSS – Instituto Nacional de la Seguridad Social) is situated in an area of urban development in northern Granada, where a great deal of construction activity is still taking place. With its angular shape, it almost completely covers the triangular plot. The representative new building, which is oriented towards the three surrounding streets, notably contributes towards shaping the newly created cityscape.

Image Courtesy © Schüco

  • Architects: Mizien Arquitectura
  • Project: Office Building Of The National Institute Of Social Security
  • Location: Granada, Spain
  • Photography: Schüco (exteriors), Jesús Granada (interiors)
  • Client: INSS (Instituto Nacional de la Seguridad Social, Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social, Gobierno de España)
  • General contractor: UTE Teginser Granadal
  • Budget: 10.300.000 €
  • Area: 6.000 m2


Ulma Drainage Channels in Granada School Of Architecture in Spain by ULMA Architectural Solutions

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

Article source: ULMA Architectural Solutions 

ULMA Architectural Solutions has supplied drainage channels to the Higher Technical School of Architecture in Granada. The new school was previously the Military Hospital, located in the Realejo district close to the Alhambra. The architect was Victor López Cotelo, and the work was selected for the FAD Architecture Awards 2016.

Image Courtesy © ULMA Architectural Solutions

  • Architects: ULMA Architectural Solutions
  • Project: Ulma Drainage Channels in Granada School Of Architecture
  • Location: Granada, Spain
  • Products used: U200K with FNX200KCCM grille and U150K with FNX150KCCM grille


Physical Therapy Clinic in Granada, Spain by CUAC Arquitectura

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Article source: CUAC Arquitectura 

Stretchers, hoola-hoops, wedges, rollers, bosus, Pilates balls of various sizes… It would be a shame to hide all the tools that allow for physiotherapy exercises to occur in a clinic that lacks technological machinery. If there is something that characterizes the commercial shop that previously stood on this site, is its exterior display, through the means of a façade opening. Continuing through it, in a passive way, its old exhibitionist framework and purpose.

Image Courtesy © Adrián Nieto Maesso

Image Courtesy © Adrián Nieto Maesso

  • Architects: CUAC Arquitectura (Javier Castellano Pulido & Tomas García Píriz)
  • Project: Physical Therapy Clinic
  • Location: Sol street intersection with Pintor López Mezquita Street, 12. Ground Floor, 18002, Granada, Spain
  • Photography: Adrián Nieto Maesso
  • Technical architect: Pedro Salinas Aivar
  • Collaborators: Álvaro Castellano Pulido (architect), Vania Citraro (student), Frederico da Silveira (student), Giulia Barilli (student)
  • Owner/developer: Carmen Mª Rojas Martínez
  • Builder/Contractor: Miguel Segura
  • Air Conditioning and Ventilation installation: Francisco Galán
  • PEM: 37.000 €
  • Surface /floorspace: 80 m2
  • Start date of work: June 2015
  • End Date: January 2016


Pierced Box, Cerrillo De Maracena School in Granada, Spain by Elisavalero Arquitectura

Friday, November 11th, 2016

Article source: Elisavalero Arquitectura 

Cerrillo de Maracenas School is a 50-year-old parish school situated in a low-income outlying area of Granada, with nearly 250 students under 12.

The building was in need of a new flexible multipurpose space, and a second stairway for security reasons. Valero built a new space, linking with the existing building, to become the new west façade.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Elisavalero Arquitectura (Elisa Valero Ramos)
  • Project: Pierced Box, Cerrillo De Maracena School
  • Location: 135th Maracena Avenue, Granada, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Client: Patronato San Juan de Ávila
  • Constructor: El Partal S.A.U.
  • Building surveyor: Isabel Álvarez
  • Collaborator: Leonardo Tapiz, architect
  • Cost: 81.750 €
  • Operated surface: 139,65 m2
  • Work: October 2014


The House on the Cliff in Granada, Spain by GilBartolomé Architects

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

Article source: GilBartolomé Architects

This house is a private commission made by a young couple who chose a difficult plot on a hill with an inclination of 42 degrees, in front of the Mediterranean Sea with breathtaking views. The task has been to integrate the house within the magnificent landscape that surrounds it and to direct the livable spaces towards the sea. It has also been about working with an extremely tight budget, a complex site and ambitious ideas both from the client and the architect.

Image Courtesy © Jesus Granada

Image Courtesy © Jesus Granada

  • Architects: GilBartolomé Architects (Pablo Gil and Jaime Bartolomé architects)
  • Project: The House on the Cliff
  • Location: Granada, Spain
  • Photography: Jesus Granada
  • Collaborators: Alfonso Peralta, Fabián Andrés Lizarazo, Blanca Perez
  • On Site Architects: Pablo Gil and Jaime Bartolomé
  • Quantity Surveyor: Juan Diego Guarderas
  • Project Manager: Beatriz Moreno, Grupo S.C.O
  • Main Contractor: José Manuel Jiménez, Hispánica de Morteros
  • Structures: Juan Rey, Mecanismo S.L.  /  Manuel Rojas, Elesdopa S.L
  • Soil Works: Jose Santos, SITE
  • Roof deck: Zacarías Timón,  Cerrajería Salinero S.L.
  • Interior Design and furniture design: Pablo Gil and Jaime Bartolomé, GilBartolome Architects
  • Carpentry and furniture fabrication: Jorge Alcalde,  S’Decor
  • Zinc Supplier: ElZinc, Asturiana de Laminados S.A
  • Fabrication of special features: Francisco Lajo



Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Article source: CUAC ARQUITECURA 

Gabba Gabba Hey !! With this “war cry” one of the most famous bands of rock n ‘roll history, The Ramones, would start almost all their concerts This slogan, rescued from the cult movie Freaks 1928, was fixed to a huge banner to reclaim the pride of the marginal. The whole band starred the musical Rock and Roll High School (1979), centered in the crazy disintegration of an american high school where the students would take the total control of  institution turning the Ramones in their new improvised teachers.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: CUAC arquitectura (Tomas García Píriz y Javier Castellano Pulido)
  • Project: GABBA HEY
  • Location: Martín Ferrer, 12. Granada, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda and Antonio Cayuelas 
  • Colaborators: Yu Bruno Masuda Rodriguez
  • Graphic Design: 2041 – Fernando Alvarez de Cienfuegos
  • Promoter: Children Struggling S.L.
  • Builder: DBA S.L.
  • Budget: 37.000 euros
  • Surface: 146m2
  • Start: August 2014
  • End: January 2015



Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

Article source: CUAC ARQUITECURA

Saint Jerome 17 is a workspace, an office that brings together concepts and materials displaced within a local situated in the historic center of Granada. Marked by the presence of a strong structure made of brick walls 60 cm. wide and wooden floors from the late nineteenth century, this place is a palimpsest of successive interventions to wich we adhere us with recycled elements: a series of shuttering wood pieces is used for the creation of a channeling-cabinet infrastructure for network cabling and storage of books or models; six wooden doors, some metal shutters and pieces of glass saved from its demolition with several metal profiles from the refurbishment of a house in Granada are assembled for the formation of new holes. Even the plasterboard fragments left without starting by the previous tenant are connected and transformed into a new infrastructure for electricity and lighting. A 4×1 meters high door taken from our old studio is finally transferred as a cornerstone. Saint Jerome 17 is a project born of opportunity, made of what we find in the place, with the movement of materials from previous works or even with the discovery of unexpected historic contiguities. It is possible to make visible this dynamic, as well as reveal their different strata, mapping and modeling each brick, her wounds, dignifying its heritage presence as part of a continuous history of overlapping elements that we incorporate both minimizing energy invested as our presence.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: CUAC ARQUITECURA
  • Project: SAN JERÓNIMO 17
  • Location: Calle San Jerónimo, 17. Granada, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Colaborators: Álvaro Castellano Pulido (arquitect), Fernando Álvarez de Cienfuegos (Graphic Designer), Marta dell´Ovo (Student), Helena Doss (Student), Alessandro Remelli (Student), María Encarnación Sánchez Mingorance (Student)
  • Constructor: Jorge Calvo (Lauxa Carpinteros), Leonardo Cena (Metalistería), Grupo Innovahogar del Sur, S.L. (Vidrio), Miguel Segura S.L. (albañilería y trasdosado)
  • Cost: 21.000 Euros
  • Surface: 146 m2
  • End Date: December 2015


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