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A rammed earth house in Huesca, Spain by Edra arquitectura km0

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Article source: Edra arquitectura km0

This modern rammed earth house is located in Ayerbe, a little village in the Spanish Pyrenees. Rural migration in the region during middle 20th century led to the disappearance of traditional architecture techniques. This house attempts to awaken the interest of the community and the curiosity about this type of sustainable buildings that are strongly linked to the territory. The project has been inspired by old local earthen buildings regarding their orientation, morphology and the use of local materials.

Image Courtesy © Doblestudio (Xavier d’Arquer)

Image Courtesy © Doblestudio (Xavier d’Arquer)

  • Architects: Edra arquitectura km0
  • Project: A rammed earth house
  • Location: Ayerbe, Huesca, Spain
  • Photography: Doblestudio (Xavier d’Arquer)
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Clients: Alejandro Ascaso Sarasa, Angels Castellarnau Visus
  • Earthen company: Construcciones Salinero S.L, self-construction
  • Techniques: Rammed earth
  • Constructed area: 276 m2
  • Construction year: 2014


The House of the Beams in Huesca, Spain by CSLS Arquitectes

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: CSLS Arquitectes

An attic built in Huesca city in 1965 was the object of the study. The need of living and working simultaneously in the same space and solving the difficult relation between the different programmes is an exercice that connects perfectly with the nowadays social needs.

Image courtesy CSLS arquitectes 

  • Architects: CSLS Arquitectes
  • Project: The House of the Beams
  • Location: Huesca, Spain
  • Software used: AutoCAD to draw

Refurbishment of the West Tower in Huesca, Spain by ACXT

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Article source: ACXT

The project deals with the Refurbishment of the West Tower of the Huesca City Hall in order to turn it into City Archives.
Due to its position and volume, the Archives round off the set of buildings that make up the Huesca City Hall which gives the impression of being an unfinished construction, for the east and west walls are party walls and it seems as if in the past, they might have had an adjoining construction:

  • The west wall is a mud wall with rows of solid brick, with irregular openings, some of which are bricked up.
  • The east wall is blind except for an opening on the attic floor

Image Courtesy ACXT

  • Architects: ACXT
  • Project: Refurbishment of the West Tower
  • Location: Huesca, Spain


Building for the Underground Laboratory in Huesca, Spain by Basilio Tobias Architect

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Article source: Basilio Tobias Architect

The building is crossed by a transverse axis with two main entrances: one from the west at the level of Ayerbe’s walkway (through the second floor) and the other from the east (through the ground floor). From this axis, including the staircase and the lift, start, in the three upper floors, corridors parallel to the façade.

Image Courtesy Pedro Pegenaute

  • Architects: Basilio Tobias Architect
  • Project: Building for the Underground Laboratory
  • Location: Paseo de los Ayerbe s/n. 22880 Canfranc-Estación. Huesca, Spain
  • Collaborators: Daniel Fuertes, Susan Valdivia, Francisco Corbalán Ateco (structure), JG Ingenieros (installations)
  • Quantity surveyor: Gabriel López
  • Developer: Consorcio para el Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc
  • Builder: Sacyr
  • Project Date: December 2008
  • Work: December 2010
  • Budget: 2.189.467,33 €
  • Floor area: 2.115,46 m2
  • Photographer: Pedro Pegenaute
  • Software used: AutoCAD, arq+, Cinema 4D


Palace of Justice of Huesca in Spain

Sunday, January 8th, 2012

Article source: Sergio Sebastian Arquitecto

The building reflects a new image of justice justice strict but nearby, a rigid but close to the citizen, embodied in a building that clearly shows the nature of both concepts, the image of a strict, transparent element and emphatic and simple geometry that is justice, wrapped in its lower level by a public socket that receives people and is integrated into the urban landscape is folding and opening up to the city through a system courtyards and plazas.


  • Architects: Sergio Sebastián, Luis Faci, Alejandro Rincón
  • Project: Palace of Justice of Huesca
  • Location: Huesca, Spain
  • Agency: Directorate General of Administration of Justice
  • Assistant Development of project Executive: OLANO and Mendo S.L.
  • Surface: 11,200 M2


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