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Royal Collections Museum in Madrid, Spain by Emilio Tuñón Architects, Mansilla+Tuñón Architects

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Article source: Emilio Tuñón Architects

We try to produce a building that is invisible from La Almudena Square by occupying a buried space that is yet to exist. The Royal Collection Museum contains the plinth of the Royal Palace, constructing a linear space that follows the lines of the Palace itself. A simple, compact building, a construction that is aware that maximum flexibility and potential is only possible within a strict order, which uses the materials of the Royal Palace and its dignified construction as a feature, with a modern layout, heavy yet light, opaque yet transparent.

Image Courtesy © Luis Asín


“Los Álamos de Fuentecisneros” Block of 59 houses in Madrid, Spain by Otto Medem Arquitectura S.L.

Sunday, February 19th, 2017

Article source: Otto Medem Arquitectura S.L.

As the architect, from the begining of the project, I set out the following main goals:

Make the most of the characteristics of the terrain and enhance them by choosing the perfect orientation.

Design a set of housing complex that escapes from the everyday conventionalism of collective housing, and that is able to transmit and generate feelings. I want people to be overcome with emotion as soon as they enter the complex and feel the  beauty and harmony that each home provides, without sacrificing functionality.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Font

  • Architects: Otto Medem Arquitectura S.L.
  • Project: “Los Álamos de Fuentecisneros” Block of 59 houses
  • Location: Avenida Alcalde Mostoles. Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Daniel Font
  • Architect Partner: Carlos Bernardez Agrafojo, Pedro Cortes Nieves,  Augustine Utrilla Sanchez
  • Surveyor: Andrew Garea Noguerol
  • Constructor: OPROLER Works and Projects
  • Project Year: 2011
  • End of Work: 2016


ENXEBRE in Madrid, Spain by ZOOCO Estudio

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Article source: ZOOCO Estudio

ENXEBRE is the new space that has been created after rehabilitating some adjoining units of the restaurant Atrapallada, in Madrid.

The task is to create a multipurpose space that can be divided to accommodate groups of diners of different sizes.

In order not to lose depth or create a fragmented space, two series of sliding doors are arranged as string lattices that limit space but allow visibility.

Image Courtesy © Imagen Subliminal

  • Architects: ZOOCO Estudio (Miguel Crespo Picot, Javier Guzmán Benito, Sixto Martín Martínez)
  • Project: ENXEBRE
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Imagen Subliminal
  • Software used:  Autocad and Rhinoceros
  • Collaborator: María Larriba Hombrados, Alejandro Cortizo
  • Interior design: ZOOCO Estudio
  • Project manager: ZOOCO Estudio
  • Lighting project: ZOOCO Estudio


90 Fabric Street: ink & Booze Cocktail in Madrid, Spain by Egue y Seta

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Article source: Egue y Seta

Let’s face it, at fairs you work, you do business, sales and contacts, but you also do your fair share of drinking. And while Madrid´s edition of Cprint! could hardly be targeted as the abstemious exception to that rule, if, on top of that, what you intend to “sell” is precisely the suitability of the media manufactured by Endutex for the interior decoration of dining facilities and retail spaces, would it not be just right to recycle the typical stand, generally an open and strictly corporate showroom, into a traditional but sophisticated Irish Pub acclimatized to the local warmth and colour, while season it all up with the look & feel of the materials, patterns and trends of the greatest actuality when it comes to interior design? In Egue and Seta, we thought it was well worth a shot, and once done, we toasted! If you want to “taste” the result, come in, raise your glass and say Cheers!

Image Courtesy © VICUGO FOTO

  • Architects: Egue y Seta (Daniel Pérez, Felipe Araujo, and Szymon Keller)
  • Project: 90 Fabric Street: ink & Booze Cocktail
  • Location: Pabellón de Cristal. Casa de Campo. Madrid, Spain
  • PhotographyVICUGO FOTO
  • Client: Endutex Ibérica S.L.
  • Graphic Production / printing: Publiserveis – Endutex
  • Stand Construction – Installation and Montage: Rainbow Visual & Event
  • Area: 100m2
  • Completion date: 2016


Estado Puro in Madrid, Spain by James & Mau

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Article source: Infiniski

Paco Roncero´s sensitivity towards the new Spanish cuisine was the starting point for James & Mau in their search of a concept that would reinterpret the typical Spanish image, uniting tradition with innovation while cleverly avoiding kitsch or fashion botox. The objective was to allow both Spanish and tourists to identify themselves to the Spanish culture in a modern, sophisticated and fun way.

Image Courtesy © Accreditation photographer Javier Peñas

Image Courtesy © Accreditation photographer Javier Peñas

  • Architects: James & Mau
  • Project: Estado Puro
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Accreditation photographer Javier Peñas
  • Designer: Jaime Gaztelu and Mauricio Galeano
  • Floor Area: 120m2
  • Design / Completion Date: June 2008


Duplex Santa Engracia in Madrid, Spain by James & Mau

Saturday, January 14th, 2017

Article source: Infiniski  

Putting together two small penthouses duplex gave us the opportunity to reorganize and treat the resulting space as a non-urban single family house.

This way it’s divided into a floor for night programme and another one for common day areas. These include an exterior prolongation in a terrace, treated as a garden to enhance the “single family house” sensation despite being in the city. Wood is used on floors, walls and ceilings as a natural material from rural houses.

Image Courtesy © Matías Pérez Illeras

Image Courtesy © Matías Pérez Illeras

  • Architects: James & Mau
  • Project: Duplex Santa Engracia
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Matías Pérez Illeras
  • Built meters: 150m2
  • Year: 2010


English for Fun Flagship in Madrid, Spain by Rica Studio

Friday, January 13th, 2017

Article source: Rica Studio

English for Fun, founded in Spain in 2011, uses a revolutionary method for children of any age or physical condition to learn English using their five senses. English for Fun is a place for all children to learn. This pedagogical approach is based in the idea that every child is special and unique.

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzman

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzman

  • Architects: Rica Studio, Lorena del Río e Iñaqui Carnicero
  • Project: English for Fun Flagship in Madrid
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Imagen Subliminal, Miguel de Guzman
  • Clients: English for fun
  • Contributors: Takuma Johnson, Monica Molinari, Paula Manzano
  • Contractor: Navas 3000. Javier Sastre
  • Budget: 180.000 euros


MERCADO DE GETAFE in Madrid, Spain by A-cero

Friday, January 6th, 2017

Article source: A-cero

A-cero presents one of his latest works. In this case, it is a public building which holds a cultural and leisure center for Getafe village, in the outskirts of Madrid.

The main idea of the project is to reconvert completely a deserted building from years, which in a moment was the municipal market. The plot where is located, it is in the center of the city in the main square where it is also the city council.  The status of the existing building was semiruins and the proposal of the city council was to give to the townspeople a multifunctional center focus above all in cultural events.

Image Courtesy © Rubén P. Bescós and Inés Mollá for RecordUs

Image Courtesy © Rubén P. Bescós and Inés Mollá for RecordUs

  • Architects: A-cero (Joaquín Torres & Rafael Llamazares architects)
  • Location: Getafe, Community of Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Rubén P. BescósInés Mollá for RecordUs
  • Construction: TCM Construction Workshop
  • Date of project: January 2,014
  • End date of work: October 2,015


House in Soto del Real, Spain by Alberich-Rodríguez Arquitectos

Friday, December 16th, 2016

Article source: Alberich-Rodríguez Arquitectos

The work was about projecting a familiar dwelling of a conventional programming, destined to a couple with two children, in a typical residential area of the Madrid mountain range, an environment without qualification.

In this sense we decided to give a recognizable piece to this disorganized, or better said heterogeneous, area of suburbia without any architectural interest.

As Moreno Galván wrote: “Buildings are created with a particular purpose. But architecture is made from a situation, an understanding of things, an image of the world.”

Image Courtesy © Ángel Álvarez

Image Courtesy © Ángel Álvarez


Headquarters Cualtis in Madrid, Spain by DENORTE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Thursday, December 1st, 2016


Denorte Prologue

A building raises all complexity from the idea above the look.

The lines, size or closeness to people that walk around.

It is impossible to notice the volume, magnitude and so seeing it like a symbol.

Image Courtesy © David Frutos

Image Courtesy © David Frutos


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