Posts Tagged ‘Spain’
Saturday, June 18th, 2016
Article source: EO arquitectura
The project presents the renovation of an apartment located in a building on the ‘Eixample’ neighbourhood, Barcelona.
Originally, the apartment presented a decayed and dark image due to the excessive subdivided rooms. The patio is very narrow and it scarcely receives light. Except for the two rooms next to the main facade, the apartment was barely illuminated by natural light.
Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula
- Architects: EO arquitectura
- Project: Renovation of Alan’s apartment
- Location: Comte Borrell, Barcelona, Spain
- Photographer: Adrià Goula
- Client: Alan
- Collaborator: Clara Ocaña
- Builder: Forneas Guida
- Surface: 65 m2
- Project: March 2015-Octobre 2015
Friday, June 17th, 2016
Article source: Ramón Esteve Estudio
The house in La Cañada is placed on a residential area very close to Valencia. Its plot is surrounded by existing vegetation and opened to its immediate surroundings. A large number of pine trees and palm trees forms the background of the house.
The origin of the project is the need of self-enclosed house, protected from the exterior but also fluid and opened to the depth of the garden.
Image Courtesy © Ramón Esteve Estudio
- Architects: Ramón Esteve Estudio
- Project: House in la Cañada
- Location: Paterna, Valencia, Spain
- Project Team: Anna Boscà, Estefanía Pérez, María Parra
- Staff: Tudi Soriano
- Building Engineer: Emilio Pérez
- Area: 1053 m2
- Year: 2016
Friday, June 17th, 2016
Article source: Daniele Claudio Taddei Architect
In the historic quarter of Calatrava in the centre of Palma old town buildings are full of history, but time and weather are also talking great toll, very often the palaces are in need of renovation.
And it is in this context that the top two floors of an historic building originating from the 17th century could be joined together with all the roofs creating terraces on 3 levels, taking advantage of the spectacular view of roof landscapes, the cathedral, several churches and the sea, and at the same time enjoying the very quiet green inner court, typical element of the palaces in the medieval city centre.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Helbling
- Architects: Daniele Claudio Taddei Architect (Daniele Claudio Taddei with Daniel Milnor, Stefan Luttecke)
- Project: Finca Feeling in Palma Palace
- Location: Calle del Sol 07001 Palma, Balearic Islands
- Photography: Bruno Helbling, Zurich
- Client: DADAST SA
- Collaboration: Oliver Rogers
- Area: 138 sqm
- Project Year: 2014
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source:Francisco Mangado
Gorraiz, on the outskirts of Pamplona, is a recently developed upscale residential area whose architectures draw inspiration mainly from those of the past. Rare here are the houses with an autonomous and contemporary design. The only peculiarity of the plot where this house rises is its elevated position, affording views onto the golf courses of the lower part of the housing development. The design scheme starts from an abstract interpretation of the urban codes, by which at least 60% of the roof must have at least a 35% slope. Understood in strictly geometric and abstract terms, the codes define a section where exactly 60% of its linear progress must have a 35% slope, the remaining 40% of the roof being almost flat. With this initial section, the project attempts to make the most of the features of the resulting volume. The higher level contains the living areas, whereas the bedrooms and indoor swimming pool are beneath the flat part of the roof. A series of incisions articulate the different areas of the house and bring natural light into those that are farther apart from the perimeter, the largest of which is a courtyard that goes all the way down to the basement.
Image Courtesy © Francisco Mangado
- Architects: Francisco Mangado
- Project: MIKAELA HOUSE
- Location: Gorraiz, Navarra, Spain
- Architecture: Carlos Pereda
- Structural engineering: Jesús Goñi
- Installations engineering: Iturralde y Sagües. Ingenieros
- Total budget: 550.000 €
- Surface Area : 950 m2
- Year of project: 1997
- Year of construction: feb 1999 – Oct 2002
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: Mariano Molina and Sergio Carrillo
The project is located at a small village in the North area of the municipality of Lorca (Murcia), inhabited by some 150 people, and belongs to a plan developed by the city council to promote the permanence of young people at their hometowns. Designing a project with this purpose made us think, in the first place, about the idea of belonging to a roughly defined group- in this particular case the young people from Las Terreras- but expressing, in the second place, the individuality of each of its members.
Image Courtesy © Mariano Molina and Sergio Carrillo
- Architects: Mariano Molina and Sergio Carrillo
- Project: 9 Subsidized Row Houses
- Location: Calle Victoria, s/n. Las Terreras. Lorca – Murcia, Spain
- Software used: Dibac as CAD software, CYPE
- Client: Suelo Y Vivienda De Lorca, S.A.
- Quantity surveying: Encarni Martínez García
- Construction supervisors: Encarni Martínez García y Juan Carlos Pérez Laserna
- Housing: Obras y Servicios Técnicos de Levante, S.A.
- Urbanization: Silvestre Úbeda Ruiz
- Built area:
- Housing: 1090,91 m2
- Urbanization: 1422,61 m2
- Housing: 878350,80 euros
- Urbanization: 350000 euros
- Project year:
- Housing: 2004-2006
- Urbanization: 2006
- Completion date:
- Housing: July 2008
- Urbanization: May 2009
Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
Article source: FFWD
The existing interior space was an archetype of a Barcelona’s Eixample flat. Space configuration – based on small rooms concatenation – and its characteristic constructive elements – such as the hydraulic flooring, high ceilings with moldings, old wooden windows and doors, a free height of 350cm, or some singular elements like a wall fireplace – remained intact.
Image Courtesy © FFWD
- Architects: FFWD
- Project: Habitatge SF18
- Location: Plaça Sagrada Família, Barcelona, Spain
- Project: August to December’12
- Built: January to May’13
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Article source: ARQUITECTURIA
The Museum of Energy is located at the surroundings of Ascó, next to the river Ebro. The museum swings between public and private, between the river and the topography and between the urban grid and landscape. Because of this, one of the aims of the project was to reconfigure the site understanding its BOUNDARY condition.
Image Courtesy © ARQUITECTURIA
- Architects: ARQUITECTURIA (Josep Camps & Olga Felip)
- Project: MUSEUM OF ENERGY
- Location: Ascó, Catalonia, Spain
- Client: ANACNV
- Design participation: M. Agudo
- Structural engineer: GMKgrup
- Constructional engineer: PROINTEC
- Stories: B,FL-2
- Structure: Steel
- Site area: 2.478,05 m2
- Bldg area: 1.365,75 m2
- Total floor area: 1.365,75 m2
- Landscape area: 1.399,55 m2
- Finish: 2011
Saturday, June 11th, 2016
Article source: White Houses Costa Dorada SL
The wonderful light of the Mediterranean enters into this house through its large windows establishing a continuous source of dialogue with the outside.
The elementary colors and noble materials join hands in this project in an inspiring atmosphere.
Image Courtesy © EUGENI PONS
- Architects: White Houses Costa Dorada SL
- Project: Villas On The Spanish Costa
- Location: Tarragona, Spain
- Photography: EUGENI PONS
- Software used: SKETCHUP PRO 2016
- Surface Areas:
- Total covered Surface areas: 321 m2
- Total terrace surface: 106 m2
- Total Surface area: 427 m2
- Total Plot surface: 400 m2
Saturday, June 11th, 2016
Article source: Manuel Ocaña Fast & Furious Production Office
One. It is a refurbishment work for an especially dear, single woman. The apartment is located where the sun sets in Madrid. The space is interior, configured by three bays of 17 m2.
Two. She is determined about what she wants. Authentic wood pavement, geometrical floors, a tatoo as Beyonce´s and gentrifying environment with all the clichés that it involves.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzman
Friday, June 10th, 2016
Article source: ZOOCO ESTUDIO
Perimetro is the title of the space created by the young team of architects ZOOCO. A real home in a space of 36 m2.
The project is an open space with a clear and concise geometry, which is transformed into a living space by the compression and the expansion of bands that run around the perimeter. These elements provide it with spatial tension, configurig the necessary circles to accommodate a house in its minimum expression. The scheme is very clear, “full” in the perimeter as a server space and “empty” in the center, as an habitable space. Each wall has a goal and a function by creating one central stay where life carries out. The surface of each wall show outgoing and incoming stays getting the different scenes of daily use. In a panoramic 360 ° from left to right we found: rest area, formed by a wall that connects the sleeping area and the rest area; the bathroom, with a wall of an urban environment; the kitchen and the dining area, where you will find everything you need to use; and finally, a green area with aromatic herbs that allows to disconnect from everyday life and enjoy of an exceptional area.
Image Courtesy © Orlando Gutierrez
- Architects: ZOOCO ESTUDIO
- Project: PERÍMETRO
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Orlando Gutierrez
- Creative Director: Zooco Estudio
- Art Director: Zooco Estudio
- Designer(s): Miguel Crespo Picot, Sixto Martín Martínez, Javier Guzmán Benito.
- Completed Year: 2012