Posts Tagged ‘Spain’
Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
Article source: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
The auditorium’s duality arises from the contradiction of its site. On the edge of town, the auditorium faces two realities: the beauty of the coastal landscape and the harsh and fragmented urban context.
Image Courtesy © Simon Menges
- Architects: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
- Project: CONCERT HALL
- Location: Paseo de las Delicias, 30880 Águilas, Spain
- Photography: Julien Lanoo, Simon Menges
- Authors: Fabrizio Barozzi , Alberto Veiga
- Project leaders: Alberto Veiga, Agnieszka Samsel
- Project team: Paulo Lopes, Tanja Oppowa, Antonio Pinto, Antonis Vourexakis, Luca Colomban, Brendan Lynch
- Structural engineers: BOMA S.L. (more…)
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015
Article source: Arnau estudi d’arquitectura
This low-cost projectof anuncertain time frame and lots of good will starts as a pretext to redesign for the new use an empty commercial property, situated next to a restaurant of the same owner. The commission set out for us is to adapt a part of this property to be used as a terrace of the restaurant. The condition is that neither the pavement, nor the false ceiling (installed some months before) can be removed, in order not to compromise the unforeseeable future of the property.
Image Courtesy © arnau estudi d’arquitectura
Friday, June 19th, 2015
Article source: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
The project consisted in the refurbishment of the Portocobo hotel located in the town of Santa Cruz de Oleiros (A Coruña). The existing building had an open plan layout sharing the site with two surface parking lots, a large terrace that could be covered, green areas and an outdoor pool with a sun deck. The back of the site had views of the sea. The interior remodel was aimed at better accommodating the existing functions as well as some new ones. The most important objective was to achieve full transparency on the ground floor, since in its original state the reception area blocked views of the sea. To this end, the ground floor was redesigned allowing the enjoyment of the views from the moment one enters the building. The remodel served to organize the interior layout: The rooms were reconfigured and adapted to new regulations. New areas dedicated to businesses such as private dinning rooms, classrooms and meet- ing rooms were created. The restaurant and bar were improved and the kitchen, storage areas and freezer were upgraded. Also, a removable canopy was designed to create a new banquet area for 500 guests. Finally, a spa specializing in thalassotherapy was located on the basement. It includes salt-water pools and spas, massage rooms, saunas, steam rooms and specialized massage rooms.
Image Courtesy © Jordi Pereda
- Architects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos (Lucas Díaz Sierra and Gustavo Díaz García)
- Project: Reform and expansion of the Portocobo Hotel
- Location: Santa Cruz. A Coruña, Spain
- Photography: Jordi Pereda
- Area: 5.950 m²
Wednesday, June 17th, 2015
Article source: arnau estudi d’arquitectura
Building a dream is not easy, but that was the commission. Yes, as usual, but that time it was like never before.
We had to renovate an old building in order to create a space entirely devoted to chocolate. That was the sweet dream of Jordi, the chocolate maker. We had to do it withemotion, with metaphors, with a sense of humour… We had to be at the level of Easter cakes and chickens!
Image Courtesy © Marc Torra_fragments.cat
- Architects: arnau estudi d’arquitectura
- Project: FERRER XOCOLATA
- Location: Plaça Móra, 5 – 17800Olot, Girona, Spain
- Photography: Marc Torra_fragments.cat
- Client: Pastisseria Ferrer
- Construction Engineer: Josep Maria Codinach
- Construction beginning and ending: 03/2014 – 04/2015
Friday, June 5th, 2015
Article source: Cadaval & Solà-Morales
The Sunflower house sits on a privileged condition of limit; in the border within the water of the Mediterranean sea and the hard rock of the Costa Brava, between the wild nature of Cabo de Creus and the urban settlement of El Port de la Selva, a small fisherman village in the border of France and Spain. A place where the Pyrenees get into the water, generating an exceptional wildlife richness, both in the coast and in the water. The house wants to identify each of the particularities of this magnificent landscape; with its geometry, the house frames a multiplicity of different and specific views, and builds up content spaces that inhabit great big framed views.
Image Courtesy © Sandra Pereznieto
- Architects: Cadaval & Solà-Morales
- Project: Sunflower House
- Location: Port de la Selva, Girona, Spain
- Photography: Sandra Pereznieto
- Collaborators: Moisés Gamus, Joanna Pierchala, Efstathios Kanios.
- Building Engineering: Joaquin Peláez.
- Structural Engineering: Manel Fernández, BERNUZ-FERNANDEZ,
- Project: Eduardo Cadaval & Clara Solà-Morales.
- Construction Company: Joaquin Gonzalez Obras y Construcciones.
- Área: 250sqm.
- Project Date : 2012. Construction 2014
Friday, June 5th, 2015
Article source: Estudio Carme Pinós
The plot presents two problems: being exposed to the view of the houses around it and the noise of the train. The project could be understood as the answer to both facts.
Image Courtesy © Duccio Malagamba
- Architects: Estudio Carme Pinós
- Project: PRIMARY SCHOOL
- Location: Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Duccio Malagamba, COPCISA
- Client: Generalitat de Catalunya
- Principal Architect: Carme Pinós Desplat
- Collaborators: Juan Antonio Andreu, Samuel Arriola, Matteo Caravatti, David Sebastián, Agustín Pérez Torres
- Structural Engineer: Robert Brufau
- Built: 3.496m2
- Site: 4.288 m2
- Competition: 2003. 1st Prize.
- Basic Design Project: 2003
- Detail Design Project: 2004
- Start of Construction: 2005
- End of Construction: 2006
- Budget Final Cost: 4.121.623€
Thursday, June 4th, 2015
Article source: Valor-Llimós SLP
The Regional Public Record Office is located at the boundary between a low density residential neighborhood and an industrial district, and it aims to be a social and cultural generator of the neighborhood.
Image Courtesy © Lluís Sans
- Architects: Valor-Llimós SLP
- Project: Arxiu Pla d’Urgell
- Location: Mollerussa, Lleida Spain
- Photography: Lluís Sans
- Team: Jaume Valor, with Marc Obradó and Elisabeth Sadurní
- Collaborators: Laura Llimós, Marta Coedo, Bis Arquitectes, RC Enginyers
- Client: Departament de Cultura. Generalitat de Catalunya
- Gross area: 1.200 m2
- Project: 2006
- Building: 2009
Saturday, May 30th, 2015
Article source: Egue y Seta
Removing unnecessary partitions, annexing circulation spaces to premises with a practical function and pursuing a direct visual connection with the exterior, are altogether strategies commonly employed when achieving a feeling of spaciousness is required within confined spaces. This formal discourse, that seems to be commonplace ever since the “lofts” became overly popular, does not exhaust its potential benefits when applied within the context of larger homes. Proof to this is the latest comprehensive renovation project tackled by Spanish interior design studio Egue y Seta, on a house of 300m2 in the town of Benicassim on the coast of the sunny province of Valencia.
Image Courtesy © VICUGO FOTO
- Architects: Egue y Seta, Daniel Pérez + Felipe Araujo
- Project: House in Benicassim
- Location: C/ Gran Avenida de Benicassim. Valencia, Spain
- Photography: VICUGO FOTO
- Client: Private
- Area: 372,72 m2
- Completed date: 2014
Friday, May 29th, 2015
Article source: Javier Marín Architect
The project proposes a small Hall of Nature located in the Great Park Zaragoza , Spain where exposure mode expose the characteristics of the flora and fauna of that Park.
The project he developed on one floor with an exhibition area and a conference room and multimedia.
Image Courtesy © Javier Marín Architect
Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
Article source: Javier Marin Architect
The building is a small Business Centre with a ground floor where a space for community work has a more individualized offices raised floor and a basement room for various activities such as conferences, exhibitions, etc. ..vented through an outside space.
Image Courtesy © Javier Marin Architect