There is something in every project that comes from visiting the site and listening to clients. And there is also an interesting part at the beginning of every project that comes from the everyday training.
While the first is a very attractive translation job, the second has to do with the positive part of experience.
The building is located into a new urban fabric of the city of Teruel and houses the construction of 44 Social Housing, 44 store rooms, 65 parking spaces and commercial premises.
The internal organization of the different spaces responds to the relationship of the building with the environment in different orientations, closing north and opening to the environment in south orientations.
In no Man’s Land, in an aggressive environment surrounded by heavy traffic, heavy industry, along a poor neighborhood on an old slag lies the plot of the school. There is a gap of almost four meters that will be used to protect the building from the noise of the highway A-92, providing adequate protection in addition to parents and students during the hours of entry and exit to the centre, keeping a safe distance from the busy roads surrounding the site.
El Valle Trenzado aims to recover the pedestrian’s traffic footprint. Since the channeling works that were made in the 70s definitely skewed Elche’s Canyon continuity. For years the citizens of the city went through this place hardly enjoying it.
This landform (which reaches 40 meters deep) gives the city a chance to travel in a few minutes to an area of high environmental quality.
The project of renovation of the CAF (Colegio de Administradores de Fincas), the Association of Licensed Property Administrators in Malaga, results from a purely collaborative work, where ideas from three independent professional studios merge in accordance with the CAF board of directors as agent involved in expressing the inherent needs and managing the consequent solutions.
Article source: Javier Terrados Architecture Studio
The always uncertain destiny of Andalusian industry has provided the old Hytasa company installations at Arahal with an honorable continuity in time. This large industrial enclave, triangle-shaped and next to the railway station, will be transformed into a civic citadel that will hold several cultural and sport facilities.
The new headquarters of the Catalan Institute of Economists of Barcelona occupies a narrow site with380 m²(1,247 ft²) of surface area and32 meters(105 ft.) of street frontage at the far end of the Plaza Gal·laPlacídiaadjacent to Via Augusta. Once the urban reformation of the plaza is completed, the site will overlook a pedestrian space of 145 x45 meterswith trees, and will be bordered by the formerly mentioned street.
Before this project the Indautxu Square was a deprived space that the residents avoided, split by a vehicular road. It was necessary to replace vehicles with pedestrians as the centre of the proposal, so two of the three roads that crossed the square were removed, leaving the other only for public transport.