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Sympatique in Seville, Spain by PIEDRA PAPEL TIJERA Interiorismo

Sunday, May 6th, 2018

Article source: PIEDRA PAPEL TIJERA Interiorismo

Sympatique is a project born of a couple passionate about pashminas. In their search of new projects and adventures they decide to found this shop with original pashminas, with unique prints and exclusive fabrics.

Image Courtesy © Veronica Marín


Estepa Bus Station in Seville, Spain by Fernando Suárez Corchete

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Article source: Fernando Suárez Corchete

Estepa is a small town 110km east of Seville (Spain). It is in the centre of Andalusia and well connected to Seville or Malaga, by the A-92 highway or its branches.

The project began by carrying out an extensive analysis of the area which identifies the flow of traffic and its connections with the A-92 highway. The avenue where we are located in, a major road axis that still maintains the character of the old main street that was, connects with the highway in two important intersections on the west and on the northeast sides of the town.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Fernando Suárez Corchete (Lorenzo Muro Álvarez, María Pilar Casado Villa)
  • Project: Estepa Bus Station
  • Location: Avenida de Andalucía 177. 41560 Estepa (Seville – Spain)
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Technical Architects: Víctor Baztán Cascales, Antonio García González
  • Collaborators: Ana Boranieva
  • Client: Agencia de Obra Púbica de la Junta de Andalucía (Regional Government)
  • Construction: Trafisa – Construcción civil y medioambiental


House In The Market in Seville, Spain by sol89

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

Article source: sol89 

The project arises from an emergency situation: a town hall execution order requires new owners of this 19th century home to intervene on it immediately to repair the pathologies detected by the technical inspection carried out some years before. The urgency and the limited budget conditioned the mode of intervention: the owners decided to start the work themselves. They demolished partitions, removed suspended ceiling and claddings walls, to get to know what the house could hide. In the process in which they move blindly, where to erase is needed more than to draw and where the project goes and comes back, they go slowly discovering latent house that was hidden, veiled under the guise of partitions, mortars and plasters. Along the way, they decide to remove damaged parts, recover blind holes which existed in another time and to give up surface in exchange for volume. They also opt to retain those rediscovered elements that narrate the history of that place assuming that time also builds. During the two-year renovation process, the needs of its owners change.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: sol89 (María González and Juanjo López de la Cruz)
  • Project: House In The Market
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Construction: Autoconstrucción y Fdez
  • Surface of the intervention: 250 m²
  • Project: 2009-2012
  • Execution: 2009-2012


46 SOCIAL DWELLINGS FOR RENT AND STORES in Seville, Spain by gabriel verd arquitectos

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Article source: gabriel verd arquitectos

The project was built in an area of residential expansion in the outer suburb of Seville, in the south of Spain.

The small size of the plot and the high housing density that was required suggested a court-type solution. The patio played a key role as an area for social interaction and made it possible to achieve the objective of giving the 46 apartments (2 or 3 bedrooms) two prospects – on the inner courtyard and on the street.

Image Courtesy © Roland Halbe

Image Courtesy © Roland Halbe

  • Architects: gabriel verd arquitectos
  • Location: Avenida de las Civilizaciones, Mairena del Aljarafe, Seville, Spain
  • Photography: Roland Halbe
  • Project and construction manager: Gabriel Verd, Simone Solinas
  • Collaborators:

    • Structures: Santiago Bermejo
    • Technical Architect: Eduardo Vázquez López
    • Collaborators: Federico Farina, Ronit Shmaryahu
    • Modell: Julia Cartaxo Andrade e Silva
  • Promoter: SODEFESA (Sociedad para el Desarrollo Económico y Fomento del Empleo del Ayuntamiento de Mairena del Aljarafe)
  • Cost: 3.853.040 €
  • Built Surface : 6.738 m²
  • Chronology:

    • Competition: 2006
    • Project:  2008
    • Realisation: 2009-2011



Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

Article source: Sol89

The intervention interprets the building where is inserted, an old convent, as a context in constant transformation over time.

The project arises from a reflection around the creation process in contemporary art, its unpredictable condition and the current dissolution of limits between the space of production and exhibition. We can recognize that much of contemporary art expression understands the architectural space as a matter of work (we remember Shibboleth by Doris Salcedo breaking the floor of the Tate Modern in London in 2007, High Plane V by Katterin Sigurdardottir occupying the false ceiling of the PS1 in New York or Esto no es un graffiti where artists demolished some facings of walls in the same place of our project). We think the contemporary exhibition space shouldn’t be projected like a static room in time but like a never ending space in ellipsis, waiting for each exhibition come for completing it.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Sol89: María González y Juanjo López de la Cruz 
  • Project: Contemporary Art Space in the Old Convent of Madre de Dios
  • Location: Old convent of Madre de Dios, Seville, Spain
  • Photography:Fernando Alda
  • Client: Centro de Iniciativas Culturales de la Universidad de Sevilla
  • Collaborator: George Smudge  and Andrés Pino
  • Installationsengineers: Alejandro Cabanas
  • Built up area: 830 m²
  • Completion date: Firstphase- January 2014
  • Award: Project Nominated to the Mies van der Rohe Award 2015



Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Article source: Cayuela Marqués Architects

The project is a supporting building for expanding sports facilities located in Island of Cartuja. The new facility, designed to accommodate new changing rooms, gym, cafeteria, restaurant and social club, aims to organize and characterize the whole complex, as a hinge element between the different programs of the complex. The result is an elongated prism from which a body emerges pointing to the Olympic Stadium and rugby fields, generating an enclosed garden that provides orientation. This space, that the cafeteria and the gym overlook on the ground floor, is destined to become a social scene, a meeting point for athletes and visitors.

Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada

Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada

  • Architects: Cayuela Marqués Architects
  • Location: Isla de la Cartuja, Seville
  • Photography: Jesús Granada
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Cypecad
  • Client: Consejería de Turismo, Comercio y Deporte. Junta de Andalucía
  • Area: 2.830 sqm
  • Year: April 2011
  • Architects in charge: María Cayuela, Paco Marqués
  • Collaborators: Lucas García Vacas
  • Structure: Alejandro Cabanas Rodríguez
  • Quantity Surveyor: Roberto Alés Méndez


Municipal Indoor Pool in Constantina (Seville, Spain) by FERNANDO SUAREZ CORCHETE

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015


Our building is located in a plot at the entrance of the town, bordering the landscape of the mountains in the north of the province of Seville and a great visual presence from all areas due to the elevated streets that climb the hill in the southwest area. In this terrain, with a topographic ascension to the north, were gardens with plenty of plants and trees. The proposed organization meets these topographic conditions, the characteristic landscape of the surrounding mountains, the need to maintain the image of the gardens, and the best east-west orientation to the longitudinal axis of the main pool.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Project: Municipal Indoor Pool in Constantina (Seville, Spain)
  • Location: Avenida de Andalucía, 41450 Constantina, Sevilla, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Architects Team: Fernando Suárez Corchete, Lorenzo Muro Álvarez
  • Technical Architects: Víctor Baztán Cascales, Antonio García González, Pilar Correa Sánchez
  • Collaborators: María Pilar Casado Villa, Marica Vazzana
  • Consultants: José María Mateos Eguía (MEP), Ricardo Díaz Garrido (Structural engineering) 
  • Client: Secretaría General para el Deporte, Junta de Andalucía (Regional Government)
  • Construction: ETOSA Obras y Servicios Building, S.L.U.
  • End of construction: 2014
  • Construction budget: 1.593.740,94 euros (Cost per m2: 727,40 euros/m2)
  • Project Area: 2.191,01 m2


Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port in Seville, Spain by ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Article source: ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4

The Port of Seville needed a new Cruise Ship Terminal with a flexible character, multipurpose, extendable, easily removable and even movable. This would permit to accomodate the unpredictable number of passengers in the port and it would not limit the possibilities of the urban-port valuable space of the Muelle de las Delicias. Re-using shipping containers was proposed. On the other hand, the place, near the historic centre, was claiming an object of architectural quality to dialogue with its urban environment.

Image Courtesy ©  Jesús Granada.

Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada.

  • Architects: ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4
  • Project: Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Photography: Jesús Granada.
  • Design Team: Juan Manuel Rojas Fernández, 
Jesús Díaz Gómez
, José Luis Sainz-Pardo Prieto-Castro, Ramón de los Santos Cuevas Rebollo, Jorge Ferral Sevilla, Laura Domínguez Hernández, Francisco Javier Carmona Stamatis Zografos
, Cristiano Rossi, Angelene Clarke
  • Structural engineering: Same as architects
  • Construction supervision: Same as architects
  • Quantity Surveyor: Manuel J. Cansino Conejero
  • Client: Seville Port Authority
  • Built area: 508 m2 (gross)
  • Cost: 225.210 € 443 €/m2
  • Design phase (beginning and ending month, year): January 2013- March 2013
  • Construction phase (beginning and ending month, year): March 2013 – April 2013 (45 days: 30 days in the industry and 15 days on-site)


ALAMILLO HEALTH CENTER in Seville, Spain by Fernando Suarez Corchete & Javier Terrados Cepeda

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Article source: Fernando Suarez Corchete

On the outskirts of Seville abound open residential blocks. These are called polygons, where H-blocks and interstitial spaces without identity proliferate. In the 60s and 70s, with the pressing need for housing for the new population coming in from the countryside, the creation of recognizable urban spaces between the blocks was not on the agenda of the designers. The blocks were repeated indifferently, sometimes parallel, sometimes terraced, sometimes diagonal, neglecting the intermediate void.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Alda

  • Architects: Fernando Suarez Corchete, Javier Terrados Cepeda & Lorenzo Muro Álvarez.
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Photography: Fernando Alda
  • Technical Architect: Víctor Baztán Cascales
  • Collaborators: José Miguel Tineo Sánchez, Juan Pérez Parras
  • Facilities: Pryesa Ingenieros S.L.
  • Client: Servicio Andaluz de Salud. Consejería de Salud. Junta de Andalucía
  • Construction: Ferrovial Agroman S.A.
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Construction Budget: 4.109.667,99 euros
  • Cost Per M2: 1.137,86 euros/m2
  • Project Area: 3611.75 m2

Infant and Primary Educational Centre “Ángeles Martín Mateo” in SEVILLE, SPAIN by gabriel verd arquitectos

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

Article source: gabriel verd arquitectos

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.

Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada

  • Architects: gabriel verd arquitectos with Simone Salinas
  • Project: Infant and Primary Educational Centre “Ángeles Martín Mateo”
  • Location: SEVILLE, SPAIN
  • Photography: Jesús Granada, Gabriel verd


  • 2008: competition
  • 2008: project
  • 2010: realisation
  • Promoter: ISE Andalucía, Infraestructuras y Servicios Educativos, Consejería de Educación dela Juntade Andalucía
  • Builder: Díaz Cubero
  • Built surface: 1.970 m²
  • Cost: 2.061.422 Euros
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