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Three Courtyards House / Miguel Marcelino

  • Architects: Miguel Marcelino
  • Location: Benavente, Portugal
  • Architect in Charge: Miguel Marcelino
  • Collaboration: Pedro Dourado
  • Electrical Engineering: Orlando Sousa
  • Landscape Design: Ana Amaro
  • Gross Floor Area: 282 sqm
  • Gross Volume: 854 sqm
  • Building Footprint: 173 sqm
  • Site Area: 2175 sqm
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Photographs: Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

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Centre for the Interpretation of Rivers / Jose Juan Barba

  • Architects: Jose Juan Barba
  • Location: Valle del Órbigo, Benavente, Zamora, Spain
  • Architect:  José Juan Barba (Project & Management)
  • Collaborating Architect:  Concha Llorden (Project)
  • Technical Collaborators:  Miguel A. Vecino (Quantity Surveyor), Daniel Juan (Quantity Surveyor) Rosa Pérez Fdez. (Civil Eng.)
  • Collaborators:  Andrés Ferrero, Alex Puigborn, Pablo Cruz (infography), Juan Carlos Yusto (model), Menelaos Yorgos
  • Structural Engineering:  Ramón Barreiro
  • External Collaborators: .M. Aller (interior models), Illione (furnishing), Alberto de Prado, Consultoría Lumínica / Hess-Iluminación (lighting), Agustín Maestro (Air Conditioning), Ferroblan S.L. (Concrete), Luis Aragoneses (PERI)
  • Contractors:  Villar y Vara, Ferroblan (concrete vertical structure & ramp), Manuel Rubial S.L. (Stainless Steel), Terraconti (Floors), Asprosub (gardens)
  • Promotor:  Proyectos Interreg. Unión Europea. España/Portugal
  • Budget:  1,225,000.00 €
  • Furnishing & Model Project:  2005
  • Area: 0.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 0

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