Library/History Archive María Moliner in Orihuela / MACLA Arquitectos

© Diego Opazo

Architects: MACLA Arquitectos
Location: (Alicante), Spain
Architect In Charge: Miguel Cabanes Ginés, Elena Robles Alonso, Pedro Gambín Hurtado
Area: 1,065 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Diego Opazo

Tourist Apartments and Commercial Premises Valdelagrana / SV60 Arquitectos

© Jesús Granada

Architect Office: SV60 Arquitectos
Location: , Cádiz,
Archictect: Antonio González Cordón
Collaborators: Antonio G. Liñán, Luis E. Villar, Manuel Gutierrez de Rueda
Photographs: Jesús Granada

Primary School in Cheste / García Floquet Arquitectos

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Architects: García Floquet Arquitectos
Location: Cheste, Valencia,
Architect In Charge: García Floquet Arquitectos
Technical Architect: Isidro León Muñoz
Constructor: Cobra s.a.
Area: 923 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of García Floquet Arquitectos

Ceip Rincón De Bonanza / MACLA Arquitectos

© Diego Opazo

Architects: MACLA Arquitectos
Location: , Alicante, Spain
Architect In Charge: Miguel Cabanes Ginés, Elena Robles Alonso & Pedro Gambín Hurtado
Area: 4,444 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Diego Opazo

Santa Ana and San Joaquín Church / RGRM Arquitectos

© Jesús Granada

Architects: RGRM Arquitectos
Location: Roquetas, Almería,
Project Architects: Juan José Ruiz Martín, Dolores Victoria Ruiz Garrido
Area: 1,888 sqm
Photographs: Jesús Granada

Funeral Home and Garden in Pinoso / Cor & Asociados

© David Frutos

Architects: Cor & Asociados
Location: , Alicante,
Area: 495 sqm
Photographs: David Frutos

Beato Jacinto Castañeda Education Center / Fernández Soler Monrabal Arquitectos

© Carlos Soler Monrabal

Architects: Fernández Soler Monrabal Arquitectos
Location: , Valencia, Spain
Project Architects: Carlos Soler Monrabal + Luisa Fernández Rodríguez
Technical Architect: Juan Antonio Díaz Romero
Year: 2010
Photographs: Carlos Soler Monrabal

AA Bilbao Visiting School: “Computing topos II”

Courtesy of AA Visting School

The is a worldwide network of design workshops and other programmes organised by the School of Architecture.The event will take place in Bilbao from July 22nd to July 31st, focusing on new lectures over territory.

We have two scholarships for our readers interested on this activity, you just need to send us your CV/portfolio and a statement explaining why you would like to participate in this event. For more details read below.

‘Connection – Import Ticino’ Exhibition

Courtesy of AAAB

Organized by AAAB, the ‘Connection – Import Ticino’ Exhibition, which begins today and runs until June 9, aims to create a network of cultural connections between cities as a means of spreading the values of urbanism and architecture. The exhibition features a project that was born out of the desire to establish a cultural connection between the city of and other European cities. A series of architecture exhibitions are the focus of this project, which also offers other events such as conferences and meetings between universities and aims to create synergies between the professional architects involved. Each event, which is called a “connection”, is composed of a first exhibition in , followed by a second presentation in the invited country. For more information, please visit here.

Garoza House / Herreros Arquitectos

© Javier Callejas

Architects: Herreros Arquitectos
Area: 75.0 m2
Year: 2010
Photography: Javier Callejas, OjOvivOfoto | Paula Arroyo,

Tudela-Culip Restoration Project / EMF

Courtesy of EMF

Architects: EMF
Location: Cap de Creus cape, , Catalunya, Spain
Landscape Architects: Martí Franch
Architects: J/T ARDÉVOLS S.L. Ton Ardèvol
Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of EMF

House for Pau & Rocio / Arnau Tiñena Architecture

Courtesy of Arnau Tiñena

Location: , Spain
Architect In Charge: Arnau Tiñena
Technical Architect: Josep Anguera
Construction: Construcciones Manuel Velarde MVC
Area: 148.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of Arnau Tiñena

Taray Sau Office Building / MACLA Arquitectos

© Diego Opazo

Architects: MACLA Arquitectos
Location: San Javier, Murcia,
Architect In Charge: Miguel Cabanes Ginés, Elena Robles Alonso & Pedro Gambín Hurtado
Area: 929.0 sqm
Year: 2008
Photographs: Diego Opazo

‘Childhood and Public Space’: A Dialogue Between the Arts, Education and Urban Design Conference

Courtesy of Urbanitas Berlin-, Associació de Mestres Rosa Sensat

Taking place July 6-7 at CosmoCaixa in Barcelona, the ‘Childhood and Public Spaces’ international conference offers a series of perspectives and experiences on actual childhood space scenarios in the city. An encounter with urban-design practice, educational experience and artistic methods are key aspects of this hands-on approach. It will also include a forum allowing dialogue between international professionals and workshops that take you to actual spaces in Barcelona. This action has been organized by the design and space-creation masters students of the UPC-CCCB. The deadline to register for the event is June 15. More information after the break.

Tsm3 Unstable House / Carlos Arroyo

© Miguel de Guzmán

Architects: Carlos Arroyo
Location: ,
Architect In Charge: Carlos Arroyo Arquitectos
Design Team: Carlos Arroyo, Vanessa Cerezo
Area: 154.0 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: Miguel de Guzmán, Courtesy of Carlos Arroyo Arquitectos

58 Municipal Houses / Lourdes Bueno Garnica & José Miguel Chaparro Mora

© Javier Orive

Architects: Lourdes Bueno Garnica, José Miguel Chaparro Mora
Location: La Rinconada, Sevilla, Spain
Technical Architect: Alberto de la Cruz Martínez
Area: 6,507 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Javier Orive

Access Pavillion in “Els Turons de Les Tres Creus” / Toni Girones

© Aitor Estévez

Architects: Toni Gironès
Location: Montornès Del Vallès, ,
Architect In Charge: Toni Gironès Saderra
Area: 200 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Aitor Estévez, Toni Gironès

AD Classics: Igualada Cemetery / Enric Miralles + Carme Pinos, photos by David Cabrera

© David Cabrera

Completed in 1994, the Igualada Cemetery was designed by Enric Miralles and to be a place of reflection and memories. After 10 years of construction, their envision of a new type of cemetery was completed and began to consider those that were laid to rest, as well as the families that still remained.

The Igualada Cemetery is understood by the architects to be a “city of the dead” where the dead and the living are brought closer together in spirit.  As much as the project is a place for those to be laid to rest, it is a place for those to come and reflect in the solitude and serenity of the Catalonian landscape of Barcelona, . More on the project after the break.