The Municipal Nursery Filadora / BCNP Arquitectes UTE

© Marc Tomas

Location: , Spain
Project Architects: Noemí Bañeres, Javier Cristóbal, Cristina Navas, Zaida Pérez
Technical Architect: Carles Olomí
Collaborators: Berga-González Arquitectos
Area: 1,141.83 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Marc Tomas

Doctor’s Office in The Suburb of El Gordillo / Paco García & Daniel Zapata

© Antonio Arévalo

Architects: Paco García Romero + Daniel Zapata Pedreño
Location: Sevilla,
Team: Eduardo Montes, Bárbara Sanz, Carlos Gómez, Manuel M. Sarabia
Client: Servicio Andaluz de Salud
Year: 2009
Photographs: Antonio Arévalo

Escenario Santander / Capilla Vallejo Arquitectos

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Architects: Capilla Vallejo Arquitectos
Location: Parque de las Llamas, ,
Architect In Charge: Jose V. Vallejo Lobete
Execution Direction: JDR CONSULTORES
Contractor: OHL
Construction Manager: Luis Velasco
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy Capilla Vallejo Arquitectos

IE Master in Architectural Design

This innovative post-graduate program is aimed at professionals who wish to play a leading role in cross functional teams engaged in architectural and urban design.

It covers five areas:
·Architectural Design
·Building and Energy Technologies
·Urban Studies
·Contemporary Culture
·Architectural Management

The program is designed to last one year, with rotations between Madrid and and provide its students with exposure to the cultural and urbanistic design paradigms which characterize both cities. It is infused with the entrepreneurial and leadership spirit that defines the IE Business School programs. The curriculum integrates hands on design and theory in an environment that invites open experimentation and professional relationships.

In addition to the core curriculum, the Master in Architectural Design Academic Advisors offer an international network of professionals and contributors that ensures the program figures prominently within the context of current international architectural debates. More after the break.

Redevelopment of the Rail Corridor in Sants / Sergi Godia, Ana Molino Architect

© Sergi Godia Moragues

Architects: Sergi Godia,
Location: Barcelona,
Architect In Charge: Sergi Godia, Ana Molino, JA Acebillo
Construction Management: Josep Carles Montoliu, Angel López, Paco Alcañiz
Sturctural Study: Julio Martínez Calzón
Year: 2012
Photographs: Sergi Godia Moragues

Banco Popular Headquartes / Arquitectos Ayala

© Lluís Casals

Architects: Arquitectos Ayala
Location: Madrid,
Project Architects: Gerardo Ayala Hernández, Mateo Ayala Calvo, Marcos Ayala Calvo
Area: 52,000 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Lluís Casals

Saavedra House / Juan Alberto Morillas Martín + Francisco Salvador Granados

© Jesús Granada

Architects: Juan Alberto Morillas Martín + Francisco Salvador Granados
Location: Retamar, ,
Architect In Charge: Juan Alberto Morillas Martín, Francisco Salvador Granados
Design Team: Juan Luis Saavedra Mercader
Area: 31,520 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Jesús Granada

Museum Almería / Juan Alberto Morillas Martín + Francisco Salvador Granados + José María García Ramírez

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Architects: Juan Alberto Morillas Martín + Francisco Salvador Granados + José María García Ramírez
Location: , Spain
Arquitecto A Cargo: José María García Ramírez, Francisco Salvador Granados, Juan Alberto Morillas Martín
Area: 137,337 sqm
Year: 2008
Photographs: Jesús Granada

Cala D’or House / Flexo Arquitectura

© José Hevia

Architects: Flexo Arquitectura
Location: Cala d’Or, ,
Architect In Charge: Tomeu Ramis, Aixa del Rey, Bárbara Vich
Collaborators: Belén Torres, Cristina Oliver
Area: 275 sqm
Photographs: José Hevia

NIARA / Amas4arquitectura

© Pablo Guillén Llanos & Fernando Zaparaín

Architects: Amas4arquitectura
Location: Calle Barcelona, Valladolid,
Design Team: Javier López de Uribe, Fernando Zaparaín Fermín Antuña, Eduardo García
Client: Schola Fundation
Area: 4459.6 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Pablo Guillén Llanos & Fernando Zaparaín

JP House / MYCC

© FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra

Architects: MYCC
Location: , Cuenca,
Architect In Charge: Carmina Casajuana, Beatriz G. Casares, Marcos Gonzalez
Design Team: Raquel del Rio, Pablo Urbano, Miguel Angel Hellin
Contractor: Ageco Scotmans Spain
Area: 144.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra, Courtesy of MYCC

Rehabilitation Hotel Moure / Abalo Alonso Arquitectos

© Santos Díez

Architects: Abalo Alonso Arquitectos
Location: Loureiros nº6, , Spain
Design Team: Elizabeth Abalo, Gonzalo Alonso
Collaborators: Francisco González Varela, Carlos Bóveda, Manuel Sanmartín, René Valiñas, José Noya
Budget: 933,244.29 €
Promotor: Hermanos Liñares Bar
Year: 2010
Photographs: Santos Díez

AD Classics: Walden 7 / Ricardo Bofill

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Walden 7 is a project implementing some of Ricardo Bofill’s earliest ambitions and addressing most of the problems of modern city life. It is located on the same lot as Taller de Arquitectura, based in the refurbished ruins of an old cement factory. The housing structure benefits from Bofill’s earlier research and the idea of providing public spaces and gardens for residents to enjoy an enhanced quality of living.

Introverted House / XPIRAL

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Architects: XPIRAL
Location: 30100 Espinardo, Murcia, Spain
Architect In Charge: Javier Peña Galiano
Design Team: Maren Kläschen (Design Phase and Basic Project) Javier Jimenez (Design Phase), Malte Eglinger (Project and Execution)
Year: 2012
Photographs: David Frutos | Bis Images

Enterprise Park in Arte Sacro / Suárez Santas Arquitectos

© Luis Asín Lapique

Architects: Suárez Santas Arquitectos
Location: Av. Ingeniería, s/n 41091,
Design Team: Asier Santas Torres, Luis Suárez Mansilla
Client: Sevilla Global. Ayuntamiento de Sevilla
Area: 19970.0 sqm
Year: 2010
Photography: Luis Asín Lapique

Binissalem School Complex / RIPOLLTIZON

© José Hevia

Location: Camí de Pedaç,
Architect In Charge: Pep Ripoll – Juan Miguel Tizón
Collaborators: Xisco
Area: 3166.0 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: José Hevia

AD Classics: La Muralla Roja / Ricardo Bofill

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La Muralla Roja, Spanish for ‘The Red Wall,’ is a housing project located within the La Manzanera development in ’s Calpe. The building makes clear references to the popular architecture of the Arab Mediterranean Area, a result of the architects’ inspiration by the Mediterranean tradition of the casbah. The striking colors that cover the outer and inner facades are selected to either contrast with nature or complement its purity.

Arabista Ribera School / Victor García Martínez

© Diego Opazo

Architects: Victor García Martínez, Victor García Terol, José Gozalbez Esteve
Location: , Spain
Collaborators: Daniel Martin Fuentes, Marta Sinisterra Olavarrieta, Cristina Tudela Marco
Area: 13450 sqm
Photography: Diego Opazo