Hangar 16 / Iñaqui Carnicero Architecture

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Architects: Iñaqui Carnicero Architecture - Iñaqui Carnicero, Ignacio Vila, Alejandro Viseda
Location: , Spain
Area: 5,200 sqm
Year: 2007
Photographs: Courtesy of Iñaqui Carnicero Architecture

Sant Esteve Sesrovires Institute / Jordi Farrando

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Architects: Jordi Farrando
Location: , Cataluña,
Architect: Jordi Farrando
Project Year: 2007
Photographs: Adrià Goula

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House on the Cliff / Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

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Architects: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
Location: Calpe, Alicante,
Design Team: Fran Silvestre, María José Sáez
Structure: David Gallardo
Technical Architect: Vicente Ramos, Esperanza Corrales, Javier Delgado
Interior Design: Alfaro Hofmann
Area: 242 sqm
Photographs: Diego Opazo

Urban Day Care Center for Alzheimer Patients / Cid + Santos

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Architects: Jose Jorge Santos Ogando, Angel Cid Carballo
Location: ,
Collaborators: Jose Carlos Mera Rodriguez, Ledicia Fraga Domínguez, Paula Mª Casal Vázquez
Area: 497 sqm
Photography: Santos-Díez | BISimages

Videos: New Flea Market in Barcelona / Prompt

Just a couple months ago, we featured a video by Prompt for the new flea market for the IMMB Institut Municipal de Mercats de . The project will play a key role in the economy and urban identity of the city. Featured in this post are two more videos which highlight its progress as it goes up in the city. More information and the next video can be viewed after the break.

Open Modular System of Sustainable Houses (SAVMS) / Cso Arquitectura

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Architects: Cso Arquitectura
Location: Madrid,
Architect In Charge: Javier de Antón
Contractor: TORSAN
Landscape: de la Torriente
Structure: Luis San Salvador
Services: climac sl
Electricity: Joaquín Aguilar
Furniture: box muebles
Project Area: 110.0 m2
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Jesús Rojo

Almazan Main Square / ch+qs arquitectos

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Architects: ch+qs arquitectos
Location: , Soria, Spain
Design Team: Josemaría de Churtichaga, Nathanael López, Joaquin Riveiro, Martín Bilbao
Collaborators: Nathanael López, Mauro Doncel, Juan de la Torre
Contractor: UTE Almazán (Rover Alcisa+Hormisoria)
Budget: 2,231,487.93 €
Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra

CEDT Daimiel / Estudio Entresitio

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Architects: Estudio Entresitio
Location: , Ciudad Real,
Architects In Charge: María Hurtado, César Jiménez, José María Hurtado
Design Team: Carolina Leveroni, Jorge Martínez Martín, Verena Ruhm, Raquel Fernández Antoñanzas, Vidal Fernández Díez, Cristina Fidalgo García, Vincent Rodriguez, Fabrice Quemeneur, Filipe Minderico, Laura Sánchez Carrasco, Irene de la Cruz García
Structure: Geasyt
Technical Architects: Juan Carlos Corona Ruiz
Year: 2007
Photographs: Raúl Belinchón

“La Asunción” School Extension / Romina Barbieri Petrelli, Miguel Díaz-Negrete, Pablo Martín Hevia

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Architects: Romina Barbieri Petrelli, , Pablo Martín Hevia
Location: , Spain
Technical Architect: Miguel Díaz-Negrete Sanz
Area: 1,214.4 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Marcos Morilla

Collserola Park Competition Entry / Nabito Architects + ACTAR

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Nabito Architects + ACTAR shared with us their design proposal for the “Les Portes de Collserola” international competition held by the government of . As a finalist, the architects were challenged to create an ambitious strategical plan to regenerate the entire Park of Coillserola in the North of the city. The architects were then selected to take part in the 4B door called: ‘LES PLANES IN-PARK UNA PORTA, VÀRIES CLAUS’. The Project is a Master plan for the re-interpretation of one of the doors from Collserola Mountain going into the city of . It is a space in between a complex superposition of different elements: urban, natural, rural and infrastructural. The perfect mix to ordinate the territory for a contemporary project. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Evangelical Temple in Terrassa / OAB

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Architects: OAB
Location: Terrassa,
Project Architects: Carlos Ferrater y Lucía Ferrater
Technical Architect: Enric Betlinski
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Alejo Bagué

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43 Public Dwelling In Almuradiel / Estudio Entresitio

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Architects: Estudio Entresitio
Location: ,
Architects In Charge: María Hurtado, César Jiménez, José María Hurtado
Design Team: Julián Jimenez, Vidal Fernández Díez, Raquel Fernández Antoñanzas, Carolina Leveroni, Jorge Martínez Martín, Stefan Voght, Carolin Löser
Area: 3,960.56 sqm
Year: 2009
Photography: Roland Halbe, Courtesy of Estudio Entresitio

The Factory / Ricardo Bofill

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Architects: Ricardo Bofill
Location: ,
Photographs: Courtesy of Ricardo Bofill, Richard Powers

Valdespartera Ecocity Kindergarten Proposal / Magen Arquitectos


Located in Valdespartera Ecocity, a newly built neighborhood located in the residential expansion south of , the design for the Kindergarten by Magen Arquitectos is characterized by its strong expression of horizontality. The definition of the platform floor and the importance and extent of the roof form a broad continuous porch into the yard, supported structurally in tension with cantilevered decks at the top.When projected to the outside by the porch continuum becomes more intense the horizontal relationship with the outside center. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Para Eco House / Tongji University Team

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Designed by the Tongji University Team, the “Para Eco House” combines both parametric and ecological strategies into the logic of the architectural language used in the house design. By using both “passive” and “active” energy systems, they go beyond the functional and environmental requirement to create a paradigm for a low carbon future. The concept of creating a multi-layer skin emerges from a combination of Dao theory in eastern philosophy and the theories of Michel Foucault in western thought, especially the ideas of autonomy in architecture. More images and the team’s description after the break.

Police Station and Multipurpose Space in Xixona / Daniel Martí & Natàlia Ferrer

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Architects: Daniel Martí & Natàlia Ferrer arquitectos
Location: Xixona, Alicante,
Structure: David Boixader
Installations: Desla Ingeniería, Òscar Galiana
Technical Architect: Julián Garrote
Promotor: Ayuntamiento de Xixona
Area: 842 sqm
Year: 2010
Photography: David Zarzoso

ITER Building Technology Park 2nd Prize Proposal / Estudio Lunar

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Located in , one of the most populated islands in Spain, the second prize winning proposal for the ITER Building Technology Park settles in like a crater, relating to its volcanic surroundings. Estudio Lunar‘s design consists of two elements, the first one contains the program which is situated in the terrain interacting with it; and the second element that is situated over the terrain and only touches it to create the main access in the north protecting the building from the prevalent winds coming from the north-east. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Mixed-Use Building / Vahos Architecture

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Architects: Vahos Architecture
Location: , Valencia, Spain
Area: 1,320 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy of Vahos