Architects: Corell Monfort Palacios Arquitectos – Vicente Corell Farinós, Joaquín Monfort, Salvador, José Vicente Palacio Espasa
Location: Valencia, Spain
Partnership in project and construction management: Mariano Conesa Tejada Architect
Engineering: VALNU, servicios de ingeniería
Site manager: CG técnica, José Lozano Gin
Developer / owner: Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Manufacturer: ECSA-VIALOBRA UTE
Completion: April 2010
Total Area: 17,156.39 sqm
Photograhps: Mariela Apollonio
Architects: Guallart Architects - Vicente Guallart and María Díaz
Location: Gandía, Valencia, Spain
Collaborators: Andrea Imaz, Daniela Frogheri, Fernando Meneses, Ricardo Guerreiro, Lina Savickaité, Rasa Mizaraité, Katarzyna Klimek
3D images: Asaduzzaman Rassel, Néstor David Palma
Client: Visoren Renta
Built area: 12,074 sqm
Photographs: Adrià Goula
The design for the Wind Tower by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos aims to create a landmark which modifies its proportions depending on the viewpoint and the effect of the sunlight; revealing an element in a constant evolution. An engraved tower devoted to the wind, The building combines renewable energy which feeds the city and its facilities with electricity, without needing other resources. More images and architects’ description after the break.
Location: Benipeixcar,Valencia, Spain
Client: CTAV (College of Architects of Valencia)
Head Architects: Marta Orts, Carlos Trullenque
Assistant architects: Carlos Nieto – Ana Ábalos – Nacho Fós
Structural engineering : Javier Cases
Civil engineer: Vicente Sevila
Mechanical Engineering: GIA (Luis Sanchis – Agustí Vila)
Contractor: OTP Construcciones
Photographs: Diego Opazo
Rotterdam-based office for urban design and landscape architecture West 8, in collaboration with Sener & Gestec, have designed this entry for the Valencia Central Park Competition. Their proposal achieved a place on the competition shortlist. The design presented here is a concept for Parque Central inspired by the Valencian tradition of solid narrative and poetry.
More images and description of the project after the break.
MUNICH, the fashion and sports footwear firm, opened its second boutique in Valencia. Designed by Dear design, the store focuses on exhibiting the brand’s shoes while immersing visitors into a stadium type space flooded with light, framed by a hanging metal structure.
Architects: Pablo Ribera Pons & Joseán Vilar Pons
Location: C/ Morera 5, urb Lloma de la Verge, Picassent (Valencia), Spain
Collaborators: Uno Uno arquitectos
Promotor: Escola les Carolines S.Coop.V.
Project Date: August 2006 – September 2008
Construction Area: 1,711 m2
Photography: Fernando Alda