the world's most visited architecture website
All
Projects
Products
Events
Competitions

Fernando Menis

BROWSE ALL FROM THIS FIRM HERE

Below The Extraordinarily Textured Surface of This Unique Polish Concert Hall

06:00 - 17 January, 2017
Below The Extraordinarily Textured Surface of This Unique Polish Concert Hall , © Patryk Lewinski
© Patryk Lewinski

This article is part of our new "Material Focus" series, which asks architects to elaborate on the thought process behind their material choices and sheds light on the steps required to get buildings actually built.

The CKK Jordanki (Jordanki Cultural and Convention Center) by Fernando Menis is located in the historical center of Torun. It respects the shorter height of the surrounding buildings to preserve the views of the river and better fit the natural environment that surrounds it. The building was designed to have a more natural look, like a 'rock' that marks the transition from the urban plot to the park that surrounds it. In this interview we spoke with Fernando Menis who explained in depth how the selection of project materials contributed to the design process, helped in the inclusion of universal accessibility, and the project’s construction.

© Jakub Certowicz © Jakub Certowicz © Patryk Lewinski © Patryk Lewinski + 13

CKK Jordanki / Fernando Menis

04:00 - 17 February, 2016
CKK Jordanki / Fernando Menis, © Jakub Certowicz
© Jakub Certowicz

© Jakub Certowicz © Jakub Certowicz © Jakub Certowicz © Jakub Certowicz + 27

Sacred Museum / Fernando Menis

00:00 - 2 August, 2012
Sacred Museum / Fernando Menis, © Simona Rota
© Simona Rota

© Simona Rota © Simona Rota © Simona Rota © Simona Rota + 15

  • Architects

  • Location

    Adeje, Spain
  • Category

  • Construction Budget

    3,755,000 Euros
  • Area

    0.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2006
  • Photographs

Auditorium and Congress Center / Menis Arquitectos

13:15 - 19 June, 2009

Fernando Menis, of Spanish practice Menis Arquitectos, has been announced the winner of the design of an auditorium and congress center for Morro Jable. Taking inspiration from the rocky hillside site above the beaches, Menis describes the design as “a piece which recalls a broken rock, coming away from earth.”

More images and further project description after the break.