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PRÁCTICA and Rodrigo Pérez de Arce Unveil Design for International Antarctic Center in Chile

16:00 - 26 August, 2017
PRÁCTICA and Rodrigo Pérez de Arce Unveil Design for International Antarctic Center in Chile, Courtesy of PRÁCTICA
Courtesy of PRÁCTICA

Spanish architecture studio PRÁCTICA and Rodrigo Pérez de Arce have released designs for their proposal of the Punta Arenas International Antarctic Center in Chile. The proposal was one of the contenders in the design competition for the building, which plans to become the Antarctic’s point of entry for the world.

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PRÁCTICA and Daroca Arquitectos' Mixed Housing Complex to Develop Malaga's "Green Block"

12:00 - 17 June, 2017
PRÁCTICA and Daroca Arquitectos' Mixed Housing Complex to Develop Malaga's "Green Block", Courtesy of PRÁCTICA and Daroca Arquitectos
Courtesy of PRÁCTICA and Daroca Arquitectos

A competition for the innovative design of public housing in Malaga has been won by Spanish firms PRÁCTICA and Daroca Arquitectos, whose proposal offers a new housing typology based on energy efficiency, sustainability, and urbanization from a human and ecological perspective. Titled Al Sur, the 15,196 square meters development transforms Malaga’s “Green Block” urban plan, combining social housing, free market units, and commercial areas.