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Sublime Swimming: 12 Examples of Custom Pools

12:00 - 20 May, 2018
Sublime Swimming: 12 Examples of Custom Pools, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

What's better than a house with a pool? A house with a pool that's part of the structure of the house. These 12 projects show different ways to incorporate pools and how to resolve issues of weight, moisture and leaks. See the houses below, featuring photos by photographers like Mariela ApollonioKent Soh y Marcello Mariana.

© Benjamin Benschneider © Pieters Kers & Patrick Voigt © Nathan Rader © Fernando Guerra – FG+SG + 13

Industrial Remodelation at Villaperez / Padilla Nicás Arquitectos

05:00 - 13 January, 2018
Industrial Remodelation at Villaperez / Padilla Nicás Arquitectos, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 34

  • Architects

  • Location

    Carretera Villapérez, Asturias, Spain
  • Author Architects

    Francisco José Padilla + Juan Manuel Nicás Caballero
  • Site Area

    21 hactares
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

Shelter in the Vineyard / Ramón Esteve

09:00 - 15 December, 2017
Shelter in the Vineyard / Ramón Esteve, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 23

Montaña House / [baragaño]

08:00 - 1 November, 2017
Montaña House / [baragaño], © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 35

Pontevedra Water Supply / Padilla Nicás Arquitectos

05:00 - 7 September, 2017
Pontevedra Water Supply / Padilla Nicás Arquitectos, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 11

Burgos Railway Station Refurbishment / Contell-Martínez Arquitectos

03:00 - 20 June, 2017
Burgos Railway Station Refurbishment / Contell-Martínez Arquitectos, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 30

  • Architects

  • Location

    Calle Dr. José Luis Santamaría, 09001 Burgos, Spain
  • Authors Architects

    Maria Dolores Contell, Juan Miguel Martínez
  • Area

    2347.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

Sewage Treatment Plant of San Claudio / padilla nicás arquitectos

11:00 - 30 May, 2017
Sewage Treatment Plant of San Claudio / padilla nicás arquitectos, © Mariela  Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela  Apollonio © Mariela  Apollonio © Mariela  Apollonio © Mariela  Apollonio + 39

BULLIT / Hugo Mompó

15:00 - 14 April, 2017
BULLIT / Hugo Mompó, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 14

  • Architects

  • Location

    Carrer de Borriana, 14, 46005 València, Valencia, España
  • Architect in Charge

    Hugo Mompó
  • Photographs

House Rehabilitation in Valencia / DG Arquitecto Valencia

02:00 - 18 December, 2016
House Rehabilitation in Valencia / DG Arquitecto Valencia, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 23

Courtyard Residence in Benimaclet / Gradolí & Sanz

13:00 - 21 September, 2016
Courtyard Residence in Benimaclet / Gradolí & Sanz, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 23

  • Architects

  • Location

    València, Spain
  • Architect in Charge

    Carmel Gradolí, Arturo Sanz
  • Area

    108.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Ricart House / Gradolí & Sanz

09:00 - 10 June, 2016
Ricart House / Gradolí & Sanz, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 20

  • Architects

  • Location

    València, Spain
  • Author Architects

    Arturo Sanz Martínez, Carmel Gradolí Martínez
  • Area

    250.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photography

Triplex in Paris / Studio Pan

09:00 - 2 April, 2016
Triplex in Paris  / Studio Pan, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 21

El Bosque House / Ramon Esteve

02:00 - 3 February, 2016
El Bosque House / Ramon Esteve, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 14

[baragaño]’s #bh01: How to Build a House in 80 Days

06:00 - 16 November, 2015
[baragaño]’s #bh01: How to Build a House in 80 Days, © Verónica Carreño
© Verónica Carreño

Inspired by the mass production of the automotive and aerospace industries, Spanish architects [baragaño], in collaboration with ArcelorMittal, have designed a housing model that can be completely constructed in a factory. Once completed, the house is transported to the site and installed.

The basic model [#bh01] is 39 square meters, composed of two volumes and can be easily expanded both horizontally and vertically in the future. According to the architects, it’s a method that “makes construction easier, generates less waste than traditional systems and increases the safety of personnel involved in the assembly work.”

© Mariela Apollonio © Verónica Carreño © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 24

Torrent Market and Civic Center / Vázquez Consuegra

05:00 - 15 November, 2015
Torrent Market and Civic Center / Vázquez Consuegra, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Duccio Malagamba © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 14

Ca Peter & Lisa / David Estal

05:00 - 12 November, 2015
Ca Peter & Lisa / David Estal, © Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 22

Valencia University Language Center / Arkítera SLP

05:00 - 25 September, 2015
© Mariela Apollonio
© Mariela Apollonio
  • Architects

  • Location

    Valencia, Spain
  • Architects in charge

    Carlos Sánchez Hernández y Salvador Lara Ortega (ARKITERA
  • Area

    3885.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photographs

© Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio © Mariela Apollonio + 21

Fabrizio Barozzi on Finding the Specific and Avoiding the Generic in Architecture

09:30 - 21 August, 2015
Fabrizio Barozzi on Finding the Specific and Avoiding the Generic in Architecture, Philharmonic Hall Szczecin. Image © Simon Menges
Philharmonic Hall Szczecin. Image © Simon Menges

Established in 2004, Spanish studio Barozzi/Veiga have become known for their intellectual approach to design and their precise solutions which draw on both local conditions and a sense of uniqueness - an approach which recently won them the Mies van der Rohe Award for their Philharmonic Hall SzczecinIn this interview, originally published in the August issue of Indian Architect & Builder under the title "Script of Simplicity," Fabrizio Barozzi speaks about the award-winning Philharmonic Hall Szczecin, the connection Barozzi/Veiga keeps between research and design, and how they avoid the generic in their architecture.

Indian Architect & Builder: Tell us a little about Barozzi/Veiga; the ideas, principles and core philosophies of your practice.

Fabrizio Barozzi: We always try to create an "essential" architecture. We understand essential architecture as a public architecture, an architecture that intends to generate some positive changes in the community for which it is built. An architecture that arises in a context without harshness, specific and inspired by its environment. We believe that this kind of approach to architecture is what brings out the characteristics of each site and therefore the diversity of ideas that exist in the world.