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Luis Vidal + Architects

Contemporary Mexican Architecture Practice – Nuevo León Design Studio

Luis Vidal + Architects News

Luis Vidal + Architects News

Feb 15, 2018
Logan International Airport Terminal E Building, East Boston / Winthrop, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Design: luis vidal + architects / AECOM
Logan International Airport Terminal E Building
rendering : AECOM

Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) has selected global infrastructure firm AECOM and Luis Vidal + Architects to design the remodeling of Boston Logan International Airport Terminal E. The joint team won a design competition for the project with over 400,000 square feet of new and renovated terminal space.
AECOM will lead the redevelopment as the prime consultant and architect/engineer of record. Spanish airport design specialist luis vidal + architects are the concept architects. They are known for projects such as Heathrow Airport T2 (UK) and Zaragoza Airport (Spain)
Aecom has decades of experience working with Massport at Boston Logan and Terminal E, most recently with the completion of the A380 accommodation and overall terminal renovation project. A world leader in airport design and innovation, luis vidal + architects has the experience and design expertise to help the project realize its full potential.
Boston Architecture News

14 Aug 2017

Presence at Hay Festival Segovia 2017

An event in the run-up to the Segovia Hay Festival (22-24 September 2017), one of the most important meetings about culture in the world: Luis will talk to Simon Manley (the British Ambassador to Spain) on the 24th of September about the airports as the main gateaways into the XXI century cities. The two speakers will share their knowledge about traveling, architecture and diplomacy in this connected world.

Featured Building by Vidal Arquitectos:

Heathrow East, southwest London, England, UK
Date: 2008-
Design with Foster + Partners, Architects
£1.5bn approx. cost
Heathrow Terminal 2, also known as The Queen’s Terminal, is an airport terminal at Heathrow Airport. The new development was originally named Heathrow East Terminal, and occupies the sites where the previous Terminal 2 and the Queen’s Building stood.
The project opened on 4 June 2014. The original Terminal 2 opened in 1955 as the Europa Building and was the airport’s oldest terminal.

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Vidal Arquitectos – Practice Information

Architect studio based in Garza García, Nuevo León, Mexico

Vidal Arquitectos : Mexican Architects

Francisco Villa 123 M1 L-5 y 6 Col. El Aguacatal, Santa Catarina,NL.
Tel: (81) 8478 7750 / (81) 1133 6310 / (81) 1133 6311
oficina@vidalarquitectos.com

This Mexican architeture firm was established in 1999.

The design studio says this about their approach: “We are a firm that creates and provides architectural design solutions to its customers under a work scheme that combines creativity, originality, functionality and efficiency. (Our) creativity cannot be defined by a particular architectural style because each project is unique and original, created to meet the needs of both developers and end users.

Our portfolio includes the architectural design of major commercial, corporate and housing projects in Monterrey, among which are vertical projects such as Helicon, Kalah, Torre Lovft, Corporativo Santa Maria and Arcangeles. We also have projects in Guadalajara, Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Hermosillo, Chihuahua, Sonora, Queretaro and Saltillo.”

Mexican Buildings
New Tamayo Museum Mexico
picture : Glessner Group

Madrid Buildings – key architecture in the capital city of Spain.




Estudio Lamela Arquitectos

Torre BBVA-Bancomer, Mexico City
Torre BBVA Bancomer Mexico
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Website: www.vidalarquitectos.com