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Sir Hotels, the Amsterdam-based boutique hotel collection, opens Sir Victor Hotel in Barcelona. Located between the architecturally-diverse and sought after Gràcia and Eixample districts and set in a contemporary landmark by local architecture firm Capella Garcia.
The capital of Catalonia is famous for Antoni Gaudi’s buildings – Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila and Casa Batlo. It is also home to the sublime Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe and buildings by Miralles, Herzog & de Meuron, Gehry, Ito, Foster and Rogers.
Designed by Valor-Llimós Arquitectes, House Studio is located in the old town of a small coastal town Canet de Mar, on a plot previously occupied by a parking lot, the building houses a double use as housing and study.
Designed by FORGAS Arquitectes, the 1-line Soler de Vilardell Nursery and Primary School is part of an equipment environment on the outskirts of Sant Celoni, which borders the forests and streams of the Montseny Park.
Mesura Barcelona Office Interior: what do we require from a space when we come into work? What makes for the right atmosphere to work in, and how can we project company values and philosophy onto a spatial design?
Bunsen Restaurant Barcelona: originally founded in Dublin by the chef Tom Gleeson the brand project an urban and casual atmosphere, for the opening of their first branch overseas, the restaurant incorporated recognisable features of the surrounding Gothic neighbourhood and local bar culture into its interior design.
Margot Krasojević has designed a medical cannabis farm for both rural and urban agricultural programs; in light of Spain recently becoming an advocate for the use and distribution of medical marijuana.
BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed its first project in Barcelona: Tanger 66, on behalf of UK and European Investments and Urban Input.
Pedestrian Path along the Gypsum Mines, Igualada, Catalunya, Spain, design by Batlle I Roig Arquitectura, set within Igualada Green Ring, which generates itineraries for pedestrians and bicycles.
Barcelona’s unfinished Sagrada Familia church has agreed to pay $41 million to city authorities after it was found to be lacking a building permit — despite breaking ground on construction 136 years ago.
YLAB Arquitectos proposed a concept that frees up the space through important structural changes, opening the façade to the inner courtyard and recovering the historical gallery to revamp it as a gallery-garden.
Office building in Cornellà, Barcelona – design by Mateo Arquitectura: the central courtyard is the emblematic area of the building that gives it a different tone. It is also a space with specific energy requirements.
YLAB Arquitectos designed the apartment located on a site overlooking the neighboring buildings and surrounded by a large terrace, this apartment showed serious deficiencies such as its small size of 38 sqm.