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We feature a selection of the best new building designs in this ancient port city in the Andalucia region. We have posted information and images of significant architecture projects – check out the Cadiz Arquitectura, España, links below:

Recent architectural projects in this Andalucia port city on e-architect:

27 Dec 2016
House of The Seven Gardens, Sotogrande
Date built: 2016
Design: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
House of the Seven Gardens
image courtesy of architects

House of The Seven Gardens in Cádiz
It is Grazalema mountain range the one that creates a wall to high humidity winds coming from Atlantic Ocean. Because of that, in this part of the south of Spain there is one of the highest rainfall index from Iberian peninsula.

5 Apr 2016
Castillo de Matrera, Andalusia, southwest Spain
Date of renewal: 2016
Renewal design: Carlos Quevedo Architect
Matrera Castle Restoration
photo : wikimedia commons – Date: 16 March 2016 ; Source: Own work ; Author: El Pantera

Matrera Castle Restoration
When parts of the Matrera Castle slid into the ground in 2013 it prompted a red alert from Hispania Nostra. Officially designated as important cultural heritage, locals began to restore the structure. Now the result has caused horror among conservationists, report www.medievalhistories.com.

Key Cadiz Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Asencio, Novo Sancti Petri
Date built: 2001
Design: Campo Baeza, Architect

added 21 Nov 2012
Between Cathedrals
Date built: –
Design: Alberto Campo Baeza, Architects
Between Cathedrals Cadiz
photo : Javier Callejas

Between Cathedrals
The project “Between Cathedrals” seeks to create an intervention worthy of the most significant location in the history of Cadiz, the oldest city of the West: the empty space facing the sea located between the Old and New Cathedrals.

16 Apr 2010
Torres de Hercules in Bay of Gibraltar, Cadiz
Date built: –
Design: RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ Arquitectos
Torres de Hercules, Bay of Gibraltar Tower
photo © Roland Halbe

Torres de Hercules, Bay of Gibraltar Tower: Cadiz Building
Architect Rafael de la Hoz completes the “Torres de Hercules” in Cadiz. They are a symbol of the legendary Pillars of Hercules and the tallest buildings in Andalusia.

Gaspar House, Zahora
Date built: 1991
Design: Campo Baeza, Architect

Guardiola House
Date built: 1988
Design: Peter Eisenman, Architect

Guerrero House, Zahora
Date built: 2007
Design: Campo Baeza, Architect

More Cadiz Architecture projects online soon – submissions to e-architect are very welcome.

Location: Cadiz, Spain

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New Palace of Justice in Córdoba
Design: Mecanoo architecten + Ayesa
New Palace of Justice in Córdoba
photo © Fernando Alda

New Palace of Justice in Córdoba

Camp Nou Stadium Redevelopment
Design: Foster + Partners
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Guggenheim Museum
Architect: Frank Gehry
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Bernabéu Stadion Madrid redevelopment
Design: Estudio Lamela Arquitectos
Spanish Stadium Building : Real Madrid

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Cádiz is a city in southwestern Spain. The conurbation is the capital of the Province of Cádiz. It is one of eight which make up the autonomous community of Andalusia.

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