The first phase of the project to transform the large urban vacuum of 6,000 m² into a new public space consists in building a structure of corrugated steel rods that restore the geometry of the original cavea through its guidelines and generatrices..
The competition brief that set the guidelines for this project called for a generic container whose interiors would remain throughout the year at temperatures between 18 and 25 degrees Celsius. The proposal involved modifying the initial planning, ma
The 2nd century BC Roman site in Montmeló (Barcelona) is brought out in all its splendor through simple but aesthetically powerful means: gabion walls with rusted scrap metal and tubes.
In an agricultural area in the region of La Noguera, Lleida, the cultural center of the Dolmen of Seró harbors multipurpose spaces, taking up the site of two abandoned vegetable gardens by the town square. In 2007 an irrigation pipeline was being bui
Salou is on the southern coast of Tarragona. The Prades Mountains run parallel to the coastline at some 25 kilometers, and the humid air from the sea meets the range and is condensed in the form of rain that falls on the steep mountain slopes and wat
Mendes da Rocha / Gironès It is perhaps a sympton of the times that the latest editions of large architecture biennials have clearly had a political agenda or, at least, a marked social and ecological sensibility. This was the case also of the 11th
It is a sure sign of the times we are living that the most recent editions of the world’s most important biennials of architecture and art have been characterized by an indisguisable political agenda, or at the least by a marked sensitivity to social
15 Works Awarded The 12th edition of the BEAU (Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism) chose to commend a group category of fifteen works, divided into five categories. The first one – reconversion projects – included the Cineteca in Matadero
Seró Barrow / Sever do Vouga School Toni Gironès, for his Cultural Center in the Megalithic Dolmen of Seró in Artesa de Segre (Lleida), and the Portuguese Pedro Domingos, for the School in Sever do Vouga (Portugal), shared the FAD Award for Architect
The Catalan architect Toni Gironés, for his interpretation center at the megalithic dolmen of Seró in Artesa de Segre (Lérida), and the Portuguese Pedro Domingos, for the Primary and Secondary School in Sever do Bouga (Portugal), were declared the jo