Renovation in Sarrià with Traditional Catalan Vaulted Ceilings. Diario Design.

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Photo: Adrià Goula

When we were moving forward with the survey, we realised that there was a false ceiling covering up the traditional Catalan vaulted ceiling, made in delightful ceramics, which could give the finished home a great deal of carácter.


Dental clinic in Torrelles posted in Archdaily

reforma interior clínica

Photo: Adrià Goula

For the waiting room, iron tubular structures have been designed.These iron tubes which tie in perfectly with the seats also serve as magazine racks.


On diseño Magazine cover

portada


99 social housing units in Barcelona posted in afasia

STAIRS

Photo: Adrià Goula


Torre Júlia posted in Dezeen, “Ciutat de Barcelona” award

Photo: Adrià Goula


AV. monografias. Living Together. Julia tower


Sheltered Public Housing for Senior Citizens in Barcelona published in Detail


Nursery and primary school in Barcelona

Model. Iago Pineda


Torre Julia is one of the selected projects for the Vogadors Architectural Rowers Biennale Architettura 2012 (Venice).

A mosaic of over 150 important works from Catalan and Balearic architects that make up the contemporary ground harmonizing threads, ways of doing and alternative scales in different architectures and shared living spaces with what is common to the profession and adaptability to the specifics of imaginaries, requirements, climates and locations around the world.


Glazed apartment, Barcelona

Photo. Adrià Goula

This reform, made in a70 m2apartment in the Gracia neighborhood ofBarcelona, revolves around a central gero bricks wall that is the frame of all the inside space elements.This wall, which in turn divides the apartment into two clearly different living atmospheres, day and night, has three large openings, that create visual relationships and the path between the different parts of the program.


Private residence, Costa Brava

Model: Iago Pineda


Social and ecological dwellings, Caribbean coast

With Cubus


The urban refuge posted in dezeen

Photo.     Adrià Goula

The heart of the house is the ironing area where the owner spends a lot of time.  An effort has been made to freeze this moment of intimacy and to use a large window to frame an undervalued yet daily activity.


Bellamar houses

Ricard Galiana + Sergi Pons

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Bou house

With Ricard Galiana

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