Posts tagged 'spain'

Masquespacio creates a colour blocked co-working space in Valencia

When a design studio receives a brief that mentions avoiding stereotypes and cliché, it can be both a challenging and exciting project, but one that

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Nagami Design 3D prints protective masks to help combat COVID-19 spread

Nagami Design, the Spanish design brand specialising in 3D robotic printing, is supporting the production of personal protection masks for local and global medical staff

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Masquespacio pays tribute to ceramic craft at Roca’s Casa Decor

Valencia-dwelling design duo Masquespacio has joined forces with Spanish tiling firm Roca to pay tribute to the beauty of ceramics in their exhibition titled A Look

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Estudio B transforms a school in Spain with a clever, colourful new facade

Architects are used to tight budgets but when Benni Allan of London-based Estudio B was tasked to create a new facade for one of the

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Catalan cool: Design and art are the stars at Sir Victor hotel in Barcelona

Nestled in Barcelona’s bustling and majestic Passeig de Gràcia, home to some of the city’s finest modernista architecture, Sir Victor hotel is the Catalonian capital’s latest stylish addition.

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Inside the Spanish school with a vanishing second storey

Adisappearing building may sound like an entertaining magic trick of sorts, but in ABLM Arquitectos’ Almost Invisible School, there is a rationale behind the fun. 


PKMN creates eco hub in industrial building

PKMN’s imaginative approach to rennovating an old industrial building in the Basque-region of Spain, turning it into a centre for sustainable business, resulted in a


Q&A with Javier Mariscal

Since the early 1980s, Spanish designer Javier Mariscal has been known for his expressive flair for colour, movement and personality. onoffice caught up with him

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Barcelona bank by Isabel Lopez

“This is not like a conventional office like Sevil Peach’s Vitra office, where it is all open. The client wanted individual rooms,” says Marta Alonso,

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Andalusian Energy Agency by Ruiz-Larrea & Asociados

The French expression a priori (roughly translated as “at first glance”, or “with preconceptions”) is a dirty word for César Ruiz-Larrea, of Madrid-based architecture practice



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