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In this first stage, the catalogue focuses on the modern and contemporary architecture designed and built between 1832 –year of construction of the first industrial chimney in Barcelona that we establish as the beginning of modernity– until today.

The project is born to make the architecture more accessible both to professionals and to the citizens through a website that is going to be updated and extended. Contemporary works of greater general interest will be incorporated, always with a necessary historical perspective, while gradually adding works from our past, with the ambitious objective of understanding a greater documented period.

The collection feeds from multiple sources, mainly from the generosity of architectural and photographic studios, as well as the large amount of excellent historical and reference editorial projects, such as architectural guides, magazines, monographs and other publications. It also takes into consideration all the reference sources from the various branches and associated entities with the COAC and other collaborating entities related to the architectural and design fields, in its maximum spectrum.

Special mention should be made of the incorporation of vast documentation from the COAC Historical Archive which, thanks to its documental richness, provides a large amount of valuable –and in some cases unpublished– graphic documentation.

The rigour and criteria for selection of the works has been stablished by a Documental Commission, formed by the COAC’s Culture Spokesperson, the director of the COAC Historical Archive, the directors of the COAC Digital Archive, and professionals and other external experts from all the territorial sections that look after to offer a transversal view of the current and past architectural landscape around the territory.

The determination of this project is to become the largest digital collection about Catalan architecture; a key tool of exemplar information and documentation about architecture, which turns into a local and international referent, for the way to explain and show the architectural heritage of a territory.

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2019-2024 Aureli Mora i Omar Ornaque

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2019-2024 Ramon Faura Carolina B. Garcia Eduard Callís Francesc Rafat Pau Albert Antoni López Daufí Joan Falgueras Mercè Bosch Jaume Farreny Anton Pàmies Juan Manuel Zaguirre Josep Ferrando Fernando Marzá Moisés Puente Aureli Mora Omar Ornaque

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2019-2024 Lluis Andreu Sergi Ballester Maria Jesús Quintero Lucía M. Villodres

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2019-2024 Helena Cepeda Inès Martinel

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Generalitat de Catalunya. Departament de Cultura

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Museu del Disseny de Barcelona

 

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Estudi d’arquitectura i disseny fundat el 1964 i format per Lluís Clotet, Pep Bonet, Christian Cirici i Óscar Tusquets nascuts a Barcelona el 1941. Van compartir espai i treball, formant-se dos parelles Clotet-Tusquets i Bonet-Cirici. L’any 1972 fundaren, amb altres arquitectes BD Bcn Design. Guanyadors de diversos premis FAD i Premi Nacional de Restauració per la Casa Thomas (1979)

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  1. Bar and Annexes of the Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat Student Residence

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Bar and Annexes of the Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat Student Residence

    It consists of a space with high ceilings, generous dimensions and it is presided over by an ordered series of pillars, beams and large windows which were fragmented and organised to allow diverse environments. The main element of the intervention was a partition of different heights that sought in its broken geometry the floor’s maximum stability. It was a kind of complex screen that contained windows, sliding curtains, sconces, washable plastic bands, corners, plinths and trims. This initial exercise already shows a way of doing things that will be present in many of the later works. Concern for comfort, care for the construction no matter how simple and the assessment of the place where it is intervened were the guides that accompanied the project on its way to reach a form, which from the beginning was wanted more as a consequence that as something determinant. From the perspective of this work, fifty years later it is easy to detect the cultural world from which it received so many fundamental influences. The admired Italian architects of the time were then dedicated to recovering aspects forgotten by the early avant-garde, to consequently expanding the vocabulary used by them, to rescuing ornamentation as an expression of the construction process, to considering the aging of things, to taking into account the environment as a priority... and all this was very interesting, and their works were just a few kilometers away.
  2. Sonor Shop

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Sonor Shop

    The premises consisted of a ground floor and a basement and were part of a building with a great disorder in structure and facilities. The project, unable to take advantage of that neglected landscape, proposed the creation of a new interior space defined by a new envelope that embraced it and that ran completely independent of the rugged perimeter of the premises. The first tentative drawing consisted of a first overlay of a triangular plot on casual geometries and how it changed scale to suit what was to be hidden or surrounded. A drawing that expressed the search for a strategy that was intended to be general for that type of situation. The plot ended up being orthogonal and was applied to both the walls and the ceilings and floors. From the street, the built-up enclosure was seen from the outside protruding between the pillars of the building without touching them. Its appearance revealed the whole strategy of the operation, as if it were as interested in playing games as in explaining the trick.
  3. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner. Category: Interior Design
    Sonor Shop

  4. Installations Consultancy of the Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC)

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Installations Consultancy of the Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC)

    The offices take up the entire top floor of a building intended for offices, with a trapezoidal plan and three façades built on the basis of a fiber cement sill, while the rest is made entirely of glass. The structure is based on metal portals. The office program to be installed on that free floor consisted of a reception, a secretary, a meeting room, a visiting room, two offices intended for technicians, an office for an administrator, a library, a draftsman's room and health services for employees and the public. An air conditioning system had to be installed for all the rooms for the summer. In the whole distribution, the existing façade was an important condition, which due to the type and dimensions of the openings, only normally allowed and in a façade perimeter of 40 metres the delivery of dividing partitions in 8 fixed points. Another condition was the pillars of the structure, which, due to their situation in the plan, made it difficult to build partitions precisely at those points where deliveries with the external enclosure were easier. The third condition was to obtain some natural lighting even for the spaces that remained inside and did not receive direct light from the outside. Using a special profile to solve the delivery of the partitions with the façade carpentry, the possible delivery points were increased; and by retracting the dividing walls forming angled windows in each displacement, it was possible to separate the structure of the partitions and give some natural lighting even to the reception, which is the innermost space of the offices. To visually isolate the offices from the outside, protect them from the summer sun, and make the installation of air conditioning as economical as possible, the entire façade has been protected with "American" type windows of white plastic, which separated in their lower part from the face of the façade, create an air chamber between the shutters and the façade, very favourable to avoid a higher heat transmission. To allow the passage of the air conditioning conductors, the false ceiling of the rooms that ventilate directly to the outside have been placed at a higher level than the rest, and between both levels the grilles of air expulsion have been placed. All the rooms in the program are closed spaces except the secretariat, which is separated from the outside only by a counter and a wardrobe hanging from the upper floor and which visually isolates both environments. All the doors, except for the sanitary ones, are of acid-treated glass to give greater illumination to the interior rooms while preserving privacy. In the partitions and during their construction, drilled metal profiles were placed that serve as supports for most of the office furniture.
  5. Ibars Offices

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Ibars Offices

    The project shows great harmony, admiration and respect for the building. The new entrance gap from the street was achieved with a simple removal of the lintel that separated two overlapping windows and was underlined with a light canopy and a discreet dimly lit brass plate. The gate decreased in height to the size of the wall and was able to join the upper arch neatly. The old mahogany doors were preserved and in their new locations they tried to highlight them as elements of interest. Window grilles and carpentry were also preserved. The old moldings, sometimes cut by the new partitions, remained as a witness to previous distributions and the glass cards allowed to contemplate this game from any point of the offices. The new air ducts, free and hanging from the sky, did not conflict with all this. Nothing was thrown away; everything was taken advantage of. It was an exercise in overlaying layers with the pretense that the last one did not cover the previous one. A Pentimento, an exhibition of heterogeneous elements that reflected different moments and sensibilities. A desire to help not lose memory.
  6. 'ÒRIM, otro' Joan Miró's Exhibition and Mural at the Architects' Association of Catalonia (COAC)

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    'ÒRIM, otro' Joan Miró's Exhibition and Mural at the Architects' Association of Catalonia (COAC)

    It was the end of 1968 when the partner architects of Studio PER (Pep Bonet, Cristian Cirici, Lluís Clotet and Oscar Tusquets), who had just turned twenty-seven, received a commission from the College of Architects of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands to write and edit a counter-exhibition at the school headquarters - which we titled Orim, otro (Miró written backwards) - of the anthological exhibition organised by Barcelona City Council in the Gothic part of the old Hospital de la Santa Creu. Despite the difficulties that the dictatorship of General Franco posed for opening up abroad, we felt very close to the events of May 1968 in Paris. Barcelona was, at that time, a more cosmopolitan city than it is now, because it is still a city in which its tourist success is diluting its personality. We keep an indelible memory of those months in which we were working on the project, advised by Joan Brossa, Alexandre Cirici, Pere Portabella, Joan Prats and Antoni Tàpies, and especially of the relationship with Joan Miró. During a dinner at the Reno, we presented our script to Joan Miró, asked him for an artistic intervention on the glass around the ground floor of the school and set a date to visit his studio in Mallorca and choose some original paintings that should be part of the exhibition. Oscar Tusquets and I went to Miró's studio. His house was pretty kitsch. A fishbowl on a kind of inner parterre was the most memorable architectural element of the living room, where we waited for him to come down from his bedroom. He apologized, saying that it was his wife Pilar’s territory, who chose his architect brother to carry out the project. He immediately led us to his studio, a building of great architectural quality and very much lived by Miró, full of his work in progress, clippings from magazines and newspapers and various objects of primitive African art. We were very impressed with the paintings he was working on. Our script proposed dividing the exhibition into two well-differentiated spaces, separated by the staircase that leads to the so-called Picasso Room and which we proposed to close laterally and above as if it were a steep tunnel. The lower space would be dedicated to Miró’s work from before the Civil War; and the space above, to post-war works. The stairwell between the two spaces would signify the dark times of the war, and a film that we commissioned to Pere Portabella would be shown. We designed the different nooks and crannies to put the paintings and objects in the exhibition, with the materials of the formwork that the construction company that we most appreciated in those days, and which has unfortunately disappeared from the market, selflessly provided us: Famadas, SA. In terms of content, although Miró, Prats and Tàpies offered us original works from their private collections, we only used the works that had the most didactic possibilities and a more contentious attitude. We were not interested in the great works; they could already be seen in the great exhibition of the Hospital de la Santa Creu. A large part of our exhibition consisted of a selection of enlarged photographs of fragments of paintings in which Miró’s symbolism was present, such as the female sex represented by genitalia or chaplains passing through the ring, as can be seen in the engravings of the Barcelona series. But our script also included asking Joan Miró to do some work on the glass that surrounds the ground floor of the headquarters of the College of Architects, in Nova Square. We imagined that, at best, he would paint his signature, but his enthusiastic response was to paint a mural in four colours and black. Each of the screenwriters was assigned a colour and he chose black, applied to the broom and to correct what we had to paint moments before. It was, in large dimensions, the same attitude that led Miró, in the last stage of his life as an artist, to paint on anonymous paintings that he bought in provincial exhibitions.
  7. Penina House

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Penina House

    In most of the so-called garden cities, of that romantic idea of living in a great palace isolated from the rest of the world and surrounded by nature, only its ridiculous caricature remains: small constructions surrounded by narrow strips a few metres wide and separated from the street and the neighbours by mandatory low and recessed fences that do not offer any type of privacy. In the case we are dealing with, the plot was small and triangular, a senseless cutout born of an unfortunate plot division. The Roman house, the Arab house, resting on the boundaries of the property, closed to the outside except in the entrance hall and open to one or several inner courtyards, intimate and silent, were intelligent compact building types, economic and which also defined precise and qualified public spaces. But all the regulations prevent this proven and admired model. The proposal for this house was born from the struggle between these opposites, it was born from trying to create a comfortable building despite having to be governed by rules that forced a model of occupying the territory so irrationally. The plan ended up adopting a filamentary shape, a succession of spaces connected by a long corridor that caused a disproportionate façade in relation to the built surface, and all in order to be able to define two open courtyards towards the south, to which all the dependencies faced through generous openings. The other façades were opaque and defined two long, narrow strips. The one facing the neighbour was used to access the surface parking lot and the one facing the street was given to the town and a public bank was built in it. Admirable clients.
  8. Historical Archive of the Architects' Association of Catalonia (COAC)

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Historical Archive of the Architects' Association of Catalonia (COAC)

    Our intention in this project was to make the equivalent of a Coca-Cola delivery truck in architecture: a container that is easy to identify and cleans up the chaos of a pile of boxes with bottles of different sizes, from the average to the family size. The space defined by the COACB building, enclosed by a curtain wall, in which the Historical Archive was to be installed, and our inability to design in a short time, and for a few units, filing cabinets for plans, pages, cards and slides as economic and effective as those of the market were essential at the time of making a decision. We will further explain both concepts. The location of a building with a curtain wall on an open floor was responsible for the position of the entire archive in the centre of the enclosure, with the peripheral circulations so as not to contradict a type of façade designed to free it from furniture. The curtain wall. The curtain wall of the existing façade was also responsible for raising the pavement to correct the defects of the building, which has a sill that is too high. On a more anecdotal level, it has been responsible for the dark tone of our intervention in contrast to the bright white of the pre-existing environment, as well as of the carpet that covers the new part in contrast to the existing parquet. After this project, and making a certain generalisation of our experience, we risk making the statement that the curtain wall has many possibilities in an office building. Recognising our inability to design and produce effective filing cabinets manually (by effective we understand that the drawers open and close smoothly), which were also transportable and at the same time could be expanded if the file grew, but without having to resort to the architects and artisans who had built them, we chose to select the set of filing cabinets that, in our opinion, were the best designed. We would like to point out that not even the most powerful manufacturers of office furniture have bothered to coordinate the sizes between filing cabinets intended for different uses, nor do the handles of all of them respond to the same design criteria. Our decision of using industrially produced file cabinets responds to an attitude in which we are particularly interested, because we believe it responds to a very simple case of what are the most important commissions in interior architecture. How can you design a supermarket without thinking that one of those huge fridges should be used for frozen products, cheese or milk? How can a bar be designed without thinking that inside there will be an Italian coffee machine full of fluorescent plastics, and without thinking that the owner will soon install a couple of jukeboxes between the tables? How is it possible to think about the design of an office if we forget that its image will be partly made up of filing cabinets, typewriters and Coca-Cola refrigerators? The result of this attitude is a certain visual chaos of filing cabinets of different sizes and with different handle systems. A chaos that we try to organise with the use of a single dark colour for all types of file cabinets and the introduction of cylindrical wooden shelves and supports that, solving the functional problem of work surfaces for those who work in the historical archive, introduce a visual order. Just as the neat pilasters of the Palazzo Taruffi maintain the monumentality of a building with asymmetrically arranged openings, the wooden cylinders in the corners of the Historical Archive are visually important enough to admit a certain chaos in the design and layout of the filing cabinets. To reassure functionalists, we will say that the function of these columns is to solve the problem of the corners that file cabinet manufacturers have not solved.
  9. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner. Category: Interior Design
    Historical Archive of the Architects' Association of Catalonia (COAC)

  10. Fullà House

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Fullà House

    The special relationship between the site’s boundaries and the alignments that define the inner courtyard of the island inevitably led to the appearance of a huge dividing wall presiding over the courtyard. With the intention of softening its presence, the whole building was treated with the same material and the same construction resources as those used in the traditional partitions of Barcelona. The pretension, no doubt optimistic, was that the neighbours who lived in the houses that opened onto the courtyard would not perceive that the building turned its back on them, but would show them a façade like those facing the street. Many concerns are noted in the project at the same time: resolving access to housing through a single and generous space that provided a meeting place for residents; mixing the maximum number of types and sizes of housing to encourage the diversity of occupants; exploring the possibilities of penthouses when they are not considered simple additions to a projected building without them; giving privacy and diminishing the exaggerated surface of its terraces run through skylights that gave zenithal light to the floors inferior; radically interior kitchens and bathrooms with forced extractions...
  11. Ancla Roja Apartments

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Ancla Roja Apartments

    L'edifici evidenciava una sèrie de reflexions sobre les terrasses, un element omnipresent en l'entorn i tractat normalment amb molt poca consideració. Moltes de les decisions que sobre elles llavors es van prendre les podem veure repetides en obres posteriors. L'escassa amplada permesa per les ordenances va ser la causa que es desplacessin a les cantonades buscant en el gir uns espais més generosos. Per fer-les còmodes se les va protegir de vent, de sol i de les mirades indiscretes. La seva estructura de pilars i jàsseres de formigó va facilitar l'obertura d'uns buits generosos en les quatre cantonades de la massissa caixa d'obra de manera que es van convertir en una generosa prolongació de l'interior. La resta de les dependències ventilaven i s'il·luminaven mitjançant petites finestres obertes al mur. El tractament esglaonat de les dues plantes superiors va facilitar la relació de l'obra amb les diferents alçades dels edificis veïns.
  12. Gil Sala House

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Gil Sala House

    The straight street with a constant width was defined by continuous façade planes parallel to the sidewalks. Some buildings were recessed to form open courtyards between them, but the ground floor always maintained the alignment so as not to weaken the layout of the street. The laws of formation of the strict urban void, few and clear, allowed a great freedom of sizes and languages of the architectures that embraced it, and the result of the long continuous façades took the form of enormous and complex collages. The proposal used this way of relating fragments, so present in the neighbourhood and in the city, as a mechanism for resolving the building itself. The addition was gently placed on the ground floor just as the different houses did with each other. The project did not seek to treat the building as a stylistic unit and that is why the language of novelty was sought so different from that of the preserved. The project did not modify or tidy up the old one, did not erase clues, left it intact as a witness to other stories, accepted it in the game and treated it as another component of the urban puzzle.
  13. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner. Category: Interior Design
    Aerojet Express Travel Agency

  14. FAD Award

    Finalist. Category: Architecture
    Gil Sala House

  15. FAD Award

    Finalist. Category: Architecture
    Fullà House

  16. Aerojet Express Travel Agency

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Aerojet Express Travel Agency

    Aquellos bajos con una digna fachada habían acogido anteriormente una tienda de electrodomésticos decorada con falsas columnas, jácenas y arcos de yeso que escondían y ordenaban estructura e instalaciones. Una estrategia parecida a la aplicada en Sonor pero con un lenguaje distinto. Se usaron los colores blanquiazules para realzar alguno de esos elementos y dejar a otros en un segundo plano, de modo que emergió visualmente un exento y esbelto templete que se convirtió en el protagonista de la intervención. Todo el resto de la operación se organizó para que esta elección se entendiera. Unos focos hacia arriba le iluminaban como si de un monumento se tratara. Los huecos de la fachada se cuidaron de forma que desde la calle nada impidiera su visión y por ese motivo los carteles característicos de estas agencias se trasladaron a un biombo situado en el fondo de la tienda. Unos espejos verticales se colocaron a derecha e izquierda de los grandes ventanales en una posición radial que subrayaba su centralidad, al tiempo que ofrecían una llamativa visión caleidoscópica y distorsionada desde la calle. También desde el interior el movimiento de la ciudad se convertía en desconcertante. Unas luces horizontales entre los espejos se encendían y se apagaban fingiendo un movimiento de dentro afuera en clara referencia a imágenes conocidas de espectáculos y mundos en aquella época lejanos. 462.Those basements with a dignified façade had previously housed an appliance store decorated with false columns, girders, and plaster arches that hid and ordered structure and facilities. A strategy similar to the one applied in Sonor but with a different language. The colours white and blue were used to enhance some of those elements and leave others in the background, so that a free and slender temple emerged visually and became the protagonist of the intervention. The rest of the operation was organised so that this choice would be understood. Upward lights illuminated it as if it were a monument. The gaps in the façade were taken care of so that nothing could impede their view from the street, and for this reason the characteristic posters of these agencies were moved to a screen located at the back of the store. Vertical mirrors were placed to the right and left of the large windows in a radial position that emphasised their centrality, while offering a striking kaleidoscopic, distorted view from the street. Also, the movement of the city became disconcerting from the inside. Horizontal lights in the mirrors lit up and went out, feigning an inward-outward motion in clear reference to familiar images of spectacles and distant worlds at the time.
  17. Union Lloyd Maritime Travel Agency

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Union Lloyd Maritime Travel Agency

    A long, narrow space linked the street with the block’s inner courtyard. The project intended not to lose sight of the valuable light at the end of the tunnel and to visually enlarge the width of the premises. A mirror covered the entire wall on one side and a series of cutouts allowed access to some rooms behind. Some accesses that were not hidden and that instead were used to show the game of misunderstandings that the intervention proposed.
  18. Regàs House

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Regàs House

    Aquell esplèndid paratge estava presidit per una petita masia en molt mal estat i situada, com gairebé sempre, en el millor lloc i orientada de la millor manera. La seva grandària impedia que pogués acollir el nou programa, però el projecte no va dubtar en conservar-la i apropiar-se d'ella, d'usar-la com a part integrant de la nova proposta i de retre-li homenatge com a testimoni del passat. La nova edificació es va desenvolupar en dues plantes molt tancades a la tramuntana i obertes a sud. La superior va col·laborar amb la masia en la definició d'un espai intermedi molt protegit i la planta inferior va seguir el mateix esquema i també va viure d'un pati il·luminat i ventilat zenitalment. Un petit apartament per al servei, situat en una posició lleugerament apartada, es va plantejar de la mateixa manera. Les façanes eren ortogonals i seguien les directrius de l'antiga construcció a la zona de definició dels patis, i eren sinuoses a la manera dels bancals dels camps veïns en les restants. Es va buscar així respectar la vella masia utilitzant geometries que no l'desdibuixessin. El tractament de l'interior va evidenciar l'admiració per les cases tradicionals japoneses que tant podien utilitzar-se com un espai únic com compartimentar a voluntat en habitacions tancades i independents. Gairebé totes les divisions eren plegables i paradoxalment aquesta llibertat va conviure amb un tractament totalment rígid del mobiliari. Llits, taules i prestatgeries, totes elles d'obra, no es podien moure ni usar-se d'una altra manera a la prevista.
  19. Georgina Belvedere

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Georgina Belvedere

    Afegir un habitatge de 60 m² a un paratge tan bonic i tan a prop de l'aïllada casa Regàs no era fàcil i difícilment podia millorar el lloc. D'haver trobat alguna antiga construcció que formés part d'aquell paisatge, que coincidís més o menys amb la mida que interessava i que fos relativament fàcil d'adaptar al nou ús, hagués estat una sort enorme perquè tot hagués quedat resolt. El projecte va arrencar quan va optar per fer realitat aquest somni: es va construir un belvedere d'estil neoclàssic popular com si d'un objecte preexistent i anònim es tractés i al mateix temps es va modificar per adequar-lo al programa requerit. Les petjades de les simulades reformes van deixar pistes a tot arreu i van ajudar a descobrir de què tractava el joc: fer veure una obra en dos temps quan en realitat tot era simultani.
  20. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner. Category: Interior Design
    Manufactures Llambés

  21. FAD Award

    Finalist. Category: Interior Design
    Match Shop

  22. Tapisseries Profitós Factory

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Tapisseries Profitós Factory

    Our architectural proposal integrated in a single building the different types of space needed both for the integral manufacture of upholstered furniture and for the administration of the company itself and the marketing of its products. The external expression of the spatial requirements of the various activities that had to be carried out in the building is evident in the different free heights of the various sectors, as well as in the treatment of natural light based on large windows in the façade area in which the offices are located, and groups of four modular skylights to capture overhead light in the workshop area, and finally the total absence of natural light in the materials and finished product storage area. The triangular shape in plan is worth noting, with its hypotenuse aligned with the access road, as the most effective to allow the future growth of the building without having to modify its accesses, nor its façade, and not having to interrupt the activity while the hypothetical expansion works lasted. Unfortunately, a fire put an end to the building we had designed.
  23. Bricall House 1 and 2

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Bricall House 1 and 2

    The house was designed as a second residence and was built on what had been the garden of a modernist house on the sea front. At the time, it was one of the first buildings in a half-developed street that was being formed at the borders of the gardens and exits of the houses on the sea front. Precisely the lack of defined environmental pre-existences, in a street that has evolved in a chaotic way in which blocks of up to seven floors are juxtaposed with single-family homes of ground floor and main floor, led us to consider the house as a construction separated from the neighbours and facing the block’s interior garden. The different spaces of the functional programme are located at different levels, which in a certain way are the landings of the scale of the vertical communication. The stairs take such a prominent place that, up to the bottom of the service staircase that goes up to the roof, it forms a complex roof of the dining room that is located below it. A few years later, we had the opportunity to grow the volume of the house, with the addition of two duplex apartments, with terraces and a swimming pool, forming a new set designed with the same formal language.
  24. Puig i Cadafalch Residential Street Block

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Puig i Cadafalch Residential Street Block

    A high voltage line forced the definition of a protection zone parallel to one of the streets and displaced the built volume so that from this restriction a generous semi-public space was organised which was treated as a vestibule of the two important vertical accesses to the homes. Its proximity and openness to the street and its visual relationship with a large avenue in front of it gave it greater breadth and a better connection with the city. The project can be seen as an effort to adapt the simple model of the block to a complex plot of a Mediterranean city in which the corners are fundamental. The relationship between the components, the small gestures in the headers and some change in the width of the blocks allowed the construction to help define the surrounding streets, which were not orthogonal to each other. It was a work that continued with the concern for the generous and dignified dimensions of the common accesses, and in which the desire to offer maximum freedom in the use of the homes appeared for the first time, conceived as rectangular spaces in plan, free of any accident structural or facilities and with gaps in the façade that did not predetermine any use and allowed them all.
  25. Kuijlaars House

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Kuijlaars House

    The house is accessed through the roof, which is connected to the street by a small bridge that allows the passage of vehicles. A cover protects cars parked under it from the sun and rain. The view of the house from the street is that of a large surface with rounded corners with several exempt and very light elements on it, reminiscent of a beach bar. The view of the house from the valley is a rather large white volume of about four floors high, which juts out from among a pine forest.
  26. Rognoni House

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Rognoni House

    A plot of difficult geometry located in a conventional garden-city. Two houses for two brothers with a separate guest area common to both. The planning had provided for an extension of the street which forced the building to be cornered in the southern corner of the plot and it determined the triangular shape of the plant which ended up practically coinciding with the only surface where it could be built. In this project the narrow strips of forced separation with the neighbours were also intended as car parking and pedestrian access to the homes, which opened towards the private garden inevitably located to the north. Patios and skylights sought the sun and southern light.
  27. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner. Category: Architecture
    Rognoni House

  28. Jaume Mimó i Llobet 14-16 Dwellings

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Jaume Mimó i Llobet 14-16 Dwellings

    The project collects the experience of the apartments previously designed in Carrer Mozart in Sant Cugat. Each apartment is structured around a central space that allows it to be used virtually as a single space or as a set of independent rooms. In this case, the complex is organised in two blocks that leave a central semi-public space, so that the block facing the street follows the curve of the alignment, in order to restore a certain urban dimension. In addition, the possibility of building at a higher height allows for studios on the top floor. The apartments are accessed from the ground floor, and the studios are accessed from a metal gallery. This allows you to experience the central space from all levels. On the outside of both blocks there are private gardens linked to the apartments. The studios have their own spacious terrace, which allows it to be used as a garden.
  29. La Balsa Restaurant

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    La Balsa Restaurant

    A magnificent, irrigated pond became a restaurant and the project tried not to alter it and highlight the old tank. The new access, the kitchens, the auxiliary outbuildings and a small apartment around a courtyard, were located where the water used to be. A free pavilion was built above in the manner of many beach bars, leaving some generous perimeter terraces. Its light and wooden construction was intended to be the counterpoint to the heavy, masonry construction that surrounded it.
  30. Costa Brava Golf Club

    Studio PER, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Costa Brava Golf Club

    La urbanització d'aquest club de golf era poc habitual en el nostre país. El tamany dels solars era acceptable. La gespa dels "carrers" del camp s'estenia sense interrupció pels jardins sense estacades dels xalets veïns. Vam decidir seguir els suggeriments que aquest entorn insòlit aportava. Al jardí continuava la gespa del golf. Plantaríem més alzines i pins com els que cobreixen les muntanyes veïnes. Només hi introduiríem una fila regular d'arbres de fulla caduca enfront de la façana de sol, dos pollancres i algunes flors als patis triangulars, i dos llorers magnifics per donar una mica d'intimitat a l'entrada. Una glorieta al límit del solar, lligada al mur de contenció, seria coberta amb una glicínia. La casa i la piscina, amb el seu annex, serien com una sèrie de rectangles simples de construcció tradicional. La manera de maclar aquests elements ens permetria adaptar-nos al terreny i crear uns espais oberts protegits del vent i de les vistes del carrer. Els materials emprats són: murs de càrrega de doble paret de 15 cms. de maó vist pintat de blanc a I'exterior i a I'interior; cercol de formigó vist formant jàsseres; rajola manual sense pintar en les pilastres exteriors; paviment interior de ceràmica vidriada; paviment exterior de pedra irregular de Banyoles; escales exteriors del mateix material; escales interiors en fusta de freixe; fusteria exterior amb corredores d'alumini; fusteria interior de fusta; coberta inclinada de bigues pretensades; cel ras encadellat de fusta de Flandes; teules arabs antigues; volada formada per plaques de formigó; claraboies amb teula de vidre a I'exterior i vidre opali a l'interior, amb il.luminació artificial entre ambdues.
  31. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner. Category: Restoration
    BD Ediciones de Diseño Store in Thomas House

  32. FAD Award

    Award-Winner / Winner (ex aequo). Category: Architecture
    La Balsa Restaurant

  33. Mozart-Fortuny Apartments

    Studio PER, Lluís Clotet i Ballús, Oscar Tusquets Blanca

    Mozart-Fortuny Apartments

    Neither the small size of the plot, nor its excessive slope, nor its geometry in plan, nor the number of apartments that could and therefore had to be built, made it possible to find the slightest gap in which to improve the volumetric implementation that the editor of the ordinances had decided. The project only found the freedom to paint everything a camouflage green to ensure that everything happened as unnoticed as possible in the middle of that landscape in which discreet and endearing summer towers appeared from the middle of the last century. The effort was concentrated on the interior organisation. It was decided that each apartment, even if it was only 90 m2, would be developed vertically so that everyone could enjoy direct contact with the garden. They were single-wall dwellings, an elementary construction system that the work tried to clearly explain, which were organised from a central void, covered and illuminated from above. On one side there was the staircase that gave access to a series of rooms, all of the same dimension and separated from the void by means of folding doors. The lights and cross ventilations, the game of the multiple possible compartments and the empty façades that did not want to favour predetermined uses, gave great freedom to those small interiors. The users responded with enormous imagination to what the building offered them and the different and unforeseen ways in which those 12 identical apartments were experienced would have deserved a documented study. A few years after they were inaugurated, auxiliary buildings and a community pool were built on an adjacent plot. A wall became the element that organised the extension by radically separating the world of storage rooms treated in the manner of neighbouring apartments, from the brightness and luminosity of the tiles and water. Of the orderly series of doors that led to the pool, one gave access to the changing rooms, others were false, another one was a mirror that simulated a void, and a final one communicated to the outside, to one of the apartment’s courtyards.
  34. BD Ediciones de Diseño Store in Thomas House

    Studio PER, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    BD Ediciones de Diseño Store in Thomas House

    Thomas House’s basements were completely abandoned in early spring 1979. The façade was full of election posters and the windows were broken and full of dust. Inside, benches of machines had already been sold at the railroad; fallen railings and skylights had been completely broken or replaced by a slab of ceramic material; and there were half-demolished partitions to facilitate the filming of “The Savolta Case”. The industrial decline of Catalonia has also had its positive aspects. If the partitions, cabinets and stained glass windows in coloured leaded glass and the ceilings designed by Lluís Doménech i Montaner are still preserved, it is because the heirs of Joseph Thomas did not have enough money to replace them with “modular partitions of aluminum” and an “Armstrong” roof. In the restoration and installation works of the B.D. headquarters, on the ground floor of Thomas House, we have not mimetically repeated any broken or worn elements, we have basically cleaned it up, in the most prosaic sense of the term. We used some of the existing closet doors to close the holes in some new partitions we built to separate the warehouse from the exhibit. We changed the beginning of the staircase that connects the two floors. We have replaced an old translucent glass skylight with a new clear glass one that shows the sgraffito and stained glass in the inner courtyard. We changed the floor, which we think replaced an old skylight with a skylight like the original. We laid a carpet with our anagram as the pavement of all the areas destroyed by the benches of the machines. And to insulate ourselves from street noise and protect the stained, glass windows on the façade, we have installed a luna security that protects the outside, such as a display case, grilles and stained, glass windows. It was the detail that we cared about the most and the element that compared it to its cost that solved most problems for us. It is also the intervention that best expresses our attitude towards monuments.
  35. House in El Maresme

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    House in El Maresme

    This house, initially designed as a family residence, has subsequently been subjected to several extensions and the landscaping of the outdoor space that surrounds it, which were not initially contemplated in order not to exceed a limited budget. No architectural separation has been built between the area used as a private garden and the rest of the property for agricultural use. The entire programme is developed on a single T-shaped plan, with the arms oriented towards the south. The façade is protected from the summer sun by a sloped roof porch, which is the extension of the roof on two tiled slopes of the whole house. It is built based on two sheets of brick walls, the exterior has a natural colour and the interior is painted white. The tiled roof rests on wooden beams, which at the same time rest on the interior brick wall. Bathrooms and kitchens are partially covered with broken pieces of marble.
  36. Cadí Tunnel Maintenance and Control Building

    Studio PER, Pep Bonet Bertran, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Cadí Tunnel Maintenance and Control Building

    Emplaçament L’edifici es troba en el municipi d’Urús, sobre la cota 1.200 i en el marge Est de la carretera d’accés al túnel, en el punt en que hi ha les cabines de peatge. Dit d’altre manera, es troba a uns 300 metres enllà, en sentit Cerdanya, de la boca Nord del Túnel del Cadí. Programa funcional del centre de manteniment i control La part més important de l’edifici, està dedicada a facilitar el manteniment del túnel i accessos, així com les seves instal·lacions. Es tracta de: garatges per a guardar-hi els camions llevaneus, un gran magatzem per a la sal que s’utilitza per prevenir les glaçades sobre la carretera, i diferents magatzems més petits per a guardar material de reposició de ventiladors, làmpades de recanvi pels aparells d’enllumenat, i material mòbil de senyalització. Altres dependències de l’edifici, estan més lligades al control remot del que succeeix en el túnel pròpiament dit i en els seus accessos, així com a la mesura de les variables atmosfèriques, a partir de les quals es comanden automàticament les turbines destinades a renovar-ne l’aire. Finalment, també hi ha instal·lades les oficines administratives de l’empresa concessionària, i els serveis necessaris com a base operativa de peatgistes i mantenidors de les instal·lacions i de les vies de tràfic pròpiament dites. Descripció de l’edifici L'edifici s'ha projectat en el punt de trobada entre el pendent de les muntanyes que formen la Serra del Moixeró i una esplanada, formada artificialment per a ubicar-hi les cabines i barreres del peatge, de tal manera que l’edifici té una sola façana que mira envers l’esplanada, ja que la façana posterior és, de fet, un mur de contenció de la muntanya. En planta té una forma semblant a una clau de serreta, i és per això que en transcurs de la seva construcció, entre els encarregats els tècnics i la propietat, ens hi referíem com: ”La Clau". El cap circular està ocupat pels garatges, magatzems, tallers i el control. L'orifici central del cap, és un pati de maniobres pels vehicles. La part dentada està ocupada per les altres dependències citades anteriorment. El tractament formal de la coberta de l'edifici és el mateix que el de la muntanya, doncs es tracta d'una coberta plana del tipus invertit amb grava procedent de la mateixa muntanya i amb certes àrees plantades amb la mateixa vegetació de turó baix que pobla el terreny natural circumdant. Aquesta coberta camuflada, te només algunes intervencions més arquitectòniques com una claraboia continua entre el forjat i el mur de contenció del terreny i un gran lluernari centrat en l'espai d'accés a l'edifici. Els materials i les tècniques constructives L’estructura resistent de l’edifici, és íntegrament de formigó armat, a base de pilars i bigues formigonades “in situ”, i biguetes prefabricades en forma de π recolzades sobre les esmentades bigues. Amb aquesta solució mixta, vàrem aconseguir reduir el temps d’execució de l’obra, importància en un indret en el que als hiverns són freds i molts dies és impossible formigonar. En les façanes, les finestres amb fusteria d’alumini, estan muntades sobre pre-marcs d’acer. Les targes superiors són de pavès, i en les parts opaques el disseny de l’especejament, combina franges a base de blocs de formigó, amb franges de maó. A la plaça interior, dissenyada per a maniobrar els vehicles, les portes dels diferents magatzems i garatges que l’envolten, estan composades a base de triangles pintats de diferents colors, com una forma d’identificar-les. Ara fa vint anys Al refer el que vaig escriure en acabar l’edifici, ara fa vint anys, recordo amb nostàlgia la forma de dirigir les obres d’aquella època. Un cop a la setmana després de travessar la collada de Tosses, molt sovint nevada, ens trobàvem a peu d’obra: L’Andrés Alcolea que era l’encarregat, en Santiago Sardà, en representació de FOCSA, en Bernardo Monclús, en representació de la propietat, i jo mateix. I després d’una jornada intensa trepitjant l’obra i sense el destorb dels telèfons mòbils, anàvem junts a dinar, i a taula, continuaven les converses entorn a l’obra, en la que tots col·laboràvem positivament i amb entusiasme. En fi, uns dies molt diferents als de les visites d’obra actuals, gairebé sempre visites virtuals en el sentit de no acariciar els pilars i murs, i trepitjar els forjats, i que es desenvolupen al voltant d’una taula situada en una barraca prefabricada, i en les que gairebé només es parla dels informes rebuts de les diferents empreses de control, i de preus contradictoris.
  37. Rosés House

    Studio PER, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Rosés House

    In the summer of 1983, “Rosés House” – named after its first owners – was completely abandoned. The house was developed on four different levels: a semi-basement, a ground floor, a first floor and an attic. The total built area was close to 1,400m, and the cost of the repairs that had to be done as well as the maintenance of a house of such size was unfeasible for a single family, so a possibility was to subdivide it into several housing units. The semi-basement has been left as a common part that covers the building's facilities, a storage room for each house and a large common space. The ground floor, first floor and attic accommodate a house each. The attic of the building is the part where, internally, more reforms have been made. The functional change has been so radical that it has been essential to remove many dividing walls between spaces to recover the order of the structural brick walls.
  38. Gento Reservoir Floodgates

    Studio PER, Cristian Cirici i Alomar

    Gento Reservoir Floodgates

    La funció d'aquestes dues torres bessones, és la de regular la presa d'aigua que alimenta la Central Hidràulica Reversible de Sallente. A la part més alta d'ambdues torres hi ha instal.lats els quadres elèctrics i la sala de control. Aquesta s'il.lumina a través d'una finestra amb forma de copa que està orientada envers l'estany. L'accés de persones a la sala de control es fa per una escala de cargol exterior, i l'accés de maquinaria o dels recanvis, per una possible reparació, es fa mitjançant un polipast que te el seu extrem, ocult i protegit per una protuberància que tenen les portes. El pistó hidràulic que fa moure les comportes, emergeix per sobre de la coberta i està protegit per una carrosseria cilíndrica d'acer inoxidable.

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  • Axonometria de l'Arxiu Històric del Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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    Axonometria de l'Arxiu Històric del Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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  • Axonometria seccionada de les Cases Bricall 1 i 2.

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    Axonometria seccionada de les Cases Bricall 1 i 2.

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Gil Sala.

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Gil Sala.

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Gil Sala.

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Gil Sala.

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  • Perspectiva interior de l'estar de la Casa Regàs

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    Perspectiva interior de l'estar de la Casa Regàs

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'agència Viatges Aerojet Express.

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'agència Viatges Aerojet Express.

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior del Belvedere Georgina.

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    Perspectiva de l'interior del Belvedere Georgina.

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  • Perspectiva de l'exterior del Belvedere Georgina.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior del Belvedere Georgina.

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  • Perspectiva interior de l'estar de la Casa Regàs

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    Perspectiva interior de l'estar de la Casa Regàs

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  • Perspectiva de l'exterior del Belvedere Georgina.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior del Belvedere Georgina.

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'agència Viatges Aerojet Express.

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'agència Viatges Aerojet Express.

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  • Perspectiva interior de l'estar de la Casa Regàs

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    Perspectiva interior de l'estar de la Casa Regàs

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  • Esbós de la façana de l'agència Viatges Aerojet Express.

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    Esbós de la façana de l'agència Viatges Aerojet Express.

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  • Esbós de la passera de connexió dels Habitatges Jaume Mimó i Llobet.

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    Esbós de la passera de connexió dels Habitatges Jaume Mimó i Llobet.

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  • Esbós de la passera de connexió dels Habitatges Jaume Mimó i Llobet.

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    Esbós de la passera de connexió dels Habitatges Jaume Mimó i Llobet.

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  • Esbós de la passera de connexió dels Habitatges Jaume Mimó i Llobet.

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    Esbós de la passera de connexió dels Habitatges Jaume Mimó i Llobet.

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd..

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd..

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd..

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  • Cartell de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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    Cartell de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Exposició 'ÒRIM, otro' de Joan Miró al Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).

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  • Esbós de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd.

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    Esbós de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd.

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  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd.

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    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Agència de viatges marítims Unión Lloyd.

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  • Planta i secció la planta soterrani del Restaurant La Balsa.

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    Planta i secció la planta soterrani del Restaurant La Balsa.

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  • Planta general del Restaurant La Balsa.

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    Planta general del Restaurant La Balsa.

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  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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  • Secció i plànol de fusteries del Restaurant La Balsa.

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    Secció i plànol de fusteries del Restaurant La Balsa.

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  • Secció de detall del Restaurant La Balsa.

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    Secció de detall del Restaurant La Balsa.

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  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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  • Diagrama del volum i estructura del Restaurant La Balsa.

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    Diagrama del volum i estructura del Restaurant La Balsa.

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  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Ancla Roja.

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  • Perspectiva de l'entrada de les Oficines Ibars.

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    Perspectiva de l'entrada de les Oficines Ibars.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Planta conceptual prèvia de la Botiga Sonor

    Drawing

    Planta conceptual prèvia de la Botiga Sonor

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de les Oficines Ibars.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de detall de la barra del Bar del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de detall de la barra del Bar del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Botiga Sonor.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior del Bar i Sales Annexes del Col·legi Major Sant Raimon de Penyafort i Nostra Senyora de Montserrat.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'accés de les Oficines Ibars.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'accés de les Oficines Ibars.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del vestíbul d'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del vestíbul d'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del vestíbul d'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del vestíbul d'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del vestíbul d'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del vestíbul d'accés de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del nucli de comunicació de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del nucli de comunicació de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Fullà.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Fullà.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva seccionada de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva seccionada de l'interior dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Axonometria del conjunt dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    Drawing

    Axonometria del conjunt dels Apartaments Mozart-Fortuny.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Esbós del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Esbós del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Esbós de la façana dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Esbós de la façana dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva seccionada de l'interior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva seccionada de l'interior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Esbós del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Esbós del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del conjunt dels Apartaments 'El Colomer'.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva general de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch

    Drawing

    Perspectiva general de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Axonometria d'estudi de l'exterior de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Axonometria d'estudi de l'exterior de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva del nucli de comunicacions de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva del nucli de comunicacions de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de la façana posterior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de la façana posterior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de l'Illa de Cases Puig i Cadafalch.

    Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'accés del carrer de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'accés del carrer de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Alçat de l'exterior de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Alçat de l'exterior de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Planta d'estudi de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Planta d'estudi de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Axonometria de l'interior de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Axonometria de l'interior de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de la façana posterior de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de la façana posterior de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Penina.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Penina.

    © Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'exterior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

  • Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Drawing

    Perspectiva de l'interior de la Casa Rognoni.

    Fons Clotet, Tusquets, Paricio / Arxiu Històric del COAC

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