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BAAS arquitectura is an architecture, urban planning and interior design studio formed by an expert team of architects and designers who work along with an extensive network of highly-specialized consultants.
Founded in 1994, thanks to the many projects developed throughout these years the studio has gained vast experience that has earned it a host of prestigious Awards (FAD Awards, Ciutat de Barcelona 2009) and coverage in specialist journals (Architectural Review, El Croquis, A+U, Casabella, etc.)
The work carried out at BAAS arquitectura strive to meet and solve, simply but also sophisticatedly, the complex requirements that each project lays down by constructing useful and appropriate buildings to a high technical level and without eschewing the expressiveness and emotion that the finest architecture is capable of transmitting. Architecture that advocates the continuity of tradition and context whilst fully committed to respecting the environment.
On the past years, BAAS arquitectura has acquired expertise in rehabilitation projects, both refurbishing existing office buildings as well as heritage listed constructions.
The studio divided into independent teams which carry out projects from the tender stage right through to their actual construction.
BAAS arquitectura is divided into independent teams which carry out projects from the tender stage right through to their actual construction. BAAS has held ISO 9001 quality certification since 2007. The architecture studio BAAS has won various Awards for its buildings (FAD Awards, Ciudat de Barcelona Prize 2009…) and It has been featured in numerous specialist publications (Architectural Review, El Croquis, A+U, Casabella, etc.)
Jordi Badia (Barcelona, 1961) graduated in architecture from the ETSAB (Barcelona School of Architecture) in 1989. Founder and director of the BAAS architecture studio, Jordi Badia combines his professional task of an architect with that of a professor at the Department of Architectural Projects at ETSAB (2001-present). He also contributes to the ARA newspaper (2010-present) and is the editor of the architecture blog www.hicarquitectura.com since 2009. Along with Félix Arranz, he was the curator of the Catalan and Balearic pavilion at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale 2012.