David Closes

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David ClosesDavid Closes. Catalan architect who was born in 1967. He studied architecture at the Escola d’Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB). He has worked mainly on urban scale projects, on public space projects and on territorial and landscape proposals for several public institutions. From 2004 to 2011, he has been Director of the Urban Projects Department of Manresa City Council.

Projects

• Urban planning of Santpedor south edge. Santpedor City Council. 1995

• Urban renewal of Santpedor road in Manresa. Manresa City Council. 1996. First phase executed in 1999 (Access to Camí de les Aigües). Work shortlisted at 2nd European Landscape Biennal Award, 2001. Work shortlisted at 2nd Architecture Biennal of Central Catalonia, 2001.

• Structuring public space city plan of Manresa. Manresa City Council. 1997-1998

• Montbou School at Santa Margarida de Montbui. Catalan Government. 2000-2004

• Urban renewal planning of Passeig Enric Sanchís area. Barcelona City Council. 2001

• Urban renewal plannig for the edges of Vall d’Hebron olimpic area (Bòbila de la Teixonera). Barcelona City Council. 2001

• Urban renewal plannig for the north edge of Tres Turons park (Rovira hill). Barcelona City Council. 2002

• Structural consolidation and roofs for the church of Sant Francesc convent. Santpedor City Council. 2005-2008

• Renewal of Valldaura Square and Camp d’Urgell Street in Manresa. Manresa City Council. 2005-2007. Work shortlisted at 5th Architecture Biennal of Central Catalonia, 2008. Work shortlisted at 5th European Landscape Biennal Award, 2008.

• Interchange railway station proposal at the south extension of Manresa (Reforma-Santa Caterina area). Manresa City Council. 2009

• Painter Vila Closes park. Manresa City Council. 2007-2009. Work shortlisted at 6th European Landscape Biennal Award, 2010.

• Urban renewal planning of Teixonera 2 area. Barcelona City Council. 2007

• Auditorium in the church of the Sant Francesc convent. Santpedor City Council. 2008-2011