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Parc Pintor Vila Closes, Manresa, Spain, David Closes

Parc Pintor Vila Closes

Text description provided by the architects. This modestly-sized park is located in a dense neighborhood of the Catalan city of Manresa, lacking in greenery. With the proposed topographic configuration, and especially with the location of the most characteristic park structures (the umbracles and pergolas), the goal  is to split the […]

Showroom Plicosa, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Miel Arquitectos

Showroom Plicosa

Text description provided by the architects. Showroom Plicosa is in essence a palm tree, hut and lounger… a display of outdoor furniture for wholesalers, a space to sell outdoors comfort to those who know how best to sell it to us. It is able to change each season without ever losing its primordial condition, being outside as a sufficiently abstract space […]

Casa Forbes, Costa d'en Blanes, Spain, Miel Arquitectos

Casa Forbes

Text description provided by the architects. A hillside of Costa d’en Blanes is the location of this house which has views over the entire Bay of Palma. In the way in which the hanging gardens of Babylon built a domesticated natural environment, the Casa Forbes provides the necessary horizontality in […]

Casa Forbes, Can Pastilla, Spain, Miel Arquitectos

Casa es Carnatge

Text description provided by the architects. The materiality and formal logic of this single house are drawn from its location. Casa es Carnatge sits in front of the abandoned stone quarries of Son Mosson at the Palma Bay. Through a double stone skin facade we abstract inhabiting of the noise […]

Piso Pere IV 44

Text description provided by the architects. The idea of Piso Pere IV 44 was to use it as a tourist apartment for short but vibrant stays. Built-in wardrobe-desks are included in each one of the two, white and calm, double bedrooms. The bathroom has a burgundy technical floor. It is […]

Piso Parlament 19, Barcelona, Spain, Miel Arquitectos

Piso Parlament 19

Text description provided by the architects. The begining of this project, named Piso Parlament 19, was two windows looking at a party wall as the point of inflection, the time when serendipity arises, changes and directs everything. The architects decided to add to their usual strategy of ergonomic dodges a […]