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Gonzalo Milá
Gonzalo Milá was born in 1967 and studied architecture in Barcelona. He started working at the same time in the interior and industrial design studio of Miguel Mil...more
David Chipperfield
Architect David Chipperfield was born in London in 1953. He studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, where he gr...more
Luco
LUCO BANCO and LUCO SILLA feature a simple, comfortable design that integrates well into the landscape or interface spaces midway between interiors and exteriors. ...more
Utsep System
Film: UTSEP Project 125 Anniversary
UTSEP SYSTE...
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Ful
FUL is a street light series with a conical section and variable curvature, providing considerable freedom to optimise their orientation and create a formal result...more
Energy Dome
The Energy Dome is configured on the basis of a semi-spherical volume to which a fragmentation process is applied (cuts and sectorizations), articulation (hinges),...more
Technological Institute of Viticulture and Enology
The Requena Enology Centre project expands the current facilities with a new annex. The façade skin is produced using conventional dark grey reinforced concrete pa...more
Vilablareix Urban Gardens
Vilablareix (Girona province) has planned for residential growth to the south of the old town centre. The characteristic productive landscape here is an mosaic of ...more

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