BCQ Arquitectes


David Baena and Toni Casamor studied at the Vallès School of Architecture. After a period of collaboration with other professional offices, they began to focus entirely on the academic and independent professional front. 

Toni Casamor has been a Projects Lecturer at the Zürich School of Architecture, Associate Lecturer at the Town and Territorial Planning Department of the Vallès School of Architecture (UPC) and Lecturer in the Landscape Architecture post-graduate master course at the Barcelona School of Architecture. In May 2010, he was elected as Barcelona Demarcation Chairperson of the Catalonia Official College of Architects. 

David Baena is currently Director of the Technical Area and Lecturer in Construction at the Catalonia International University (UIC) School of Architecture. From 2003 to 2005, he directed the Professional Guidance course at the Sert School, run by the Catalonia College of Architects. Both architects have been Associate Lecturers in architectural projects at the Facoltà di Architettura di Alghero (2005-2009). In 1991 they set up BCQ, a project workshop focusing on architecture, landscaping and urban planning, which currently employs 19 professionals, including associate architects, surveyors, landscape architects, architectural project directors, consultants and administration staff.

BCQ designed the project for the Sant Adrià del Besòs Sports Harbour, Port Fòrum 2004. Other representative project include Villa de Madrid Square in Ciutat Vella, Barcelona, Royal Yacht Club of Tarragona Head Office, Indoor pool in Sada and Cambre, Coruña University Building on the Montilivi Campus, Girona University Schools in Barcelona, Dosrius, Sant Cebrià de Vallalta, Güell Colony in Santa Coloma de Cervelló and Alguaire, Municipal Brigades Building in Santa Perpètua de Mogoda, housing projects in Barcelona, Pallejà, Badalona and Reus Friendship Plaza in El Prat de LLobregat. Projects designed by BCQ have been published in specialist architecture and planning publications and magazines in Spain and abroad. They have also been invited to present their work at a number of conferences and seminars at major Schools of Architecture. They have been finalists for several FAD awards, winners of the 2002 AJAC Award for their Sada and Cambre indoor pool building, and the 2003 Vallés Architecture Biennale First Prize for their Municipal Brigades Building in Santa Perpètua de Mogoda. In 2005, they were nominated for the sixth Decade Prize (1995-2005) for the Juan Manuel Zafra School in Barcelona.

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