Posts Tagged: Barcelona

‘Into the Woods’

‘Into the Woods’ is an article published in rocagallery.com about engineered wood and its innovative application in the making of La Borda, a Barcelona housing cooperative recently completed by Lacol Arquitectura Cooperativa.

‘Into the Woods’

‘Into the Woods’ is an article published in rocagallery.com about engineered wood and its innovative application in the making of La Borda, a Barcelona housing cooperative recently completed by Lacol Arquitectura Cooperativa.

14 Proposals for an Urban Housing Cooperative above a Gym

A brief, 60 minute guerilla street exhibition of work by students of University of Calgary’s Barcelona term-abroad program on the partially boarded-up storefronts of the project site (Ronda Sant Pau 46).

14 Proposals for an Urban Housing Cooperative above a Gym

A brief, 60 minute guerilla street exhibition of work by students of University of Calgary’s Barcelona term-abroad program on the partially boarded-up storefronts of the project site (Ronda Sant Pau 46).

‘Inner Space’

‘Inner Space’ is a brief review of The Keenfolks‘ office / gallery in Barcelona by Guillermo Santomà in the November/December issue of Azure Magazine. Read text online here.

‘Inner Space’

‘Inner Space’ is a brief review of The Keenfolks‘ office / gallery in Barcelona by Guillermo Santomà in the November/December issue of Azure Magazine. Read text online here.

Low-Cost Flat Reno

For this small apartment renovation project in Barcelona’s Ciutat Vella district, an awkward and inefficient spatial organization was remedied by redistributing uses, consolidating daytime spaces, and reducing corridor length. A kitchen became a bathroom, while a small living room, a

Low-Cost Flat Reno

For this small apartment renovation project in Barcelona’s Ciutat Vella district, an awkward and inefficient spatial organization was remedied by redistributing uses, consolidating daytime spaces, and reducing corridor length. A kitchen became a bathroom, while a small living room, a

Door of Perception

“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.” -William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven

Door of Perception

“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.” -William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven

‘Size isn’t Everything’

‘Size isn’t Everything’ is a critical review of House E+M (a.k.a. house within a house) by Josep Ferrando Architecture in Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona published in Mark Magazine #57. Photos by Adrià Goula. Buy issue here or read article at

‘Size isn’t Everything’

‘Size isn’t Everything’ is a critical review of House E+M (a.k.a. house within a house) by Josep Ferrando Architecture in Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona published in Mark Magazine #57. Photos by Adrià Goula. Buy issue here or read article at

‘Brutal Underground’

Published in Mark Magazine # 54, ‘Brutal Underground’ is a review of three recently completed Barcelona metro stations by Garcés de Seta Bonet architects in which, I argue, a museological approach that “curates the art of civil engineering” can be seen to have been employed.

‘Brutal Underground’

Published in Mark Magazine # 54, ‘Brutal Underground’ is a review of three recently completed Barcelona metro stations by Garcés de Seta Bonet architects in which, I argue, a museological approach that “curates the art of civil engineering” can be seen to have been employed.