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House of Culture in Entrambasaguas (Santander)

This architectural intervention by the architects Ana Ruiz de Apodaca and Carmen Pérez Díaz is the winning entry for a competition held by the Town of Entrambasaguas, a small town in the Spanish region Cantabria near Santander. The competion task was to design a House of Culture on a site located near the doctor’s office and the church, and its proposal was to create “a symbiosis between the open and the constructed space”.

The building is slightly rotated around the axis of the street and the doctor´s office, “creating three open spaces. The first one is a green carpet that welcomes visitors and gives the perspective of the building access. The second space is a car park located in a less visible area bounded by the medical center and the House of Culture itself, that allows for a shared use of the car park. The last one is a garden as an extension of the House of Culture, that hosts a a health park for the ealdery people and tree areas”.

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10 October, 2011 · Published in architecture photographer, architecture photography, architectural photography, architectural photographer, architectural photographer, new reports | Write a comment

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Interactive Museum of History of Lugo in Casabella

Italian magazine Casabella, in its 805 edition, publishes a wide selection of images from our report on the Interactive Museum of the History of Lugo, interventions by the architects Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano, that we mentioned in the previous entry. The critical and descriptive text is accompanied by a set of drawings (plants, sections and construction details) that facilitate the understanding of this complex underground intervention and establish a perfect dialogue with the photographs of the work, taken at various times, the aerial shots that describe its urban presence and detail images show construction materials and finishes.

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3 October, 2011 · Published in architecture photography, architectural photography, architectural photographer, architectural photographer, publications | Write a comment

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Public liberary in Ceuta. Work in progress

Biblioteca en Ceuta durante la construcción, arquitectos Paredes Pedrosa

Public Library in Ceuta: Construction site © Fernando Alda

Construction site photography is of great importance to our studio and we constantly try to overcome, by applying strong economic incentives, the reasons for not turning it into a widespread practice. The knowledge that it gives us both about the project, its space and basic ideas, puts us in an optimal position for the completion of final report. That record allows us to completely cover our concept of documentary architectural photography, providing valuable information for the various participants of the architectural process (administrations, invertors, architects, construction companies, specialists …), something that cannot always be done from the finish.

We are currently conducting follow-up documentation and photographic work in the new public library in Ceuta. The project by Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos won the architectural competition in 2007 and has been published by some media.

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16 September, 2011 · Published in Uncategorized, work in progress | Write a comment

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Water Museum in Lanjarón

Renovation of an old water mill, Lanjarón, Grenada

Text: Juan Domingo Santos, architect

Photography: Fernando Alda

The town of Lanjaron is located on the southern slope of Sierra Nevada. Known for its craftsmanship, the production of quality honey and its healing waters, it is one of the most renowned resorts in Spain.

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15 July, 2011 · Published in architectural photography, architectural photographer, architectural photographer, new reports | Write a comment

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Contemporary Spanish architecture: the fame of Metropol Parasol gets to Asia

Metropol Parasol en la portada de la revista coreana CONCEPT Junio 2011

We Have Recently started colaboration with the Korean architecture stores CONCEPT.  This bilingual English-Korean monthly magazine dedicates its pages to world architectures and is distributed all over the world. First efects of our cooperation can be seen on the cover of the 146 issue, and the following article about Metropol Parasol in Seville by Jürgen Mayer.

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8 June, 2011 · Published in publications | 2 Comments

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A follow-up on the construction of the Interactive Museum of History of Lugo

Soon the works on the Interactive Museum of the History of Lugo (MIHL) will come to their end and we will get the opportunity to enjoy a garden-museum, the new work of architects Nieto Fuensanta and Enrique Sobejano. The project is a result of an international competition organized by the city of Lugo in 2007, won by a unique project which according to the city Mayor, will attract public to Lugo.

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19 May, 2011 · Published in work in progress | Write a comment

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Ferando Alda

Professional photographer since 1981, specializes in photography of architecture and infrastructure from 1987. My stories recorded works of great interest and uniqueness, documenting its construction and final state. My studio is developing a high quality work in editing analog and digital images. This material, exceeding seven thousand reports, is consulted regularly by publishers around the world, being published monthly in books and magazines and foreign.

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