Rehabilitation of Cazorla City Hall
Rehabilitation of the 16th Century Convent of Mercy, located in the main square of the city, currently holds the City Hall.
The building is organized around a square courtyard with five arches on Ionic columns on each side, creating a cloister gallery on two floors. This main space is understood as a great hall, which is covered by a glazed roof so it can be used at any time of the year.
Darymelia Theater Rehabilitation
The project is comissioned by the Department of Architecture and Housing of the Government of Andalucía, to match its completion with the events of Expo '92 in Seville, rehabiliating theatres of the eight capital cities in Andalucia.
The builing is immerse in the Muslim urban trace of the old city, and the intervention consists of the redistribution of the layout, to approach to the original distribution, after the changes suffered at the beginning of the 20th Century. Color has been an integral part of the space as a expressionist support of volumes, completed by fresco murals by Carlos Pascual.
"Buero Vallejo" Cultura Centre & Theatre
This project is the result of the competition organized by the Comunidad de Madrid and the city of Alcorcón, consisting of the development of a multiuse building holding a theatre, public libraries, dance school, music conservatory, exhibition rooms and services.
The building is settled over a large-sized platform surrounded by a gardened area with public spaces, with a covered outer space which conforms the access, and a great hall of large proportions with lit from above.
"Intendente Olavide" Palace Rehabilitation
From the original palace in La Carolina, the only remains are the facade and the three-storey bay that supports it. The project adressed the dual task of restoring the existing and the extension of the building volume or a new use.
The intervention consists as well of two parts, the one in the existing building, to which a new bay is added, holding the staircase, and the second one, in which a new abstract volume is connected to the other through glazed bridges.