A dialogue with history. Casa Ayora Museum by TRAZIA

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TRAZIA. Architects.- Carlos Pardo, Lucía Hernández.
Restoration.- Sofia Martínez, from NOEMA Restauradores, S.L. Archaeology.- Lourdes Roca. Quantity Surveyor.- Monica Calas.
Plot area.- 1,043 sqm. Built area.- 762 sqm.
Calle Major de Almussafes, Valencia. Spain

Carlos Pardo, Lucía Hernández. TRAZIA

From de union of Carlos Pardo and Lucía Hernández, TRAZIA was founded, an architecture studio of wide projection located in Valencia. Both architects share the idea of an artificeless architecture, sincere, made to be lived, where form and function must go hand in hand. It is the small details that enrich the forms, and for this, the constructive processes are fundamental, so the detail of them and the control in the execution are indispensable for the final result.

In their projects they seek to transmit a timeless, simple and elegant architecture, designed on a human scale and in constant dialogue with materials such as light, temperature, touch, air and emotions of the user and the viewer.  All this is only possible with an important multidisciplinary team, consisting of architects, designers and engineers, as well as professionals of archaeology and restoration for those projects that require it.

Carlos Pardo. Architect by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). Specialist in structure calculation. With more than 20 years of experience, he has developed his professional career without forgetting teaching, one of his great passions. He has taught at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) and the Territorial College of Architects of Valencia (CTAV). Currently, he runs TRAZIA.

Lucía Hernández. Architect by the Polytechnic School of Alicante (EPS). BIM Manager. She developed part of her career in Italy, where she trained in Rehabilitation. She has been an architect since 2009, currently focusing her activity on TRAZIA as project coordinator and design manager.



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