A fragmented house on a slope. rNrH industrialized home by Juan Marco Arquitectos

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Proyect team
Collaborating architects: Guillermo Gómez, Sheila Pérez, Alvaro Arroyo, Zuzanna Cieslewicz.
Structures.- Daniel Carratalá.
Installations.- Ingenet, S.L.
Quantity surveyor.- Miguel Monteagudo Cuevas.
142 sqm.
Project: 2018 / Manufacture and installation: 2021.
Chiva, Valencia, Spain.

Juan Marco Marco. Juan Marco Arquitectos

Juan Marco Arquitectos is an architecture office located in Valencia, with a vocation of laboratory and place of study. They ara very involved in facing the theory and practice of the construction of architecture and more concerned with the economic, technological, social, and environmental considerations of their work than with signing calligraphies.

Faced with a new paradigm shift in architecture, Juan Marco Arquitectos is committed to a frame of reference without specialization and without a defined position, where the putting into action of all available devices turns the project into an instrument of reflection and communication, the project as an idea of future. A strategy to operate within the limits of the prevailing conditions committed to reality and generating possibilities, with optimism and the joy of technology.

The founder, Juan Marco Marco, studied architecture at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Buenos Aires. Later, he took doctoral courses at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. From 2001 to 2003 he collaborated with the architect Josep Llinás, in Barcelona. In 2004 he founded Juan Marco Marco architecture studio, since 2015: Juan Marco Arquitectos.

 Juan Marco Marco has been a teacher at the ETSAV, 2004-2005, and a Master's degree professor at the ESET-CEU, Valencia, between 2009 and 2012. He is currently an associate professor at the ESET-CEU. He has given conferences, has been awarded and finalist in different architecture competitions, has participated in different exhibitions, and his work has been published in numerous national and international architecture magazines.



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