A Mediterranean industrial home. Oasi House by MARBÄ architecture

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MARBÄ arquitectura.
Project team
Architect.- Júlia Marbà Prats.
Lighting Design.- Calida Lighting (Maria Alonso Sala).
Technical architect.- David León Íñigo.
Wood carpentry.- Ya Mobles (Francis Martos).
Metal carpentry.- Didán Locksmith (David Gómez Moral).
Constructed area.- 350sqm.
Construction completion year.- February 2023.
L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain.
Bevel 10/31, Smooth green 31.- Ceràmiques Ferrés.
Century Collection chrome finish.- Rovira Faucets.
Wall light: Ellepì 'Solid Color' miniplate.- Creative Cables.
LED strips, profiles and diffusers.- Llúria.
Downlight: SOLID 1.0 1XGU10 BLACK.- Wever Ducre.
Uplights.- Light Line.
Solid wood beams.- Grau i Grau.
IVAR shelf.- IKEA.
Patio awning.- Persianasamedida.com.
Induction Hob - NT ONE BL/F/83 PX.- Elica.
Glass Blocks.- Future Euro Trade.

Júlia Marbà Prats. MARBÄ

Júlia Marbà Prats Graduate graduated in Higher Architecture in July 2020 from the La Salle - Ramon Llull University. During her Erasmus in Hamburg she decided that she wanted to study Art and combined the last two years of architecture with the Art History degree at the University of Barcelona.
As a recent graduate, she worked in several architecture firms and construction companies focused on sustainability and wooden structures and this is how she learned about bioclimatic architecture and became aware of the environmental importance of the construction sector.

She is currently working on the MARBÄ architecture project, carrying out comprehensive reform projects focused on energy improvement and with a very Mediterranean essence. In fact, she states that one of the greatest influences she had was the architecture of her school, the “Garbí” school, in Esplugas de Llobregat and built by Oriol Bohigas. In her projects you will find reflected many of the materials that were used at that time, during the 60s-70s in Barcelona.

As a quasi-art historian and passionate about theater she does many ephemeral architecture projects related to scenography and the design of temporary spaces. Her goal when she finishes her Art History degree is to be able to dedicate herself to museum spaces, exhibitions, set designs and filming. Without leaving it behind its "brick" architecture projects and its Mediterranean warmth.



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