A music school that encourages the imagination. Yoglar by Jerez Arquitectos and Leal

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Architects
Project team
Enrique Jerez Abajo, Blanca Leal García.
Collaborators
Cristina González Sinobas, Beatriz González Yagüe, Alicia Maraña Diez. Quantity Surveyor.- Iván Poncelas Ramón.
Client
Yoglar (Rocío Madueño).
Builder
Construcciones Gesdesbur SL, Burgos.
Area
205 sqm.
Dates
2017-18.
Budget
€ 110,000.
Manufacturers
Carpentry.- Diamante SL, Burgos. Equipment.- Fritz Hansen, Tarkett. Lighting.- Faro.
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Arquitectos Gaztelu Jerez

Koldo Fernández Gaztelu (San Sebastián, 1980). Koldo Fdez. Gaztelu is an Architect by the ETSA of Navarra (2004), graduated with the qualification of Outstanding, and Postgraduate in Restoration and Rehabilitation of Architecture by the ETSA of Navarra (2004).

During his university studies he collaborates in the Projects and Building Departments of the ETSA of Navarra, in the subjects of Composition Elements and Analysis of Forms II. He also collaborates in the study of Juan Miguel Ochotorena (Pamplona, ​​2002) and KSP Engel und Zimmermann (Cologne, 2003).

After finishing his university studies, he works in the studios of Francisco Mangado (Pamplona, ​​2004-05) and Gálvez + Wieczorek (Madrid, 2005-06).

In 2005 he began his doctorate studies at the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM). He has a scholarship in the same year to participate in the Workshop "7 Ideas of Beauty / 7 Project Techniques", directed by Iñaki Ábalos, and in 2006 to participate in the Workshop "Four Observatories of Energy", also directed by Iñaki Ábalos and included in the 1st Biennial of Canaries of Architecture, Art and Landscape on the Island of La Palma.

Associate Professor of Projects at the EINA of the University of Zaragoza. Visiting Professor at the Universidade da Beira Interior (Covilhà, Portugal). Professor at the Superior Center for Interior Design of Navarra.

Since 2006 he has formed a team with Enrique Jerez through Gaztelu Jerez Arquitectos (www.gaztelujerez.com). With studies in Burgos and Pamplona, ​​they develop projects, works and contests of various kinds, some of which are awarded, selected, exhibited or published.

Enrique Jerez Abajo (Burgos, 1980). Enrique Jerez is an Architect graduated from ETSA Navarra with distinction and Premio Extraordinario de Fin de Carrera (2004). PhD Architect cum laude from University of Valladolid (2012). Assistant Professor of Architectural Design at EINA University of Zaragoza (accredited Contratado Doctor, ANECA, 2015). Postgraduate in Restoration of Architecture from ETSA Navarra (2004).

He has worked at Ochotorena Arquitectos, Estudio Cano Lasso and Mangado y Asociados (Spain). His activity includes domestic architecture and interior design, as well as landscape interventions and public projects. His work has been awarded, exhibited and published on several occasions: Spanish Architecture and Urbanism Biennial (2018), Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos Vasco-Navarro Awards (2019, 2013), Arquia/Próxima Awards for young Spanish architects (2012), Castilla y León Architecture Awards (2018, 2011), COACYLE/ Burgos Awards (2019, 2016, 2011), etc.; among the publications, AITIM, Arquitectura Viva, Casas Internacional, Conarquitectura, El País, ON Diseño, TectónicaBlog or ViA arquitectura.

His PhD thesis is titled THE LEGACY FROM THE EPHEMERAL. 1937-2010, Designed and Built Architecture of Spanish Pavilions at International Exhibitions. From it, his line of research is focused on the strategies that take part in the architectural design’s process, based on modern and contemporary Spanish architecture, and in particular on exhibition pavilions and ephemeral architecture, as well as on domestic architecture. Author, together with Eduardo Delgado Orusco, of the book Paisaje y Artificio. El Mausoleo para Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente en Burgos. Miguel Fisac, Pablo Serrano. He has been guest editor of ZARCH journal (“The traces of the ephemeral”, n.13). Author of articles on books and journals (En Blanco, Future Arquitecturas, Ra, ZARCH…), lectures, talks and papers at national and international congresses.

He has been a lecturer of Architectural Design at ETSA Valladolid and at School of Interior Design at the University of Burgos. Guest lecturer at Universidade da Beira Interior (Covilhà, Portugal), IUAV di Venezia (Italy), College of Design Al Ghurair University (Dubai, UAE), ETSA Navarra (Spain), BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany) and TU Delft (The Netherlands).

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