Caressed by the Mallorcan breeze. Llubi nursery by Aulets + Aixopluc

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Design team
David Tapias, Ricard Pau, Carlos Gonzalvo, Sebastià Martorell.
Carlos Gonzalvo (Architect).
Ajuntament Llubí.
Sampol, Ejestru.
482 m².
First Prize competition.- 2017. Project date.- 2017. Project complete.- 2021.
(39.701472, 3.008150) Llubí, Mallorca, Spain.
José Hevia, Francisco Cifuentes, Sebastian Martorell.

Francisco Cifuentes Utrero, Sebastià Martorell Mateo, Maria Razumova. Aulets Arquitectes

Aulets Arquitectes. Architecture firm based in Barcelona, led by Francisco Cifuentes Utrero, Sebastià Martorell Mateo and Maria Razumova.

Francisco Cifuentes Utrero. Architect by the ETSAB (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, UPC), 2002.  Master of Theory and Practice of Architectural Desing by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), 2007. PhD in Architecture  by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), 2015. His PhD thesis is titled "La Lonja de Guillem Sagrera. El Salón de los Mercaderes". OUTSTANDING CUM LAUDE. He has been Professor at many universities. He has been General Director of the Department of Housing in the city council of Palma from June 2015 to February 2018. He is part of the research group "Re-Inhabit the neighbourhood: processes of transformation and empowerment through artistic practices", University Balearic Island (UIB), Project R+D+I 2018-20. Professor IN THE Master in Integrated Architecture Design (MIAD) de l'Escola d'Arquitectura La Salle, URL. 2020-2021

Sebastià Martorell Mateo. Architect by the ESARQ_UIC Universitat Internacional de Cataluya, 2007. Master in “Sustainable urban bioclimatic architecture” in La Salle, 2006-2007.  Specialization course “Damage assessment and pathologies of buildings”, COAIB. 2009. Specialization course “Rehabilitation of buildings”, COAIB,  2013-2014.

Maria Razumova. PhD in Tourism Economy and Environment by the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB), 2009. Worked as a project manager in Imagine Tourism SL on sustainable tourism development projects, 2009-2011. Master in “Landscape and Restoration”, University of the Balearic Islands (UIB). 2013 - 2014. Master in “Gardening and Landscape”, Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), 2011. Professor in ESERP Business School and Escuela Universitaria de Turismo Felipe Moreno, Courses “Corporate Social Responsibility” and “Strategic Management”, 2014-present. 

Tomeu Riutord Sbert arquitecto por la ETSAB (Universitat Politécnica de Cataluña, upc).

Featured awards.-

 2019 - Second prize "health center”, ibsalut, govern illes balears. son ferriol, mallorca, Spain. 2018 – Winner “the peter davey special prize”, an award given by the editors celebrating the twentieth edition of architectural review emerging architecture.  2018 - Winner gold award best architects 19, with renovation of an oenological station. 2018 - Winner award best architects 19, with arxiu municipal in felanitx. 2017 – Selected bigmat international architecture award ’17.  2017 - First prize "kindergarten for llubi”, mallorca. With aixopluc. 2016 - Prize alzina, gob, mallorca. "Group architects volunteers of the trapa". 2015 - Mention of honour, europan 13 palma, españa. Etc.

David Tapias, Ricard Pau. Aixopluc

Aixopluc is an architecture firm based in Reus and led by David Tapias (founder and director) and Ricard Pau (Associate architect). Aixopluc is the Catalan word for shelter.

David Tapias is the founder and director of Aixopluc. He graduated from ETSAB (Barcelona) in 1999, and obtained his PhD at the Department of Architectonic Projects in the same institution in 2013 with his dissertation on the Maison Prouvé, with the collaboration of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. David is an Associate Professor in Architectural Design and Building Components at the Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark. He has been Assistant Professor at the ETSAR (Reus), Visiting Teaching Fellow at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Taliesin West, and Lecturer in Architectural Design and Industrialised Building at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney, Australia. He is author of the book Pequeñas cabañas BIY (Editorial Gustavo Gili).

Ricard Pau is an Associate Architect and BIM manager. He graduated from ETSAR (Reus) in 2016. In Aixopluc since 2009, Ricard is proficient in open system design strategies, BIM management, digital modelling, and rigorous detailing. He was granted an Autodesk Authorised Training Center Certification with the ‘Autodesk Revit Professional Certificate’ and is currently developing a Master in Digital Building for 3D Modeling and Construction in UPC (Barcelona), learning new techniques such as BIM collaboration, VR & AR, Dynamo, MEP systems and wood, steel and concrete structures. He is our building project leader. Among his previous experience, he worked in an Engineering & Consulting company, as a site manager assistant in a local construction company, and ISO & OHSAS supervisor.



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