Casa JJA, new project by TAAB6

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TAAB6. Ivan Llach & Raquel Colacios
Construction year.- November 2017
Horta, Barcelona, Spain

Raquel Colacios Parra, Iván llach Juny. TAAB6

Raquel Colacios Parra. Msc. Architect. Born in Granollers, Barcelona (1978). Architect (2002) and Master in International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture (2011) by ESARQ-UIC.  After working for several architectural firms like Jean Nouvel or Vicente Guallart among others, in 2006 she co-founded together with Ivan Llach the firm Taab6 Architects in Barcelona. She has won several architectural and urban competitions, including a European prize in Pärnu, Estonia.

Professor of undergraduate and post-graduate studies at ESARQ-UIC. Program Coordinator of the Master of International Cooperation in Sustainable Emergency Architecture ESARQ UIC, a program that belongs to the prestigious Erasmus Mundus consortium: Mundus Urbano. Her research is focused on the recognition and reinterpretation of the social infrastructure layer through a methodological approach based on living and mapping social networks as part of the urban design process.

Iván llach Juny. Architect. Born in Barcelona (1976). Architect since 2002 at ESARQ-UIC Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura - Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Spain). Since the beginning of his professional activity he has worked for and in collaboration with renowned studios such as MAP (Josep Lluis Mateo), R & B (José Miguel Roldán) and SCAPE architecture (Duncan Lewis) among others. In 2006 he co-founded with Raquel Colacios TAAB6 Architects in Barcelona. 

He is Lecturer of Architecture within the International Cooperation program at ESARQ-UIC (Barcelona), guest lecturer at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven KULeuven (Belgium) within the master’s program MaHS MaUSP and guest lecturer at AHO, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (Norway) within the master’s program of Landscape and Urban Design. He has also participated as a guest lecturer in Architecture and Urban programs in other Universities as HCMUARC, University of Architecture and Planning of Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and BAC Barcelona Architectural Centre (Spain).



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