Continuity due to collective memory. Residential building in Campo de la Verdad by Laguillo + Marqués + Schönegger

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Ignacio Laguillo Díaz (Project and Construction Management), Paco Marqués Vilaplana (Project and Construction Management), Harald Schönegger (Project).
Industrial Engineer.- Miguel Sibón. Civil Engineer.- Enrique Cabrera. Execution Direction.- Rosalino Daza Fernández. Interior design.- Rosario Moreno-Torres. Landscaping.- Jaime García. Collaborators.- Blanca Farrerons, Francisco Moreno, Ignacio Olivares, Alvaro Valverde. Construction manager.- Manuel Peinazo. Technical architect.- Antonio Trujillo. Industrial engineer.- Juan Rojano.
Construcciones Serrot, S.A.- Miguel Torres / Agustín Torres / Antonio Torres.
1,275 sqm.
1,175,000 euros.
PBE, Reformed and Complementary.- 2016 - 2019. Construction works.- 2019 - 2020.
C/ Acera mira al río s/n. Campo de la Verdad. Córdoba, Spain.

Ignacio Laguillo

Ignacio Laguillo is an architect by the School of Architecture of Seville since 1993. Between 1999 and 2019 he has worked associated with different professionals, having obtained various national and international awards for his built work, highlighting the FAD Architecture Award 2007 (Barcelona) for the Judicial Headquarters of Antequera (Malaga), the Bauwelt Prize 2005 (Munich) for the Indoor Swimming Pool of Lepe (Huelva), and finalists of different editions of the ENOR Awards, AIT Awards, Brick Awards or Philippe Rotthier European Prize for Architecture.

Part of his work has been exhibited at the Mostra Giovani Architetti Europei 2004 (Naples), the IX Bienal de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Española 2007 (Santander), as well as the XI Mostra Internazionale di Architettura Biennale di Venezia 2008.

Since 2020 he runs his firm, Laguillo Arquitectos, recently recognized with the 1st Prize of the International Competition for the new National Museum of Archaeology in Chung-Ju (Korea).

Paco Marqués

Paco Marqués graduated as an architect from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla in 2001. After a period working as a collaborator in several studios, he joined forces with María Cayuela, founding Cayuela Marqués arquitectos in 2004. 

His work is characterized by an attentive approach to the place, as well as the search for a certain balance between familiarity and strangeness, continuity and singularity. Of the works built, it is worth mentioning the House in Beas, winner of the COAH Architecture Award in its XII edition; the House in Valdegrosa, special mention in the XIX edition; and the Sports Pavilion in Isla de la Cartuja, selected by the architecture guide Sevilla Contemporánea: Arquitectura 2000-2010.

Together with architect Luis Rubio, he recently won the competition for the renovation and expansion of the La Rábida Institute in Huelva, and the competition for the renovation of the old market on Paseo Santa Fe, also in Huelva.


Harald Schönegger was born and grow up in Italy, where he obtained his degree as Architect with Cum Laude Honours, he moved to Sevilla where combined his first professional activities with academic work as a T.A. Professor at the Department of Building Design at the school of Architects in Sevilla. In 1998 he was granted a scholarship to complete his investigation until year 2000.

Worked for Vázquez Consuegra and Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos from 1994 to 1998, where he met Ignacio Laguillo with whom founded Laguillo-Schönegger Arquitectos. Together they achieved great recognition for their work, being exhibited at national as well as international venues such as la Mostra Giovani Architetti Europei 2004 en Napoli (Italia), the IX Bienal de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Española 2007 (Spanish Housing Ministery, Madrid) and the XI Mostra Internazionale di Architettura. Biennale di Venezia (Italia).

Together with Ignacio Laguillo, Harald Schönegger was awarded the Bauwelt Prize 2005 for Swimming Sports Centre in Lepe (Huelva) and shortlist for the Premio de Arquitectura Española 2005. He was awarded with the Premio FAD de Arquitectura 2007 for the Antequera Judicial Site (Malaga) and citations for the Mies Van der Rohe 2007 Prize (Barcelona).

Now in Eddea, Harald is member of the Board of Directors and of the Design Review board



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