Domestic reinterpretation of the Extremaduran Secadero. Social Housing in Badajoz by Angas Kipa

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Architects
Angas Kipa.         
Design team
Architects.- Gema Durán Atalaya, Inmaculada Pérez Sánchez y Lucía Gómez Sánchez. Building engineer.- Carlos Olivera Quintanilla.
Collaborators
Structure.- José Domingo Lago Martín. Installations.- Incober, S.L.
Client
Extremadura Government. Consejería de Fomento, Vivienda y Ordenación del Territorio y Turismo.
Developer
Coedypro.
Area
150 m².
Dates
2011.
Location
C/ Barrio de la Iglesia, 1 y 3. Torre de Miguel Sesmero, Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain.
Photography

José Luis Perleche Amaya, Jorge Iván Guerrero Ramírez, Raúl Gálvez Tirado, José Algeciras Rodríguez. Angas Kipa

Angas Kipa is an architecture studio with two locations, one in Chiclayo (Peru) and the other in Seville (Spain), established in 2006 by José Luis Perleche Amaya, Jorge Iván Guerrero Ramírez, Raúl Gálvez Tirado and José Algeciras Rodríguez, which interweave research, teaching and architectural projects related to territorial heritage, establishing a transfer of knowledge linked to the geographical context without renouncing contemporaneity.

Jorge Iván Guerrero Ramírez, architect from the National University Pedro Ruiz Gallo of Lambayeque (Peru, 2009), Master in Architecture and Historical Heritage and Master in Sustainable City and Architecture from the University of Seville (Spain, 2011-2012). His master's thesis was awarded for academic excellence and published by the Recolectores Urbanos publishing house.

José Algeciras Rodríguez, architect, Master in Architecture Innovation: Technology and Design from the University of Seville (Spain, 2006-2012), Master in Information and Architecture from ETH Zurich (Switzerland, 2017), and a PhD student from the same university. His current research is focused on the use of artificial intelligence applied to architectural design.

José Luis Perleche Amaya, architect from the National University Pedro Ruiz Gallo of Lambayeque (Peru, 2006), Master in Architecture and Sustainable City from the University of Seville (Spain, 2014) and postgraduate diploma in Strategic Management in Public Works from the Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería (Peru). Her undergraduate thesis was selected as a finalist in the national undergraduate thesis competition convened by the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism in 2009.

Raúl Gálvez Tirado, architect, Master in architecture and sustainable city from Seville University (Spain, 2006-2009), PhD in Territory, City and Landscape 2017 from the University of Seville (Spain, 2017) and Sustainable Territory and Urbanism from the National University Pedro Ruiz Gallo of Lambayeque (Peru, 2015). His master's thesis was selected by the VII Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism and cataloged by Arquia / Proxima in 2012.

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