Robert Konieczny. An architect, graduate of Architecture at Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice. In 1996 he received the certificate of New Jersey Institute of Technology. A leader and a founder of KWK Promes architecture studio established in 1999. In 2012 he became an independent expert for the Mies van der Rohe Foundation. Konieczny was a nominate of the European Award of Mies van der Rohe Foundation eight times. Moreover he is a holder of the prestigious award for the House of the Year 2006, winning with the Aatrial House as the best housing project in a competition organized by World Architecture News. In 2007 the KWK Promes office was listed among 44 best young architects of the world published by 'Scalae'. Same year the 'Wallpaper' magazine issued Konieczny's practice as one of the 101 most exciting architecture studios in the world. Year 2008 brought him another prize of The European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum 'European 40 under 40'.
Marta Serra Permanyer (1981) is a Phd architect, founding member of the Cíclica [space, community & ecology], and expert in participation, public space and ecological urbanism. She coordinates action-research processes and collaborative practices to promote new perception frameworks for sustainability, and the active role and self-management capacities of public space users. Serra is also assistant professor at the Department of Architectural Composition of the Technical Architecture School of Vallès, in the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (ETSAV– UPC).
Elena Albareda Fernández (1981), is an architect, founding member of the Cíclica [space, community & ecology] studio, and expert in ecologic al urbanism, ecologic landscape and territorial sustainable management. She coordinates projects integrating the transformation of social metabolism into urban planning, especially in public spaces, green spaces and in the countryside. Elena is also a researcher and teach ing associate at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona, in the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (ETSAB-UPC).
Jordi Calbetó Aldomà (1976) is an architect, founder, in 2009, of the CAVAA architecture studio together with Oriol Vañó. He has collaborated with diverse architecture studios and related institutions such as Toni Fiol Architect and the Department of Planning and Urban Development of the Glories Area in Barcelona. Apart from the design of both public and private residential buildings, his work has been pa rticularly focused on territorial planning and the design of public spaces.
- Care Centre
- City Hall
- Cultural Centre
- Firefighters, Rescue
- Firemen, Rescue
- Funeral home
- Industrial center
- LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
- Police Station
- Prayer centers
- Sport Centers
- Theaters Cinemas
- University Research
03/05/2014 - [BCN] Spain - metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA
23/09/2011 - [VIDEO] [LON] U.K. - metalocus, INÉS LALUETA
18/12/2015 - CCCB. Competition.- 22.February.2016 - metalocus, ANDREA PORTILLO
08/01/2014 - Competition. Deadline.- 23/01/2014 - metalocus, INÉS LALUETA.
03/05/2014 - [Altach] Austria. [LON] UK. [Helsinki] Finland. [Ripoll] Spain - metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA.