Flexibility and polyvalence. New Headquarters FLC Valencian Community by MRM arquitectos

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Architects
Project team
Miguel Alonso Flamarique, Roberto Erviti Machain, Mamen Escorihuela Vitales.
Collaborators
Studio collaborators.- Unai Armendariz Vidaurre, Andreu Climent Salvador. Structures consultant.- Josep Agustí de Ciurana. Installations.- INDICO SEIS S.L.
Dates
2014- 2021.
Location
Industrial Park L'Horta Vella, C/ 2, Parcela 46, 46117 Bétera, Valencia, Spain.

Miguel Alonso Flamarique, Mamen Escorihuela, Roberto Erviti Machain. MRM arquitectos

MRM arquitectos is a studio founded by Miguel Alonso Flamarique, Mamen Escorihuela, and Roberto Erviti Machain. The studio specializes in architecture, design, and urban planning, with proven experience in interior design and landscaping. Its activity is based on interdisciplinary collaboration between professionals from very diverse fields, who share and reinforce their approach to improving society and the built environment.

Based on their track record (since 2005) they provide services in a wide variety of scales and typologies. They create customized designs by integrating creativity, functionality, sustainability, and other standards. The correct definition of objectives and a controlled design process ensure a result that meets the client's needs.

Their main strategy is based on creative custom design, sustainability, consultancy, and technological innovation, hence their work has been awarded in national and international competitions, and has been the subject of publications in different media.

They are committed to the advancement of architecture and the leading role it plays in society, so their overall goal is to contribute positively to the practice of design and construction.

Their approach to each project is sensitive to location and culture, often combining the latest advances in building technology with the techniques of local traditions; clients and places are inspiring environments.
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