Floating house. House on a patio by Ayllón, Paradela, De Andrés

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Architects
AYLLÓN . PARADELA . DE ANDRÉS Arquitectos. Lead architects.- Javier Alejo. Hdz. Ayllón, Verónica Paradela, Javier de Andrés.
Location
Calle Méntrida 21, Barrio de Hortaleza, Madrid. Spain
Dates
Project.- 2017 / Construction.- April 2018 - November 2019
Photography
Miguel Fernández-Galiano Rodriguez

Javier A. Hdz. Ayllón, Verónica Paradela, Javier de Andrés. AYLLÓN . PARADELA . DE ANDRÉS

AYLLÓN . PARADELA . DE ANDRÉS arquitectos, is an architecture studio with current headquarters in Madrid, directed by three associate architects: Javier Alejo Hernández Ayllón, Verónica Paradela Pernas and Javier de Andrés de Vicente. Its work is based on the premise that any project can be materialized through abstraction, essentiality, constructive rigor and attention to the context, always permeating all its interventions in the place where they are framed, combining tradition and vanguard. Its work has deserved the recognition of several awards - both for work built and in public and private competitions -, ranging from the domestic scale to the urban sphere, through the conservation and rehabilitation of the built heritage.

AWARDS
 
- 2019_First Prize Public Contest (Ministry of Development). Setting up the Archaeological Site of the Arrabal Andalusí de La Arrixaca and the Garden of San Esteban (Murcia). In collaboration with BURGOS and GARRIDO architects. Haha
- 2019_First Prize Public Contest (Ministry of Development). Interpretation Center of the Royal Walls of Ceuta. Resilient
- 2019_First Prize Public Competition (Official College of Architects of C. Valenciana and Ayunt. De Gandía) 41 homes for young people in cooperative regime. Gandia Farmhouse
- 2018_ First Prize Ideas Competition (COAM / AEDAS Homes). In collaboration with Xesta Rasilla architects. Design of the show office for real estate developments of AEDAS Homes. Origin. Prototype of prefabricated wooden pavilion for Sales Offices.
- 2017_ COAM 2017 Award (Official College of Architects of Madrid), Spain. In collaboration with Ángela Juarranz. Mirasierra House.

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