HANGAR: Visual Arts Creation Center, by Yaiza Terré + Arantxa Manrique

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Arantxa Manrique (Barcelona, 1980). Architect by the Architecture School of Vallés (ETSAV-UPC, 2005) with Honourable Mention in her final project. She also studied at the École d'Architecture Paris-LaVillette and participated in several workshops.

At the moment she works on both researching and professional practice. Between 2000-2008 she collaborated with some architecture offices: Enric Massip-Bosch (BCN), Ateliers Jean Nouvel (París), Jornet-Llop-Pastor (Barcelona) y BatlleiRoig Arquitectes (Barcelona). She established her own architecture and landscape office in 2008, collaborating with other architects (Camila Acosta, Rachel Belaustegi, Yaiza Terré and Javier Zaldívar).

Her project "HANGAR", co-authored with Yaiza Terré, has been awarded in 2012 with the VIII AJAC Award, and published in some media.


Yaiza Terré (Barcelona, 1980) is an architect accredited by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Vallès in 2006, with Pere Riera as tutor. She complemented her studies in Switzerland at the "Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio" and was taught by Aires Mateus and Peter Zumthor. Art director for film by “Estudio de Cine” school of Barcelona in 2013.

She collaborated with various architecture firms: Aires Mateus (Lisbon), and Boch-Tarrús architects (Barcelona), among others. In 2008 she founded her own studio in Barcelona, where she is currently developing her architectural activity. Principally, this arises from public competitions and occasionally from private commisions. Her projects largely revolve around the renovation and reinterpretation of spaces, and are based on reuse and recycling.

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