Low carbon footprint. Riells i Viabrea healthcare center by Comas-Pont arquitectes

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Architects
Comas Pont Arquitectes. Architects.- Jordi Comas y Anna Pont.
Collaborators
Calculist.- Jorge Blasco.
Engineering.- Font i Armengol.
Acoustics.- SiS Consulting.
As. Environmental.- Organic Society.
Wooden structure.- Egoin.
Developer
Infraestructures.cat – Cat Salut.
Main contractor
Micaló Raimó.
Area
566,02m².
Dates
2018-2021.
Work start date.- 05/2020.
Work completion date.- 11/2021.
Location
C/ de baix s/n. Riells i Viabrea. Spain.
Cost
€ 966,115.94
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Jordi Comas, Anna Pont. Comas Pont Arquitectes

Comas Pont Arquitectes. Architecture studio based in the city of Vic, Spain, founded by Jordi Comas and Anna Pont. The studio is specialized in public works, facilities and public space with a high component of sustainability. Lately they have carried out several projects in the health field such as the Osona psycho-pedagogical medical center, the Riells i Viabrea CAP, the first with a CLT wooden structure, the Can Llong CAP in Sabadell in progress and the new CAP in Olot in the project phase .

They have received several awards and mentions, among the most outstanding the Panorama of Works Award of the XIV Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism, the NAN award for the Spanish work with the best energy efficiency, a finalist for the Fad Awards, the Csae awards and the Mapei Award. and nominated for the Mies Van de Rohe European Awards.

Jordi Comas. Architect from the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB) since 1998.

Anna Pont, architect and artist. Selected for several international painting prizes, Anna Pont has participated in exhibitions at the Arsenale in Venice (Arte Laguna Prize 2011-2012); at Wison Art Museum in Shanghai (second prize Florence-Shanghai prize 2012-2013); at the Museum of Natural History in Livorno (Combat Prize 2013); at Agora Gallery in New York (Agora Gallery Prize 2014); at the Milan Arts & Events Center in Milà (2015); at the Can Framis Museum in Barcelona (Vila-Casas Painting Prize 2016); at the Ripoll Ethnographic Museum (2017) and at the Vic Leather Art Museum (2018).

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