Maintaining the identity of the place. Llana House by Héctor Navarro + arkhitekton

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143 sqm.
Lamadrid, Valdáliga. Cantabria, Spain.

Héctor Navarro

Héctor Navarro (1986) is an architect and holds a PhD cum laude from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He received an extraordinary award for his doctoral thesis "Symbiosis and boundaries between architecture and contemporary urban spaces". He is associate professor at ETSAM and CSDMM (Polytechnic University of Madrid). He carries out his professional and research work from Madrid and Cantabria.

The architectural firm was founded in 2014 after winning the competition for the construction of  Tetuán-Amaliach Square. It has also won other competitions such as  Fuente Real  Square (Comillas). The office is currently developing projects in Madrid and Cantabria.

Since 2007, he has collaborated with Manuel Blanco, director of the ETSAM, designing and curating exhibitions and museum installations. "Grandes Encuadernaciones" (Madrid Royal Palace), "Campo Baeza, the creation tree" (MAXXI-Rome, Gallery MA-Tokyo), "Una ciudad llamada España" (Pinacoteca Nacional-Athens, Central House of Artists-Moscow).

Since 2014, he has been collaborating with the architectural studio ARKHITEKTON for the development of projects in Cantabria.
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