Paying homage to Mediterranean construction. Ca n’Uli House by Vicenç Mulet

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Lead architect.- Vicenç Mulet.
Executive architect.- Miquel Serra.
Lighting.- World Light, Mallorca.
Air conditioning - Tià Galés.
Landscaping.- Pere Bennàssar.
Novo Construcciones.
Carpentry - Vidreria Fullana.
Locksmithery.- Rafael Miralles
Kitchen.- Cocinas Jordá.
110 sqm.
April 2021- April 2022.
Time of execution: 9 months.
Son Serra de Marina, Mallorca, Spain.
José Hevia.

Vicenç Mulet

Vicenç Mulet (Mallorca, 1971) graduated as an architect from ETSAB in 1997. During his formative years, he collaborated with the office of Beth Galí, as well as with the studio M.B.M (J. Martorell, O. Bohigas, D. Mackay). In 1997 he founded VMA Projectes in Palma de Mallorca. In 2014 he lived in Chile for two years collaborating with the Universidad Católica de Arquitectura de Valparaíso. With his firm, he develops projects in contract, housing, and ephemeral architecture, with a special dedication to the hospitality and gastronomy sector.
Among his most outstanding projects is the Illes Balears Pavilion at the Zaragoza Expo (2008), the Fitur Pavilion (2011), the creation of the creative competition "Sobre la Mirada" (2017), the Port-City Centre for the Balearic Islands Port Authority (2018) and the Sa Llotja Cala d'Or Restaurant (2019). He received the Ciutat de Palma Architecture Prize in 2005.
JUNG 2023



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