Puma Energy headquarters by Ruiz Pardo - Nebreda

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Ruiz Pardo - Nebreda
Marcelo Ruiz Pardo
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Sonia Nebreda
Arturo Alberquilla, Alejandra M. de la Riva, Loreto Moreno, Inés Martín, Javier E. Lecumberri, Luis Pancorbo
Castaneda Ingenieros S.A. de C.V.
Amanco, Firestone Building Products, Guardian, Herman Miller,Kingspan, LafargeHolcim, Lindner Group, Milliken, Philips Lighting,Reynaers Aluminium, Sherwin Williams, ThyssenKrupp, Trox, USG
km 9,5; Panamerican Highway. Santa Tecla, La Libertad, El Salvador.
1.575 sqm

Marcelo Ruiz Pardo, Sonia Nebreda Martín. RUIZ PARDO - NEBREDA

Ruiz Pardo – Nebreda is a Madrid-based architecture practice founded in 2011. They have completed works in Puerto Rico, Namibia, Paraguay, Zambia, El Salvador and Spain, and it has been exhibited in International Biennials of Architecture in Argentina, El Salvador and Ecuador, as well as in collective exhibitions of emerging architecture in Japan, Spain, Ireland, and Argentina.

Their work has been recently awarded the German Design Award 2018, the Grand Prize of the XII Biennial of Architecture and Urban Planning of El Salvador (XII BAUES 2016) and withthe Luis M. Mansilla Award 2016 givenbythe Madrid Association of Architects (COAM), forthe Puma Energy El Salvador Headquarters. Thisproject has also been finalist the World Architecture Festival (WAF 2016) and at the Architizer Awards (A+ Awards 2016). They have also obtained a Bronze Prize at the American Architecture Prize (AAP 2016) forthe ZM Operations Building in Lusaka, Zambia. They have been finalist at the BD Young Architect of theYear Award 2017 and are actually shortlisted at the A+ Awards 2017.

MARCELO RUIZ PARDO (Granada, 1980) studied architecture at the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM). He is Lecturer of Architectural Design at the ETSAM, where he isalso a PhD candidate and a member of several Research Groups, Innovation Teaching Groups and Development Cooperation Groups. He has taught seminars and conferences in international congresses onuniversity teaching.

SONIA NEBREDA MARTÍN  (Burgos, 1979) isgraduated in Technical Architecture at the Universidad de Burgos (UBU) and in Building Engineering at the Nebrija University in Madrid. Sheholds a Postgraduate degree in Project Management by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). They have lecture their work at international universities.



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