Rehabilitation of Huesca City Archives

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Raimundo Bambó Naya, (Huesca, 1975). He graduated as an architect from the University of Navarra (ETSAUN) in 2000 and won the Outstanding Graduate of the Year Prize and was runner up to the National Outstanding Graduate of the Year Prize. He has complemented these studies with courses and seminars at the University of Navarra, the London Architectural Association and the Architecture School of the Universitá degli Studi di Palermo. He is currently an associate teacher in the field of Architectonic Composition at the University of Zaragoza. Since 2000, he has been carrying out his professional practice at IDOM ACXT.

Amongst his works, the most relevant are the Lineal Urban Park on the Ebro riverside, the Tenerías - Las Fuentes neighbourhood in Zaragoza, the participants’ pavilions building and general urbanization for the Zaragoza 2008 Expo, the Vehicle Research Institute in Alcañiz or the restoration of the Municipal Archives in Huesca.

Several of these have been acknowledged by the Fernando El Catolico Institution, The Architests’ Association of Aragon (COAA), the Arquia Proxima Programme of the Architects’ Bank, the European Biennial of Landscape Architecture, the Sao Paulo Architecture Biennial or the Spanish Urbanism and Architecture Biennial.


Ana Morón, Architect. Partner of Idom and ACXT. She started her career in the department of Composizione Architettonica of the University Institute of Architecture of Venice IUAV, working on research projects and as a Composizione I course assistant. She collaborates with the Projects I course of the ETSAUN (School of Architecture of Navarre) in Pamplona. In 1999 she joined ACXT–Bilbao. In 2005 se moved to ACXT–Zaragoza.

Amongst her most relevant work we can include the following: the Renovation of the Huesca Archives, the Zaragoza Pavilion in the Expo Shanghai 2010, the Renovation of the San Atilano Church as a Cultural Facility–Third Prize awarded by the Board of Architects’ Associations of Spain and shortlisted in the 26th Garcia Mercadal Awards–the Haemodialysis Centre of the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Zaragoza, 46 state-subsidized homes in Pormetxeta, Baracaldo–1st Prize, Scheme designs competition–40 council homes in Etxarriene, San Sebastian–1st Prize, Scheme designs competition–the Pavilion in the Miralbueno Municipal Sports Centre in Zaragoza and a series of urban projects framed by the All-Inclusive Intervention of the Bilbao city council in the 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8 peripheral districts. Amongst these, the following stand out: the Remodelling of the climb to Anboto, the Pedestrianization of Zugastinovia Street and the Urbanization of the Jesus Galindez Slope and Pau Casals Square–shortlisted in the 5th Landscape European Biennale and in the ENOR Architecture Awards.




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