Renovation of the agricultural cooperative for multipurpose and cultural space by Camps Felip Arquitecturia

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Camps Felip Arquitecturia. Lead architects.- Josep Camps, Olga Felip.
Flix City hall.
424.54 sqm.
Calle Mayor, 75, Flix, Ribera d'Ebre, Tortosa, Tarragona. España. Spain.

Josep Camps, Olga Felip. Arquitecturia

Camps Felip Arquitecturia. Josep Camps and Olga Felip founded Arquitecturia in 2007, an architectural, landscape and design studio based in Barcelona. Their work includes the Cathedral Apse Square, the recovery of the old Ferreries market in a Cultural Center, the Museum of Energy in Ascó and Four Rivers Masterplan of Girona which aims to improve the relationship between the urban grid and the natural systems.

Arquitecturia’s work has been awarded, published and exhibited both nationally and Internationally: Barcelona, Madrid, Venice, London, Tokyo and Buenos Aires among others. Also they have lectured at the Royal Institute of British Architects_RIBA, among other institutions.

Olga Felip. studied architecture at the Superior School of Architecture of Barcelona (05). Beside her professional career she obtained the Diploma of Advanced Studies and in 2019 she lectured her PHD Thesis in Theory and History of Architecture _Cum Laude. Olga has taught at the Architectural Association of London and she has lectured at RIBA and BIArch. She is currently professor at ETSAB Barcelona.

Olga has been recognised Emerging Woman in Architecture by Architectural Journal, MAS Award in the Cultural Cathegory (Women to be followed) and Arts and Letters Award by the FPdGi (Spanish Royal foundation).

In parallel to her leading role at Camps Felip Arquitecturia, her research & teaching tasks, Olga Felip has been member of the Board of Directors of the College of Architects in Girona, being in charge of the Cultural Department. Also, Olga has been member of the Expert Committee of the Catalan Department of Land that advises on the reform of land and urban planning policies.

Josep Camps. (1975) studied architecture at the Superior School of Architecture of Barcelona (00) | Worked for Atelier AO2 of Paris (1998) and Javier Sanjosé Office (2000-2003). He has received scholarship for taking part into different exchange programs and workshops including the Intercampus Scholarship at the Universidade Caixa du Sul and the program for ‘kashbes rehabilitation’ at Marocco by the UNESCO | Camps has been professor at the Superior School of Architecture of Barcelona –UPC where he taught Studio Project V-VI and since 2005 he is profesor at the University of Girona where he is the director of Studio Project I-II together with Josep Fuses and Elisabet Capdeferro.

He has been visiting professor at the Master of Cultural Heritage Managment of the University of Girona and member of the Final. Review Jury at the School of Architecture of Alicante. Besides his teaching work he develops her thesis project. ‘Intertwining Architecture’ for the research area of Theory and Practice of Architectural Design –UPC Barcelona-. Cofounder of curatorial and design group MA!O and co-founder of the architectural studio ARQUITECTURIA.




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