Renovation and museography of Room Zero of the Museum of the University of Seville by Reina & Asociados

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Reina & Asociados Estudio de Arquitectura SLP.
Lead architects.- Francisco Reina Fernández-Trujillo, Mercedes Sánchez González, Olga Valderas Grisalvo.
Project team
Celia Jiménez Bellido, María Rodríguez Escudero.
Quantity surveyor.- Víctor Baztán Cascales.
Archeology.- Álvaro Jiménez Sancho.
Conservation and restoration.- Jesús Serrano Domínguez.
MEP.- Ángel Luis León Rodríguez.
Universidad de Sevilla.
600 sqm.
Competition.- 2024 April.
Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos. Rectorado de la Universidad de Sevilla. Seville, Spain.
€ 1,500,000.

Francisco Reina. Reina & Asociados Estudio de Arquitectura SLP

Francisco Reina (Cádiz, 1964) is an architect from the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Seville since 1989 and a Master in "Architectural and Urban Intervention" from the Higher Center of Architecture, Madrid 1992. He is a professor of Architectural Projects at the ETSAS since 1996.

In 2009 he founded the architecture studio Reina & Asociados together with the architects Olga Valderas and Mercedes Sánchez. His professional activity, seeking an agreement with teaching and research, has been directed mainly to heritage intervention and has been published in specialized publications. The renovation and building works have been combined with heritage actions in the Archaeological Complexes and Enclaves of Itálica, Carmona, Carteia, Baelo Claudia and the Roman Theater of Cádiz, the Castle of Jimena de la Frontera (Cádiz) and, currently, in the Real Artillery Factory, General Archive of the Indies and the Real Alcázar of Seville.

His career has been the subject of various recognitions, including the Andalusia Architecture Prize 2022 in the category of Conservation, Renovation and Enhancement of Built Heritage Architecture; the Architecture & Society Award from the Official College of Architects of Seville in the Architectural Design category in 2022 and, in 2020, in the City, Landscape and Territory category; He was a finalist in the 2009 Intervention in Spanish Architectural Heritage Award from the Higher Council of Colleges of Architects of Spain. His work has been selected in the Spanish Biennials of Architecture and Urbanism XIV and XVI.




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