Reorganization of the Administrative Complex of the Xunta de Galicia by Díaz & Díaz Arquitectos and Miba Architects

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Díaz & Díaz Arquitectos. MIBA Architects
Alejandro Tarrío, Alfonso García, Daniel Orosa, Diego Díaz, Elena Jiménez, Ignacio Matarán, Manuel Pérez, Marcos Gómara, María Mera, Nuria Fors, Oriol Vives, Pablo Mera, Rubén Ruberte.
Xunta de Galicia

Gustavo Díaz García y Lucas Díaz Sierra. Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos SLP

Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos SLP, is a Galician architecture studio directed by the architects Gustavo Díaz García (1952) ETSAM (1978) and Lucas Díaz Sierra (1974) ETSAB (2000), with open offices in A Coruña and Madrid. It has a large team of collaborating architects of various nationalities. They have received awards in the various fields of their activity: New Construction, Rehabilitation, Urban Planning and Interior Design.

They have been invited to participate in courses, conferences and conferences: Superior Technical Schools of Architecture of A Coruña, Barcelona, ​​Camilo José Cela University and University College of Dublin, Associations of Architects of Galicia, Madrid and Barcelona, ​​College of Quantity Surveyors of Madrid, Ministry of Education, House of UNESCO in Paris, House of Galicia in Madrid, Institute of Architecture of San Francisco, Pecha Kucha Night, etc.

Gustavo Díaz García, Graduate of the Madrid Superior Technical School of Architecture (1978). Doctoral courses (1980-1983). Technical seminars on environmental quality in educational institutions, Ministry of Education and Science, Madrid (1983).

Lucas Díaz Sierra, Graduate of the Barcelona Superior Technical School of Architecture (2000). Architecture course at Saint Louis University. Landscape and Urban Planning and Interior Design courses at Berkeley University. Organic and Ecological Architecture courses at the San Francisco Institute of Architecture. Higher Level Course at Leeds Metropolitan University.

Laia Isern, Toni Montes MIBA Architects

MIBA Architects is a study dedicated to the design and architectural research, founded in 2014 by Laia Isern and Toni Montes, both with a long previous history of collaboration with prestigious studios (David Chipperfield Architects, Toyo Ito Architects, B720-Fermín Vazquez, Brullet-De Luna).

Throughout their more than 20 years of professional experience, they have focused their activity on the development of public equipment and housing projects, mainly in the City of Barcelona, where they have recently won the competition for the planning of the future Research Center for Planetary Well-being promoted by the Pompeu Fabra University and the Barcelona City Council. One of his works, a home and studio for an artist in Gijón, was nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award (2015).



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