Spider web made of wood. Tembo Suites Port Forum Barcelona by aZCON Architectures + HYBRIDa Arquitectes

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aZCON Architectures. Antonio Sanmartín.
HYBRIDa Arquitectes. Sylvia Felipe, Jordi Truco.
D388 Arquitectura.- Jaume Font.
Site Works Direction.- D388 Arquitectura. Jaume Font.
Structures.- BEST Costales Jaen. Ignacio Costales, Carles Jaén.
MEP.- AC arquitectes. Amaya Arizmendi Martínez.
Topography.- Cota Zero.
Financial Consultant.- ANDERSON tax.
Hospitality consultant.- APBCN Apartments.
STAHLER REAL STATE, Joachim Stahler.
30,000 sqm.
Competition.- 2017.
Completed.- 2023.
Port Forum, Barcelona, Spain.

Sylvia Felipe, Jordi Truco. HYBRIDa Arquitectes

HYBRIDa Arquitectes. Architecture studio founded in 2004 by Sylvia Felipe and Jordi Truco based in the city of Barcelona. With eighteen years of experience in built projects and with an important career in the development of research projects. Both began their own professional careers after a period of collaboration in several offices including Martinez Lapeña & Torres arquitectes or Correa & Milán arquitectos.

In their eighteen years of experience they develop architecture as a discipline that must be receptive and attentive to the changes that occur in our environment. Seeking to create complex spaces or architectural systems that are more efficient and adapt to their environment, they propose a comprehensive design strategy that combines different areas.

HYBRIDa has been in charge of developing projects of various scales, from housing, EU-funded research projects, as well as public and private competitions.

Antonio Sanmartín. aZCON Architectures

aZCON Architectures. Architecture studio founded by Antonio Sanmartín Gabás de Azcon established in Barcelona, which has thirty years of projects, buildings, research and academic responsibilities that began as aSZ arquitectes.

He is associated internationally as KOCHErMINDER architekten, a THUN (Switzerland) based studio founded by Matthias Kocher and Michael Minder.

aZCON architectures broadens and deepens the task of architecture as transcription, addressing contemporary demands and expectations of both practice and academic training.



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