Sustainable urban drainage system. Life CerSuds by Eduardo De Miguel + Enrique Fernández-Vivancos

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Eduardo De Miguel, Enrique Fernández-Vivancos
Design team
Lead architects.- Eduardo De Miguel, Enrique Fernández-Vivancos.
LIFE coordination.- Javier Mira and Jorge Corrales. Hydraulic design.- UPV-IIAMA, Ignacio Domenech y Jessica Castillo. Collaborators.- Ceramic Technology Institute, ITC-AICE, Benicàssim City Council, Institute of Water and Environment Engineering, UPV-IIAMA, CHM Obras e Infraestructuras, SA, TRENCADIS de Semper, SL, Bologna Ceramic Center, CCB , Centro Tecnológico da Cerâmica e do Vidro de Coimbra, CTCV.
CHM Obras e Infraestructuras, S.A.
3,000 sqm.
€ 449,890.
Project.- 2017. Construction starting.- 2018. End of construction.- 2019.
Cobble production.- Trencadis de Sempre, S.L.
Torre Sant Vicent street, Benicàssim, Valencian Community, Spain.

Enrique Fernández-Vivancos

Enrique Fernández-Vivancos was born in Granada, 26/12/1967. He es a PhD Architect by the Universitat Politècnica de València. He is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Architectural Projects of the UPV, Associate Professor of the  UCH-CEU and Visiting Professor of Urban Design at the UTE-FAU of Quito. 

His projects have received various awards at the: X Biennial of European Cities, 2013; XI Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism, 2011; III Mediterranean Landscape Prize of the European Union, 2010; Hispalyt Award for architecture with brick, 2009, Construmat Award for innovation, 2019; and the JAE Young Spanish Architects Exhibition of the Ministry of Culture, 2008. His  research work has been published in: PPA, EGA, Zarch, DPA.


Eduardo de Miguel Arbonés was born in Pamplona in 1959. Architect by the University of Navarra obtaining a Magna cum Laude at his Final Project. He is a PhD Architect from Technical University of Madrid. He enwidens his studies at the Real Academia de España in Rome, at the Centro di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio in Vicenza and at the School of Architecture in Princeton University.

He has held teaching activities as an Associate Professor of Architectural Design at the University of Navarra and the Polytechnic University of Madrid. In 1994 he moved to Valencia and currently is Professor of Studio class at the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

His work has received numerous awards among which could highlight the III Biennial of Spanish Architecture for the Health Center Azpilagaña in Pamplona, ​​the V Biennial of Spanish Architecture by 8 Housing Rehousing in the Carmen district of Valencia and the VII Biennial of Spanish Architecture for the Extension of the Palau de la Música. The Musical Cultural Center in the neighborhood of Cabanyal, was a finalist in the FAD 2004 awards, in the Klippan Award 2008 and selected for the IX Biennale di Architettura di Venezia 2004; Project Landscape integration of the Tram in Grossa Serra de Alicante, recently completed, has won the FAD Award of the opinion 2009, was a finalist in the European Prize for Public Space 2010 and has been selected for the VII Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism in Medellin in 2010. Along with these awards his work has been reflected in numerous magazines and publications among which would include El Croquis, a & V, Architectural Record, Architecture d'Aujourd'hui, the Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture.



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