Tierra de Campos, symbol of a town. New Mansilla Mayor Square by Ocamica Tudanca Arquitectos

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Collaborators
RGS, Roberto García Sierra.
Developer
Mansilla Mayor City Council.
Builder
COYSA S.L.
Area
1750m².
Dates
2019.
Location
Mansilla Mayor, Castilla y León, Spain.

Iñigo Ocamica, Iñigo Tudanca. Ocamica Tudanca arquitectos

Ocamica Tudanca arquitectos is a young architecture firm founded in 2017 formed by Iñigo Ocamica and Iñigo Tudanca. They began to collaborate in 2016, during the enabling master's year that they studied at the ETSA Vallès (UPC). Since then they have worked performing both public work (through competitions) and selected private work projects.
 
They work with commitment and rigor, valuing each project as a new challenge, regardless of the nature of the assignment, its scale, location, or budget. They value the context from respect. They work with the needs and limitations of the project as design tools, understanding them as potential opportunities. Its objective is to find unique atmospheres that dialogue with the environment and are suggestive for its occupants.

Iñigo Ocamica was born in Zarautz (Guipúzcoa, Basque Country) in 1992. He finished his degree in Architecture at ETSASS (San Sebastián) in 2016, with the extraordinary End of Degree award for best promotion record, and he received the Kutxa End of Race. During his formative years, he complemented his studies with various courses and workshops, among which the Industrialized Construction Workshop (organized by the UPVI-EHU research group CAVIAR) and the Advanced Photography Course on Architecture and Landscape (UPV) stand out. -EHU).
 
He graduated Master in Architecture from ETSAV (Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona) in 2017. The final master's work (developed together with Iñigo Tudanca) was nominated for the YTAA (Young Talent Architecture Awards) of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe.

Iñigo Tudanca was born in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Álava, Basque Country) in 1988. He finished his Degree in Technical Architecture at the University of Burgos in 2011. He finished his degree in Architecture at ETSASS (San Sebastián) in 2016. He was part of the Ressó team. of the Solar Decathlon 2014, which was the winner of the 1st prize for architecture, 1st prize for innovation and 3rd prize for urban planning, as well as a selection for the 2017 FAD Awards.
 
He graduated Master in Architecture from ETSAV (Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona) in 2017. The final master's work (developed together with Iñigo Ocamica) was nominated for the YTAA (Young Talent Architecture Awards) of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe.

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