Interpretation of the dualism between the stereotomic and the tectonic in the work of Alberto Campo Baeza: the architect takes a new look at the way gravity interacts with light in architecture in his Multi-Sport Pavilion at Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid.
Gravity and light join in a new synthesis in Alberto Campo Baeza’s house in Monterrey, Domus Aurea. A homage to Luis Barragàn, Campo Baeza’s Domus Aurea has a gold wall that commands light throughout the entire project. Elements of the Spanish architect’s design philosophy appear in the home.
Alberto Campo Baeza's Raumplan house applies the theories of Adolf Loos. Campo Baeza reflects on the current potential of the Raumplan as spatial development, creating an extremely “mute” home in which the main point of view is from the inside.
Architect Alberto Campo Baeza has won the second BigMat '15 International Architecture Award for his plan for the new offices of the government of Castile and Leòn in Zamora, Spain. The first edition of the contest, in 2013, was won by Xaveer De Geyter Architects (XDGA) with Elishout Kitchen Tower Campus COOVI.
CSCAE has awarded the Premio de Arquitectura Española Internacional (Spanish International Architecture Prize) 2015 to Soulages Museum, to the plan for the new Louvre in Lievin, France, and to the Gran Agadir Master Plan.
The renovation project of the Saint-Jean school complex in Strasbourg designed by the architectural studio Dominique Coulon et associés, Architectes, is a perfect example of expertise in doing away with the monotonous and repetitive features of a rational sixties building.
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