Winning Project: A House in Herrera de Camargo Architect: MMIT Arquitectos Location: Herrera de Camargo, Cantabria Brief description: A residential facade that stands out due to the well-marked volumetry through the use of two different colors – Neolith® Nero and Avorio. A single-family home featuring straight lines and a minimalist style where Neolith® was applied in multi-format for the exterior facade cladding as well as the roof. Opinion of the Jury: It’s worth emphasizing the volume and use of Neolith both for the vertical and horizontal […]
The building is constructed according to the parameters set as winner of a tender offer in 2012 for the bus station and municipal library in Ronda (Malaga). The municipal library it is the first phase of development.
Clarity and sincerity. Something more than a soccer field. History, representativeness and identification were its features.
The new building of external consultations will consist of three floors and will communicate with the rest of the hospital through an interior yard.
Interview with Alberto Montes. The urbanist believes that the fortresses are clear: “We have the most beautiful natural city of Spain. But misfortune is the attitude that characterizes us. Lack of initiative with hope »
From the 31 of March in Espacio Ricardo Lorenzo with Los Aguayos nº 5, Santander. Cultural Office of the Official College of Architects of Cantabria
The project of the Municipal Library of Ronda was one of six finalists civil building WAN awards 2016 and the study MMIT have received this great international recognition.
Given the quality of the proposals, the jury considered that it should be granted first and second runners-up to the proposals of the architect Jose Manuel Vega Calleja and MMIT study of architects Agustin and Alberto Montes Gaisán and Javier Teran, respectively.
This important award recognizes and celebrates internationally the best of the architecture of the public sector and has made a selection of the 28 projects that were initially evaluated
The WAN Civic Buildings Award 2016 recognises and celebrates the finest in public sector architecture. With a variety of high calibre entries from across the globe, this year’s competition did not disappoint. Heading steadily into its eighth year, the WAN Civic Buildings Award not only rewards firms for their architectural and sustainability credentials, but also how projects engage with their local area and integrate within the community.