With 2,500 projects under their belt, father and son Julio Touza Rodríguez and Julio Touza put their architectural work at the service of people who are looking for a sense of proportionality between human and natural wellbeing. Their ethical commitment is to creating buildings as a specific response, defending aesthetic and social plurality and creating individual stories.
The city of Budva, known as "the pearl of Montenegro" has become one of…
Specialising in premium furniture, the Valencian firm has throughout its 26 year history been a proponent of work done by hand with attention to detail, in the face of depersonalisation and fast consumption in home decor.
The capital is hosting the third edition of this event until 29 February with Turin as a guest city. With 290 activities planned and more than 400 professionals invited, the event transforms every corner of the city into an art gallery to “redesign the world,” as its motto suggests.
With 13 editions behind it, this event recognizes the most innovative projects in design and interior design and is a platform for promoting new talent in this country and abroad.
The growth of cities has led us to incorporate ever more sustainable and eco-efficient materials into these buildings. The installation of solar panels, self-generating energy systems, and laminated wood structures are just some of the latest trends in modern architecture.
They met while studying a postgraduate degree in Valencia, and since then they have become inseparable. Ommar Uribe, Raúl Durá and Pedro Rivera laid out their common interests and concerns to bring life to this project, one of their most innovative in terms of product design.