Energetic, playful, colourful. Teresa Sapey, an architect with a degree in Fine Arts, treats architecture as the art of space, and each project as a blank canvas that is born of an idea.
Colour and light are the materials she uses as a way to give volume to each of her works.
Tamara Falcó reveals her favourite recipes to surprise guests this holiday season. A fusion of flavours that the winner of MasterChef Celebrity Spain has created among the pots and pans of a Residence HPL kitchen from Porcelanosa.
From his own studio, Luis Vidal + Architects, this Spanish architect has become a world leader through his large and extensive projects, among which the Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez airport Terminal 4 and Heathrow airport Terminal 2 stand out.
Methodical, intuitive and true to his principles, the chairman of Room Mate Group is one of the Spanish hotel market’s most important business leaders. With 26 hotels and seven tourist apartment buildings, this former jockey has expanded his brand worldwide at a canter and relentlessly. Undertakings are also an elite sport.
Estudio Lamela is sixty-five years old. Antonio Lamela created it and since his death in 2017, it has been given continuity by his son, Carlos Lamela.
Architect, lifestyle blogger and events and weddings planner. For Macarena Gea, a project is either perfect or not perfect. Self-demanding by nature and a perfectionist through pure determination, her projects breathe that effortless chic style which represents her so much.
Architect, computer designer, inventor and teacher at MIT Media Lab of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; she oversees the research of new ways of meeting between digital manufacturing technology which can interact with the biological world. Neri Oxman is leading a new era for design where microorganisms, bodies, products and buildings can interact symbiotically.