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.
The 90,000 m2 commercial macrocomplex will be located in Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid) and will house 114 shops, 32 restaurants, a 10,000 m2 lake, and a beach club with an artificial sand beach.
Green buildings, the selection of Valencia as the World Design Capital 2022 and the 2019 National Innovation Award presented by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities to the Porcelanosa Group were just some of the highlights from last year.
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.
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With over 150 years of history, this building is listed as part of the Historical Heritage of the city and represents the typical architecture of the Basque Country. The original foundations of the building have been preserved in the refurbishment and more avant-garde structures have been added, fashioned from oak and ceramics.
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.
These awards, with 180 years of history, acknowledge the best architectural projects carried out in the UK and the rest of the world.
Surrounded by palm trees, turquoise pools that mirror the Atlantic Ocean, three gourmet restaurants…
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.
The hipster style and new trends in men’s fashion have revived these traditional spaces with new techniques and products. The barber shop boom has brought a business reformulation which is based on fashion, personal care, art and design.
Founded in 1143, this medieval abbey that once housed the monks of the Cistercian order is today a five-star spa hotel made up of 79 rooms and 16 treatment cabins. The thermal zone includes 2000 square metres and its mineral waters of high medicinal value come from the same San Bernardo spring.
With a long family tradition, the Arzuaga Navarro winery is another mandatory stop to get to know the region through its wines and signature dishes.
The Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities has handed out eight awards to those companies and professionals that have based their business model and business strategy on innovation and prestigious design.
Porcelanosa Grupo, Point and Marisa Gallén, are some of the award-winners in this edition.