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idearch studio, 2019 COAM PRIZE

We are happy to announce that we have been granted the 2019 COAM PRIZE! The project is the House and Painting space at Hoyo de Manzanares…

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Exhibition and publication of the catalog. PREMIO COAM 2005/2016

Our photographies for Casa Las Hormigas (espegel-fisac arquitectos) and Sport Pavilion at Alcázar de San Juan (Rojo/Fernández-Shaw) are part of the exhibition that you can see now at the COAM. Don’t miss the opportunity for taking a look to this great exhibition of the contemporary architecture at Madrid of the last 10 years!


Joaquín interviewed at La Opinión newspaper

“We always work on spaces with special opportunities, that can have an interesting potential either over academic and social field.”

Joaquín is interviewed today at La Opinión newspaper, talking about his work as professor at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria with the project placed in the interesting city of A Coruña and its port. Due to the movement of the main instalations outside the city, new opportunities emerge and architecture must be there!

Here is the link!

Exhibition of César Galicia… his recent work at Leandro Navarro!

Hi!  You are invited to the exhibition of the recent work of César Galicia, that will be presented tomorrow at 8 pm at the Leandro Navarro Gallery… As you know, we are finishing the works for his working space and housing! You can visit it until 31st October!


Presentation of a 3d printer in our office

IMPRESORA3DYesterday we had a presentation of a printer 3d in our office! We made a key-ring with the project of the housing of Luna street…


Today, our presentation at the IV Session of Urban Management

Today, we are participating at the IV Session of Urban Management! It will be held at the Fundación Fernando de Castro, beginning at 5 pm… Here you will find all the information!

Organized by the Urban Habitat Research Group at the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, inside the Architecture Week 2014.

The entry is free… We hope you can come!