vi17 - Noblessner Tallin

89 Residences in Noblessner, Tallin

Competition "SPECIAL MENTION"   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez   Renders: Bump Estudio   Location: Tallin, Estonia   Noblessner: A Historic Maritime District   Introduction Noblessner, Tallinn's historic industrial district, is poised for a remarkable transformation. Our proposed architectural and urban design solution breathes new life into this area, creating a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly public space that seamlessly blends respect for Noblessner's heritage with modern living.   Preserving the Past, Embracing the Future The design meticulously balances the preservation of Noblessner's industrial character with contemporary architectural elements. The existing historic structures serve as inspiration, reflected in the buildings' diverse and playful facades. Cantilevered elements facing the Dry Storage Area echo the industrial past while maintaining a sense of openness.   The Heart of Noblessner: The Reimagined Dry Storage Area The Dry Storage Area transforms into a captivating public space. Restored rails retain their historical charm, while cleverly integrated moving platforms host exciting amenities like public saunas, adventure playgrounds, seating areas, and stages for cultural events. Gentle slopes ensure accessibility...

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vi17 | EUROPAN 17. Larvik

EUROPAN 17. Larvik (NO)

Concurso "SPECIAL MENTION"   Architects: Diego Diaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez Jimena González Verdía   Renders: Bump Estudio   Location: Larvik, Norway   Europan 17, Larvik. "Topography for life" Reimagining Larvik: A Holistic Approach to Urban Revitalization The "Europan 17: Living Cities" project envisions a transformative future for Larvik, Norway, by harmonizing its historical richness with contemporary needs. The strategy outlined in this proposal emphasizes the integration of urban life with natural landscapes, promoting sustainability, inclusivity, and community engagement. By merging the town's heritage with modern innovations, Larvik aims to become a vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive town that respects its past while embracing the future confidently.   The General Strategy At the heart of this proposal is a bold strategy to consolidate Larvik's existing urban fabric. This involves fostering heritage walks, creating green structures, reducing car dependency, and encouraging community participation. The goal is not merely to address the town’s current challenges but to seize opportunities to create a dynamic and inclusive urban environment. This holistic vision...

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vi17 | Galería de arte Manuel Facal

Manuel Facal Art Gallery

Year 2023   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano   Renders: Bump Estudio   Location: Carballo, España   Manuel Facal Art Gallery Manuel Facal is a prominent contemporary artist from Galicia, whose work has been recognized both nationally and internationally. Facal is characterized by his focus on the exploration of large formats and his deep interaction with space and light. His work, which includes painting, sculpture, and installations, is defined by a unique sensitivity that seeks to transform and dialogue with the environment. Throughout his career, Facal has developed a distinctive style that combines traditional techniques with contemporary innovations, creating pieces that are not only observed but also experienced. Facal has been the protagonist of numerous exhibitions in prestigious galleries and museums, and his work has been the subject of study and admiration by critics and collectors. His ability to capture the essence of Galicia's landscapes and light, and his skill in translating those experiences into art, have earned him a prominent place...

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vi17 | Centro Cultural Tartu

Tartu Südalinna Cultural Center (SÜKU)

Year 2023   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez Jimena González Verdía   Renders: Bump Estudio   Location: Tartu, Estonia   Tartu Südalinna Cultural Center (SÜKU)   Concept The project for the Tartu Center Cultural Center is an integral effort that combines sustainability, cultural synergy, and identity in an innovative architectural design. Through the use of local and sustainable materials, respect for biodiversity and heritage, and the implementation of advanced technologies, the project not only aims to meet the UN Agenda 2030 goals but also to become a cultural and environmental reference for the city of Tartu.   Cultural Synergy The aim is to create cultural synergy by interrelating all areas of the building through a central open space that acts as a link and connection between these areas. The building's organization allows for an intuitive, direct, and comfortable relationship for users.   Identity The building is conceived as an iconic element with an identity representative of the cultural use it contains. It is intended to be a cultural...

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Centro social en Vigo

Social centre in Vigo

Competition "1st MENTION" Year 2023   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez Jimena González Verdia   Renders: Bump Estudio   Location: Vigo, Spain   SOCIAL CENTRE IN VIGO   IDENTITY The building is conceived as an architectural icon with a representative identity. Our goal is for it to become a reference in the city, providing a friendly image in line with its function. The structure aims to stand out and be recognized for its innovative and modern design, contributing significant aesthetic value to the urban environment.   ENERGY EFFICIENCY Energy efficiency is the main goal of this proposal. Through a combination of active and passive strategies, we aim to create a self-sufficient building with zero CO2 emissions and minimal energy consumption. This will allow us to achieve the highest sustainability certifications, ensuring a positive environmental impact and efficient use of resources.   STRUCTURE AND DESIGN The starting point is an existing building with a square floor plan and cubic shape. It is proposed to remove the current enclosures and create a...

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Galician Government Headquarters

Competition Year 2022   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez   Renders: Bump Estudio   Location: Ourense, Spain   GALICIAN GOVERNMENT HEADQUARTERS IN OURENSE   Identity The new headquarters of the Xunta de Galicia in Ourense is envisioned as a landmark that embodies the values and aspirations of the region. The building aims to serve as a physical manifestation of the institutional presence and authority of the Xunta, while simultaneously projecting a welcoming and approachable image. It is designed to be a civic icon, symbolizing the commitment to public service, innovation, and sustainability. To achieve this, the architecture incorporates elements that resonate with the local culture and heritage, ensuring that the building is not just a functional space, but also a source of pride for the community. The design emphasizes transparency and accessibility, reflecting the government's dedication to openness and engagement with its citizens.   Design and Volume The building is conceptualized as a single volume covered by a double skin that enlivens and elevates the facade....

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Termas de Bande

Thermal Center in Bande

Competition Year 2022   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez   Renders: Bump Estudio    Location: Bande, Spain   THERMAL CENTER IN BANDE The "IMPLUVIUM" project is a proposal for the construction of a thermal center in the Municipality of Bande, aiming to enhance and utilize the existing mineral and thermal water area. The central concept of the project is inspired by the classic impluvium, an architectural element of Roman and Greek houses designed to collect rainwater.   Concept and Design The impluvium, a central pond for collecting rainwater, serves as the main inspiration for the design development. The proposal adapts this classic concept to modern needs and the environment, with water as the central element of the space, meanwhile all the enclosed spaces needed run along this central pivotal space. The circular shape of the impluvium provides fluidity and flexibility, contrasting with more orthogonal schemes.   Massing and Materiality The main building takes the form of a circle or cylinder, with a central circular void from...

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CNTE Centro Nacional de Tecnologías del Envase

National Packaging Research Center

Competition "WINNER" Year 2022   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Alba Álvarez Vázquez Collaborators: SOG Design Renders: Bump Estudio Location: Calahorra, Spain   CNTE. National Packaging Research Center The project for the "National Center for Packaging Technologies (CNTE)" reflects the concepts of sustainable and modular architecture, designed to be a benchmark in the field of packaging technology. The central idea of the project is the implementation of a 10x10 meter module, which is prefabricated and adaptable to various environmental conditions. This modular approach not only enhances energy efficiency by integrating innovative solutions such as solar panels and skylights but also provides flexibility in terms of future expansion and adaptation. The proposal is characterized by the creation of a volume and a final shape that emerge from the repetition of this module. This strategy results in a unified architectural envelope that encapsulates the entire building program under a single cover. Among the most distinctive features of the design are the diagonal lines that run across the...

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