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EUROPAN 16. Levanger (NO)

Competition "SPECIAL MENTION" Year 2021   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Collaborators: Alvaro Itarte Renders: Bump Estudio Location: Levanger, Norway   REVEAL/RELINK/REBUILD Sustainable Urban Development Strategy Revealing what was already there is the core concept for the urban revitalisation of the historical town of Levanger. Revealing the existing nature, heritage, entrepreneurialism and social values; and make them work together for the sustainable future of the town in 3 complementary scales: 1 Regional-scale, connecting Levanger with its natural surroundings. 2 Urban-scale, improving mobility and public, walkable and bikeable spaces. 3 Architectural-scale, creating a new building for the promotion of culture, society and innovation.   Revealed landscape. Bring nature to the city or bring the city towards nature? Levanger is located in an outstanding natural scene where the waters of Levangerelva river meet Trondheimsfjorden, with unique biodiversity also seen in Eidsbotn and the farmlands along the fjords. However, the current urban development has isolated the urban space from its natural surroundings. Thus, a new walkable and cyclable promenade connects Levanger’s historical center and...

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House restoration AR21

In construction Year 2021   Client: Private Surface: 170,00 m2 Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Location: Galicia, Spain   Rehabilitation of an existing single-family home in a coastal town...

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CITIC. ICT Research centre

Competition "HONORABLE MENTION" Year 2021   Architects: Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Renders: Bump Estudio Location: A Coruña, España   Tradition and Innovation The proposal seeks to create a landmark in the Cidade das TIC, a recognized element in the landscape that represents the innovation of the campus through its architecture at the forefront of construction and sustainability. Flexibility characterizes the project by providing open spaces that can be adapted to the needs that may arise. The central spaces around the atrium stand out, which have a series of meeting rooms that provide privacy, as well as rest and relaxation areas, which can also occasionally function as work spaces or meeting points. The possibility of expanding the building in the future through two strategies is contemplated, firstly being able to incorporate part of the central space to the work areas, and if more surface is needed, the construction of a second annexed phase managed jointly with the existing building. The new wooden construction systems are...

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House restoration PB22

In construction Year 2021   Client: Private Surface: 110,00 m2 Architects Diego Díaz Mosqueira Gustavo Figueira Serrano Location: Carballo, Spain   Rehabilitation of an existing single-family home in a rural area...

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