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  • In the heart of the Eastern Townships, perched on a mountainside and overlooking a nature reserve of breathtaking beauty lies BALNEA. Health and wellness, gourmet food, yoga, relaxation, sports, massages, rituals baths: BALNEA reinvents the art of living by creating a stunning experience for all the senses. Spa BALNEA’s new reception building, constructed on piles, […]


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  • Maximum use of the space The project is located in a traditional square in Bogotá between two other buildings, with a specific norm that sets the height and general isolations. The requirement to use as much area as possible resulted in a regular cubic volume and isolated on all sides of other buildings and completely […]


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Spa Balnea’s architecture was symbiotically developed with the energy of its surroundings; articulated by the encompassing nature and the sun’s daily course. The essential outline of the building’s composition derived from the natural site and the original building, creating a place harmonious to its environment. The architectural concept seeks to engage itself from the outside, […]


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An emblematic work of the Modern Movement [41°22'14N - 02°08'60E], it has been exhaustively studied and interpreted as well as having inspired the oeuvre of several generations of architects. The Barcelona Pavilion was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe as the German National Pavilion for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition [http://www.miesbcn.com/en/outside.html]. Built from glass, […]


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