Villa Valldoreix, Barcelona Property,, Spain, Photos, Building, Project, Design, Image
Villa Valldoreix Barcelona, Catalunya
Modern Spanish Building – design by Mangera Yvars Architects, Spain
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Valldoreix, Barcelona, Spain
Design: Mangera Yvars
Contemporary home design using gently sloping floor and roof planes
Casa Valldoreix images / information from Mangera Yvars
Villa Valldoreix architects : Mangera Yvars Architects
Location:Valldoreix, Barcelona, Spain
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Ada Yvars Bravo Architect COAC
Ada Yvars Bravo studied architecture at the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (ETSAB) before working for Carlos Ferrater Architects and Jose Luis Mateo Architects in Barcelona. Ada then moved to London where she worked and tutored with Florian Beigel Architects at North London University as well as Pierre D’Avoine Architects before joining Stirling Prize winning architect David Chipperfield Architects where she was a senior architect responsible for The Francis Bacon Studio, London, The MACLA office building in Barcelona and The Rothschild’s House, in New York.
Ali Mangera Dip Arch RIBA MEng
Ali studied structural and environmental engineering completing a Master’s degree at The University of Leeds, England and The University of Pennsylvania State, USA in 1990.
Ali then studied architecture at The Architectural Association, London before working at Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Chicago and Zaha Hadid, London as a senior architect working on the award winning MAXXI Centre for Contemporary Arts, Rome.
Villa Valldoreix images from Mangera Yvars Architects, 2007
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Valldoreix is a railway station in Sant Cugat del Vallès in the province of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It is served by lines S1, S2, S5, and S55 of the Metro del Vallès commuter rail system, which are operated by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya, who also run the station.
The station is situated on a curve, and has twin tracks, with two side platforms. It is in fare zone 2C of the Autoritat del Transport Metropolità fare system. Although the line through Valldoreix opened in 1917, linking Les Planes with Sant Cugat del Vallès, the station itself did not open until 1931.
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