Architecture blog by Guiding Architects Barcelona
Our articles about architecture and urbanism in the city of Barcelona:
New Social Housing in Barcelona
Innovative and Sustainable Architectural Solutions to Combat Housing Deficit.
Barcelona’s Superblock Model Changes Scale, Embracing Green Axes and Squares.
APROP: Living in a Shipping Container Home
The City of Barcelona Creates Temporary Housing From Old Ocean Freight Containers for Vulnerable People.
Barcelona Innova Week: Free Guided Tours of Innovative and Sustainable Architectural Projects in Urban Regeneration Areas
Guiding Architects Barcelona is partnering with Barcelona Innova Week 2022 offering three free architectural routes through different neighbourhoods of the city on November 19th.
InsighTours: Lecture + Guided Tour Around the Poliesportiu Camp del Ferro in Barcelona
On 13 October 2022 at 6 pm, Brick Award and Guiding Architects invite all those interested to discover Barcelona's Camp del Ferro Sports Complex in conversation with its authors.
Seven Reasons Why Architects and Architecture Lovers Should Visit Barcelona
Discover the main attractions of the Catalan metropolis: from its architectural heritage to its urban landscape.
The City and the Sea
Barcelona Will Host the 37th Edition of the America’s Cup, the Most Important Sailing Regatta in the World.
Mirador Torre Glòries: From Solidity to Lightness
The iconic Barcelona office tower conceived by Jean Nouvel in 2005 has just been remodeled and new cultural uses have been added.
OUT & ABOUT: A Showcase of the Best Contemporary European Architecture
Some thirty projects of those nominated for the EU Mies Award 2022 open their doors throughout Europe during the month of May. We offer guided tours to the five shortlisted projects in Barcelona.
Drap-Art ’21: La ciudad se recicla
Visita guiada de arte y arquitectura sostenibles por el Barrio Gótico de Barcelona en el marco de Drap-Art '21 - ¡Consigue tu entrada!
The Frenetic Standstill – Jon Tugores’ high-speed shots of Barcelona’s Eixample
An architect and airline pilot from Barcelona who combines two seemingly disparate professions. With his boots in the mud of the construction site and in a blue blazer 10,000 meters above the sea on the approach to the vibrant metropolis.
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