2014  Active bending dome

2014  Viilu. Actúa UPM

2013  Sociocultural centre. Reinosa

2013  Workplace of the future

2013  The dwelling of the future

2012  Public equipment with heliport

2011  House AyP

2011  Headquarters

2010  Loft 70m2. III design contest

2010  A house in Luanda

2009  House BJ

2009  ZOW_40m2

2009  Asaction. Urban trees

2008  Young architects_J5

2008  Urban furniture. Foro da madeira

2008  Rural equipment. Foro da madeira

2008  Leonor's corner. Soria

2008  Housing industrialization_INVISO

2008  Gran Vía 69 office

2007  National Award_Architecture in Wood

2007  13 public housing c/Betetas. Soria





Wooden equipment units for rural areas

Foro de la Madera de Galicia - Xunta de Galicia

September 2008

Competition. Second prize. In progress


The forest monitoring observatory built using the proposed modular construction system has been designed to respond to specific problems that this kind of construction usually finds: easily transportable original parts, structures with visibility in all directions and minimal space with all basic facilities.

The observatory is divided in three parts: concrete base (it separates wood from the land and therefore from the moisture) hosts stockage area and is used to adapt the observatory to the topography; an intermediate strip of glass that allows visuals in all directions without interruption; and a tree shaped modular wooden structure rising from below, hiding a toilet and the steps on his trunk and whose cover protects forest rangers from weather.

The outer wood pieces are finished with a coal oil treatment that protects the wood from moisture and gives its characteristic black color.