Vila-seca’s origin, in the 12th century, was in the period of repopulation of Tarragona, after a long period in which the territory was abandoned after being a frontier land between al-Andalus and the County of Barcelona. In essence, the town’s origin can be understood as an intersection of roads between the axis formed by the road that linked Cambrils with La Canonja, with the axis that linked Reus with the sea. At the central point of the crossroads, the Church of Sant Esteve is the foundational element from which the first walled town centre was formed. As early as the 16th century, the town centre of Vila-seca grew along the two seminal perpendicular axes outside the walls. This bidirectional suburban growth is materialised by rows of houses between boundary walls built along the initial road, which quickly branches out to accommodate more dwellings. Continue reading NUA arquitectures
La casa se sitúa en una urbanización en las afueras de Salou que se articula alrededor del Parque Arqueológico de la Villa Romana de Barenys, un edificio del siglo I a.C. destinado a la producción de cerámica para la construcción y la elaboración de ánforas, utilizadas para exportar a distintos puntos del Imperio el vino tarraconense. Continue reading NUA arquitectures
Mediona 13 is the rehabilitation of one of the numerous uninhabited houses of the historical center of Tarragona. The intervention consists in allowing more flexible use of the space, bringing natural light and preserving as much as possible the existing construction. Continue reading NUA arquitectures
A versatile and diaphanous space with a permeable facade that opens out onto the street to accommodate different activities. A little bit of home to enjoy new gastronomic proposals. A garden, a dining room and a kitchen.
This project is located in a place occupied for a long time by an accountancy office, transforming it into a cosy and bright space where you can enjoy signature cuisine. Continue reading NUA
In the context of the economic euphoria of the early 2000s, the Theater-Auditorium of Torredembarra was conceived in 2008 as a large facility located next to the train station. The proposed building had 2,700m² and a hall with a seating capacity of 500. Due to the drastic changes in the economic dynamics in subsequent years, construction of the building was abandoned in 2010 and work did not continue for seven years, a period during which it was the subject of theft and vandalism. Continue reading NUA . NAM