“Neruca” house . Bezana

sukunfuku studio . photos: © Jorge Allende

“Neruca” is a grape variety from Cantabria which gives its name to the project, given its black anthracite envelope.
The house is located on a narrow plot, with two main façades, the east and the west, facing the adjoining plots and very close to the nearby constructions, while only a small portion faces public areas to the south. Continue reading sukunfuku



Museo del arte rupestre . Puente Viesgo

sukunfuku . Museo del arte rupestre . Puente Viesgo (6)

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After visiting the project site for the first time, we were very concerned about the building integration. The place has exceptional location, with a privileged green environment surroundings, intimately related to the Municipality of Puente Viesgo, located a few meters away.
At the same time, the project will work as the main access to the caves, having an intermediate role in the pedestrian path that bring the visitor to the Main Cave. That condition will exposed a lot the Roof and the Museum will be very visible from many points of the route.
Our response was to design a building with simple and slender lines, able to be adaptable to the topography, but taking advantage of the flatter parts of the plot for its settlement.
We thought in a monolith that grew slightly in height as the internal program required it. That is why we connected the three volumes with one single roof, made in stone to bring some character related to the site and to have a direct link to the heart of the caves, made in limestone.
The target was to assure a certain level of high durability over the time, adding a certain level of dignity to a project that will host in its interior an exhibition of the Rock Art of whole region, Cantabria: something with the maximum level of interest locally and internationally. Continue reading sukunfuku


Albert Palazón


Albert Palazón . Fictions . EUROPAN 14 . LILLESTRØM (1)

Linares . Bastardas . Rius . Del Olmo | Menéndez . Termenón . Pérez | sukunfuku



Cities expand their existence through years, deca des and centuries. It is through this time-lapse process that multiple interventions, social, cultu­ral changes and even technological knowledge overlap on the fabric of our cities, shaping their spaces and architectures. Our cities are a com­plex a superposition of layers along time.
Unlike the old modern masterplans from the last century, we must understand all the prexisting layers and situations so as to work in the cities of our future. Continue reading Albert Palazón