Category: spain

elarafritzenwalden: Single family house and s…

elarafritzenwalden:

Single family house and studio at Calle del Pintor Ribera
Chamartín – Madrid, Spain; 1960’s

Andrés Perea Ortega

see map

via “COAM Arquitectura” 162 (1972)

kropotkindersurprise:October 31 2018 – Spanish…

kropotkindersurprise:

October 31 2018 – Spanish artist Enrique Tenreiro

defaces the grave of Spain’s fascist dictator Franco with a dove and the slogan “Por La Libertad!” in red paint. He should have brought a pick-axe, but it’s a start.

vanglusss: from-around-the-globe: Three hundr…

vanglusss:

from-around-the-globe:

Three hundred fascists were killed in this explosion in Madrid, Spain, under the five-story Casa Blanca building, on March 19, 1938. Anti-fascist forces tunneled 600 yards over a six-month period to lay the land mines that caused the explosion.

So much for the tolerant left.

House Refurbishment in Seville Historic Center…

House Refurbishment in Seville Historic Center / Harald Schönegger + Inmaculada González

Photos @ Fernando Alda

Hofmann House / Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

Hofmann House / Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

Photos @ FG+SG | architectural photography

elarafritzenwalden: Casa CarvajalSomosaguas -…

elarafritzenwalden:

Casa Carvajal
Somosaguas – Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, Spain; 1966-69

Javier Carvajal Ferrer

see map | about the architect | more information 1, 2, 3

via “COAM Arquitectura” 133 (1970) + 309 (1997)

elarafritzenwalden: The face of the architect…

elarafritzenwalden:

The face of the architect
~ Santiago Gorina Balcells

‘Restaurante Area de Maçanet’
El Molí, Girona, Catalonia, Spain; 1973-74

see map | more information

buildinghead:

buildinghead:

Unknown – Dolmen de Soto, Trigueros, Spain, 2500-3000 BC. Via. Restored by Ayerbe Recco Arquitectos.

House in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-G

House in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-G

Photos © José Hevia

elarafritzenwalden: Single family house at Ca…

elarafritzenwalden:

Single family house at Calle de los Geranios
Galapagar, Madrid, Spain; 1960’s

Andrés Perea Ortega

see map

via “COAM Arquitectura” 162 (1972)