Spaces that can be generated by adapting old industrial buildings represent an inevitable chance for both owners and businesses, as for architects and designers. An example of this is the project for Sedka Novias carried out by Pablo Muñoz Payá, the Alicante architect studio established in Petrer .
David Zarzoso is an Architectural photographer located in Valencia, Spain. Photographic documentation of architecture and industry projects.
A corner of Italy in Valencia. Innovative, cheerful, eco and passionate. This is how Partiggiano, ‘The Social Foodie Club’, breaks into the on-trade market.
In the central Madrid district of Malasaña we designed a small apartment of deep intimacy and warmth, which from the beginning sought to be a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the Spanish capital.
Located in a small valley of Vallés in Catalonia, this Spanish farmhouse was reborn a few years ago with the creation of horse stable linked to the property. The starting point for the grand renovation was a three-floor building with austere structure and following the lower height buildings added throughout the time around it.
Located in a central avenue of Valencia, Spain, we find the new Jagger Club room Designed by Nihil Estudio. A work that develops branding and interior design.
Casa Carmela restaurant now opens to the outside allowing the entrance of natural light to practically the inside “patio” (terrace) and also facilitating the diner to enjoy the views of the promenade, opening at the same time to the gaze of the passer-by.