Arias Roig arquitectes

Joan Arias Roig, arquitecto por la universidad de Barcelona desde 1974, ha compaginado la profesión con la docencia durante toda su carrera.

Con estudio propio desde 1974, ha proyectado y dirigido obras tanto de nueva planta como de rehabilitación.

Profesor de proyectos en la Escuela de Arquitectura (1976-2014) y profesor de proyectos de interiorismo en la Escuela de Diseño Elisava (1996-99)

Actualmente es miembro jurado del Tribunal de Proyectos Fin de Carrera en diversas escuelas de arquitectura.

Miembro de la asociación AxA, arquitectos por la arquitectura.


Total Tool

Consultora especializada en diseño y producción de espacios retail desde la ideación hasta su implementación.
Cuenta con una amplia experiencia local e internacional en el sector y lleva adelante proyectos de diseño
comercial abordando las problemáticas a resolver para así generar y gestionar proyectos de arquitectura
comercial y diseño que colaboren en la construcción de valor.



Architectural practice based in Florence (Italy), founded in September 2017.

We focus our work on the social value of architecture through a multidisciplinary approach. The research develops with passion around space and those who live it: the project becomes a logical connection between man and context: architecture Site-specific, architecture human-specific.

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Katherine Delgado Dueñas, Miriam Pfuyo Farfan

Estudiantes de la escuela profesional de arquitectura de la Universidad Andina del Cusco – Perú e integrantes del centro de investigación en arquitectura, tecnología y urbanismo.

Rovira Cuyàs Arquitectes

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Rik De Vooght Architects

Ankerrui 22, 2000 Antwerpen
Tel: 03 345 40 52

Ambroggio Arquitectos

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FERRO assoc.

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White Edge Architects

Estudio Inplace

José Manuel Gonzalez Rouco

Marta Nowicka

Alejandro Dellamea

Neumann Monson Architects

For over 40 years Neumann Monson Architects has merged talent and expertise to drive positive change through relevant design. Iowa’s pragmatic sensibility guides all our work, crafting lasting solutions with a clear sense of purpose. We empower our people, our clients, and our communities through thoughtful problem solving.  Our ability to toggle between empathetic and analytic modes is critical to Neumann Monson’s practice.  We employ an understanding of our communities, our geography and its buildings to fuel our very Iowan ideals.




2001 is a Luxembourg-based architecture company founded in 2010 by Philippe Nathan, who was joined in 2014 by Sergio Carvalho as a partner.

The abstraction of the office’s name symbolizes its core ambition to operate discreetly yet determinedly, and serve strategically in the environment orchestrated by society, which defines its fields of interests, activities and scales: territories, buildings, spaces and ideas.

2001 has a dual approach: physical and built environments, in both the intellectual and cultural realms.

2001 thinks and produces architecture purified to the essential, responding in a rational and coherent way to the urgencies and needs of contemporary society.

2001 strives to contribute to the creation of a qualitative and sustainable living environment: through its spaces, uses and materials.

2001 is convinced that architecture can, and must have a beneficial impact on humanity, in both its built and cultural environments.

In 2012, the office was selected to curate the Luxembourg Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, and in 2018, partner Philippe Nathan was invited to co-curate the Luxembourg Pavilion at the Arsenale for the 16th edition of the Venetian event. In 2015, the firm was awarded the Luxembourg Architecture Prize for its Kitchenstories project.

The office is currently engaged in the construction of (among others): STELLAR, a collective housing block in Tetange, Luxembourg; MEDIK, a medical care centre in Kayl, Luxembourg; NICIBIE townhouse in Esch-Alzette, Luxembourg; and PLOFT, a car-collector’s garage in Schifflange, Luxembourg.

Simultaneously, the firm is designing several projects such as OBAN, a 24-unit housing block in Luxembourg city; ORIA, a 4-apartment block in the south of Luxembourg; and TAKE 5, five social houses for the governmental planning agency Fonds du Logement in Niederkorn, Luxembourg.


Philippe Nathan (Esch-Alzette, Luxembourg 1982) graduated cum laude in Architecture in 2009 at ISACF LaCambre in Brussels.

After collaborating with Brussels-based architecture office 51N4E for three years, he returned to Luxembourg and in 2010, founded 2001.

Beside 2001’s practice in architecture, urbanism and territorial development, Philippe Nathan intervenes in the local contemporary art scene through spatial installations and critical investigations, and has been a contributor, essayist, and jury member.

He taught at the University of Brussels in 2015, as a studio tutor at the summer school of the University of Luxembourg in 2016 and as an assistant at the ETH Zurich, from 2016 to 2018.


Sergio Carvalho (Luxembourg 1981) studied Architecture at ISACF LaCambre in Brussels and at the Politecnico di Milano in Milan.

After collaborating with Luxembourg-based architecture office Teisen-Giesler for three years, he moved back to Belgium in 2010 as an independent architect. In 2014, he joined 2001 as a partner.

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