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OFFICE 2018-02-23T11:32:54+00:00

OFFICE

[ ‘nu ra ]

‘area or region in regards to its physical features in Australian aboriginal language’

Working together since 2010, Maria Sabrià and Albert López are nura arquitectes. The practice arises from the passion for architecture and design, focused on giving response to the place and the environment, doing so through the history and taking into consideration new ways of behaving and living.

Nura arquitectes is a multifunctional office born halfway between Catalonia and Australia. Specialized in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and urban design, our projects are the result of a demanding architecture itself, emphasizing in sustainable buildings respectful with the environment.

Located in Palafrugell, heart of Baix Empordà (Girona).

Maria Sabrià

Graduated in Masters of Architecture in 2010 at the university ETSALS Barcelona.
Postgraduate in Environmental Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design in 2011 at the university ETSALS Barcelona.

Her experience arises from having worked in a broad range of environments and projects in Catalonia, Australia and Middle East.

She started her career in the Town Planning Department in Barcelona City Council and working for different architecture studios in Catalonia, working on public and residential buildings.

In her career in Sydney, as a Project Leader in urban design projects, she became a specialist in landscape architecture in one of the top practices in Australia.

Albert López

Graduated in Masters of Architecture in 2010 and with a Postgraduate in Environmental Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design in 2011 at the university ETSALS Barcelona, Albert has worked in many projects for the public administration, like day care centres, schools or hospitals.

Specialist in housing and hospitality, he has been Project Leader in important offices in Sydney. He has also worked actively designing skyscrapers in privileged locations in the CBD by the Sydney Harbour.

He has been also teacher assistant in the architecture school of ETSALS Barcelona and several times invited as board member for final projects in the University of New South Wales (Sydney).