The idea of this new project in Tarifa arises from the close vision of the environment. A longitudinal volume that is deposited on a platform materialized as a terrace and pool, merging with the sea.
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Can we build on this hillside by depositing a single piece? To answer this question, the project is drawn as a very thin plate, 9 centimeters thick, which is folded respecting the unevenness and the regulations.
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Prooject: House of Silence
Photography: Fernando Guerra
The project, which is in the planning and foundation phase, is located opposite of the Sotogrande’s golf course, the house proposes to inhabit the shade generated between the ground floor plan and the roof. A large cantilever allows to stop the intense sun of Cádiz and to protect from the abundant rains of the area of the Sierra de Grazalema.
Tomorrow, Thursday, July 1st, the NIU Houses team together with Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, will present the NIU project, in which you will be able to visit a scale house as well as an exhibition of all the types of homes, interiors and finishes , and in addition the website.
The purpose of the NIU project is to innovate construction systems to increase precision in the materialization of architecture. Deadlines and costs that remain fixed and an architecture that improves the quality of human environments, making them more sustainable and healthy.
Located in the center of Valencia, the project seeks to reinterpret the approach of this type of housing, recovering the potential of disused roofs. We like to think that each building takes away an open space from the city and gives it back on the roof.
Fran Silvestre gave a conference on June 3rd, organized at the Auditorium of Casa Decor 2021 by the Italian brand BTicino, which gathered a select group of clients, architects, designers and interior designers to discuss about the search for efficiency and functionality in each project and space, as well as the role that technology will determine in the home of the future.
The meeting was also attended by the interior designer Diego Rodríguez and the researcher in design trends, Marisa Santamaría.
The project for a clinic in Belgrade seeks to create different atmospheres with the minimum number of elements, in this case, uniform and changing light surfaces that are arranged in some of the surfaces that shape the spaces.
In this series of houses the starting point is a combination of extruded spaces in which the open parts are the ones that are glazed. A way of proceeding investigated in some works by Jacobsen or Souto de Moura. The work process begins with the use of aluminum profiles to make the models, a system that generates an infinite number of combinations. This work produces a kind of chalk laboratory where the limits are very clear.
The magazine for luxury lovers, Fuera de Serie from the Expansión group, has interviewed Fran Silvestre about the architecture and design of the studio’s projects in its latest printed edition, La gran primavera.
The project, which consists of two twin houses that open onto the Sarasota Bay, seeks views of the landscape through two cantilevers that extend over the volume of its ground floors: one in the longitudinal direction and the other in the transverse direction. One of the closest references of the project is the movement of modern architecture that was generated in the mid-20th century in the area known as Sarasota School of Architecture or Sarasota Modern.
The newspaper Las Provincias has published in its edition of Sunday 11th April an interview of Fran Silvestre about his professional career in the Architecture and Design field.
You can read the interview in the online version here.
Our project for Colección inHAUS By Fran Silvestre has been selected as winner for the iF Design Awards in the Professional Architecture Concept category.
The iF Design Awards are one of the most important international design awards. For the 2021 edition, more than 10,000 projects have been presented from 52 countries around the world.
The WELL standard, based on 6 years of medical-scientific research, is the most widespread and prestigious international health and well-being standard in architecture. WELL projects are characterized by putting the human being at the center of their designs, resulting in built spaces that take care of people’s health in an integral way. The Well Villa, designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos and whose health and wellness consultancy has been carried out by Evalore, is the first project of its category to integrate the characteristics of this well-known standard.
You can read the article here.
Best wishes for the New Year
Els millors desitjos per a l’any vinent
Die besten architekten wünsche für das neue jahr
Tanti auguri di buon anno
Os melhores desejos para o ano novo
Les meilleurs architectes voeux pour la nouvelle annéeSzczęśliwego nowego roku
Τισ καλυτερεσ ευχεσ μου για το νεο ετοσ
From the entire team of Fran Silvestre Arquitectos we wish you
Next Monday, December 21, Fran Silvestre will give a Master Class for the Chinese platform Designwire.
Designwire, supports and enhances the development of young architects, driving the interior design industry forward. The platform highlights Chinese interior design works to the world while showcasing international masterpieces to China and they are searching for excellent projects to be published in their website and Wechat account, which is going to be published in English and Chinese, covering 5 million monthly page views and 20,000 post views.
One of the latest projects completed by the studio, Casa del Silencio, has been published in Arquitectura y Diseño, one of the most widely read magazines in the sector.
The project consists of making a musician’s studio coexist with his home. Located in a residential area near Valencia, where neighboring houses are very close to each other, it is decided to generate a semi-buried volume on the ground floor that configures the recording studio.
You can see the publication here.
Las Provincias newspaper in its edition of Sunday, November 15th, shows the projects that from the Fran Silvestre Arquitectos studio, we are developing in different locations in China. Large-scale projects are included, such as the 165,000-square-meter residential complex in Qingdao, as well as small-scale projects, such as the intervention of interior design of all a plant of 600 square meters in the SoHo building in Beijing designed by Zaha Hadid.
Desfici Magazine together with the organization of World Design Capital Valencia 2022 have interviewed Fran Silvestre to learn about one of the latest projects completed by the studio, Topaz of Braye. This project has consisted of completely redesigning a 20-meter long Turkish schooner that was originally owned by a renowned British musical promoter and which is located in the Marina of Valencia.
In addition to this project, other very interesting topics were also discussed in the interview, such as the Eólica Tower, the collaboration with InHaus to carry out the design of industrialized houses or the status of current projects in China. You can read the interview here.
The project consists of making a musician’s studio coexist with his home. It is located in a residential area near Valencia, where neighboring houses are very close to each other. It is decided to generate a semi-buried volume on the ground floor that configures the recording studio. A concrete enclosure, within another concrete enclosure, with highly studied acoustics.
Next Thursday, August 27, at 17:00 in Spain and 09:00 in Guatemala, there will be a conference by Fran Silvestre for the Cátedra Jorge Montes 2020, where they will talk about Designing from the utopian to making it tangible.
The Cátedra Jorge Montes is an event held by students of Architecture and Interior Specialty of the Faculty of Architecture and Design of the Universidad del Istmo. In each edition, contact is created with national and international figures of great importance in the field of architecture and design, and an exchange of experiences is carried out between students from the different universities of Guatemala, Central America, Puerto Rico, Argentina and Japan.
One of the recent projects completed by the studio, Pati Blau, has been published in Minimalissimo, a print and digital magazine focused on minimalism in design that shows some of the best examples in architecture, interiors, furniture and home furnishings.
Our architecture studio has been in charge of designing some of the new models that the Valencian modular houses company will offer to its future clients worldwide.
With this initiative, the modular architecture has managed to bring together designers and industry, resulting in architectures that combine the best design, high energy efficiency, perfection in finishes and a turnkey integral service with price and deadline.
You can find more information here.
Next March 5 at 3:00 p.m., the FISTA20 event will take place at the Escola de Tecnologias e Arquitetura do Iscte – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, where Fran Silvestre will give a lecture about the work and the most important projects of the studio.
The “Forum of Iscte School of Technology and Architecture” is an annual event that takes place thanks to the will and dedication of the students of the School of Technology and Architecture to bring the world of business to university. You can know more about the event here.
Located in the center of the city, the project arises to give response to a new clinic whose values are based on an extremely personalized treatment to the client. The layout of the building, which dates from the beginning of the last century, conditioned the distribution.
The project consists in the refurbishment of a penthouse located in the Costa Blanca of the Mediterranean Sea. Boosting the views of the Bay of Altea becomes the most important element of this proposal.
The project Hofmann house has been published in the book 100 Houses: Nature and Nurture, edited b Images Publishing, one of the world’s leading publishers of architecture and design volumes. It specializes in lavishly illustrated and beautifully designed books that showcase leading and emerging architects and designers internationally.
This edition pulls together an exceedingly diverse collection of 100 of the best contemporary houses from across the globe, each showcasing new and recent cutting-edge residential designs by some of the world’s leading architects and designers with full-color photographs that help underline the sensitivity of today’s design practitioners to the natural environment, as well as the care and attention paid to interior design.