Vélez-Malaga Law Courts

Vélez-Malaga Law Courts Image
August 20, 2009
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AMBAR

The solution for covering most of the exterior walls in the Vélez-Malaga law courts was a ventilated façade. The pieces were cut to measure in various formats, most of them ±80 x 35 x 3 cm, meaning that this façade had to be installed with special anchoring. The natural stone used was Ambar marble, some 2,000 m² 3 cm thick with a flamed finish. The same material was used for the copings and flashings, with a honed finish.

 

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Andalusian Parliament Building

Andalusian Parliament Building Image
August 20, 2000
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AMBAR

Known as the Hospital de las Cinco Llagas or La Sangre (Seville), this historic complex houses the headquarters of the Andalusian Parliament. In one of its most recent renovations, we supplied Ambar marble from the Andalusian village of Huéscar (Granada) for paving the Patio del Recibimiento as well as the entrance to the Salón de Plenos with steps of solid pieces.

 

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Rotterdam Law Courts

Rotterdam Law Courts Image
August 20, 1998
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Grey limestone

This façade is clad with grey limestone measuring from ±180 x 120 x 3 cm to 100 x 100 x 3 cm. Thousands of square metres were prepared in two finishes – streaky and streaky + rustic – and installed in combination.

 

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Jaén Chamber of Trade

Jaén Chamber of Trade image 1
August 20, 1998
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Rojo Alicante and white marble

The entrance hall and cloister of this three-storey building are clad in Rojo Alicante and white marble. The large format white floors combine pieces measuring 60 x 60 x 2 and brackets of the same size in both materials. The stairways have white steps and walls clad with Rojo Alicante with a hand rail embedded in the wall itself. For the white marble claddings, large format  bush-hammered white marble pieces were used at the base with polished ones at the top, in a horizontal layout, narrowing to the bush-hammered plinth on the top floor. Finally, as the central axis, the cloister is delimited with columns and a wall of balusters and hand rails on the top floor.

 

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Tudela Town Council

Tudela Town Council Image
August 20, 1992
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CREMA MARFIL

Most of this artisan project was the remodelling of the entrance hall to the Tudela Town Council building. The floors are of pieces cut to size, the imperial stairway with balusters and hand rails, the claddings with mouldings and the pillars and arches are all of high quality ivory cream with a polished finish, forming part of this design with classical and elegant airs.

 

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Bank of Spain

Bank of Spain Image 2
August 20, 1988
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CAPRI PERLA, Alicante red and white marble

Designed by Rafael Moneo, this sober building was a project of mostly artisan work due to its façade elements. Polished red Alicante marble was installed inside in unusually large formats (±180 × 90) but the exterior is perhaps even more impressive. The general cladding is of solid pieces measuring l/free x 40 x 10 cm of textured Alicante red, the lettering is of recessed white marble and, of course, the Spanish coat of arms at the pedestrian entrance was carved in place from a single piece of pearl Capri limestone while the rest of the work was being carried out.

 

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