Salvà Ortín Arquitectes

Salvà Ortín Arquitectes

Catalina Salvà and Hector Ortín work together in their studio Salvà Ortín Arquitectes with headquarters in Barcelona and Mallorca, Spain, in architecture, urban planning and landscape projects since 2011. They are winners of the first prize of the Europan 15 competition at the Parc BIT de Palma (Mallorca) site with the proposal Beginning et the End in 2019 and Europan 14 competition at the Platja de Palma (Mallorca) site with the proposal Agora 4.8 in 2017. They have also won the 2nd prize at the Riera d'Arbúcies Fluvial Walk competition (2011), a mention of the International Contest Passatges Metropolitans (2015) and the AJAC X Prize (Association of Young Architects of Catalonia) in the category of unbuilt urbanism and landscape (2016) for the project Forum km.0 by Sant Vicenç dels Horts. The restaurant Cocomo in Barcelona has been nominated for the 8th NAN Architecture Awards (2014) and the Pool in Son Mut in Mallorca has been selected at the Rosa Barba Award at the 9th International Landscape Biennial (2016). Catalina Salvà Matas (Llucmajor, 1984) is architect by the Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura del Vallès (ETSAV-UPC), postgraduate in Landscape Architecture and Master Degree in Urban Planning by UPC. She is currently PhD candidate in the Urban and Territorial Planning Department, where she is also associate professor since 2015. Hector Ortín Isern (Barcelona, 1981) is architect by the Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB-UPC) and completes his education in Portugal at the Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto.
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