• Grand Metis 2015 Competition_PlasticScape

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    This was our proposal for Grand Metis 2015 Competition, Quebec, Canada. “PlasticScape”

    Project authors: GYRA Architects (Reyes León & Andres Infantes)

    The main idea is the concept of a recycled garden, a landscape made of empty water bottles. An artificial topography used as public furniture and plant pots.
    The purpose of this installation is to create consciousness about sustainability by letting people enjoy it.
    Furthermore, the challenge to create a beautiful object from plastic waste, which also gives the advantage of using a piece of furniture that will be “cheap and chic”.

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  • Seoul Awards Ceremony

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    International Competition for Rehabilitating Mapo Oil Depot into a Cultural Park.

    We were at Seoul City Hall receiving the Honorable Mention Award with Jongsoo Lee, from Node Architecture.



  • Gyra Architects on Bustler.net

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    Our awarded proposal for Rehabilitating Mapo Oil Depot into a Cultural Depot Park International Competition published on Bustler.net

    [04th September 2014]


  • Re-thinking The Future Awards _ Honorable Mention

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    The Hong Kong Art Pavilion has received an Honorable Mention in the Public Building Concept Category at the International 2014 Re-thinking The Future Awards.

    Project authors: GYRA Architects (Reyes León & Andres Infantes) + BARRIE HO Architecture



  • We Come in Peace

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    “We Come in Peace”. _ Arts Pavilion Design Competition for West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong.

    (GyraArchitects & Barrie Ho Architecture)

    The Arts Pavilion will be located in the West Kowloon Cultural District within a maritime environment, Victoria Harbour.

    However this place will be a future huge cultural complex surrounded by green forest and seawater.

    The Arts Pavilion should take these points into account; not only the deep cultural character it will have, but also the industrial place where it belongs.

    In this way, the structure of The Project is designed evoking the structure of a boat. Sixteen light metallic ribs disposed in a radial way form the whole pavilion.

    Nevertheless a visitor will have the experience of being under a tree as the interior has been designed with the form of a trunk and branches so that nature gets inside the pavilion.






  • Be cool.

    500x500_72pix_inch_rgb_ALZADO CORTOBe cool, be fresh. (Gyrarchitects+CalconsaXXI+JG Engineers)

    The design of Taichung City Cultural Center is based on an important heritage of Taiwanese culture, the landscape.

    The natural elements of the landscape are conceived as the most ecological and sustainable concept.

    Is there anything more sustainable than a mountain? Anything more ecological than a cloud?

    When we put both together, mountain and cloud, a big union, eco-sustainable, is formed. The cloud will collect rain water for mountain green roof-top irrigation. It is the essence of ecology and self-sufficiency.

    Mountain and cloud, or museum and library. Two united elements, two programs, but one landscape, an eco-cultural icon for Taichung.



  • Wash your face.


    Postal free design for exhibition in Matadero Madrid.

    Nature against speculation and UFO against white elephants.

  • We were in FMF.


    In Madrid several colective groups, associations and architecture offices work in new models for public spaces management, to reactivate and improve neighborhoods, buildings and non used sites.

    Festival Madrid Futuro collected every proposal about different scales with different thoughts and exposed them in Matadero Madrid.

  • Kpop City. Taiwan.

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    Digital model for Kaohsiung Maritime Cultural and Popular Music Center (KPOP) competition in Taiwan.

    The project will be finished in 2015.


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