Roldán + Berengué, arqts, is an award winning architecture firm with 25 years of experience, formed by a multidisciplinary team with experts in sustainability, design and construction with predominantly public national and international projects in all scales.
Buildings | Expert in residential architecture (14 public and private developments, highlighting a residential tower in Plaza Europa),
Corporate headquarters (Barcelona Activa HQ, Catalonian Economists Association HQ, Association of Architects in Lugo), public and private facilities (educational, sports, cultural, civic, health), and the restoration of historic and industrial buildings (church of the Trinitarians in Vic, old industrial building Fabra i Coats to housing in Barcelona, Fireman station to a museum).
Urban Planning | In urbanism, the firm has made integrated projects (planning + urbanization + construction) of new implementation and reform of existing layers (El Graell, Vic, 20 Ha; Sedó Industrial Colony, Esparreguera, 7 Ha; Els Munts, Altafulla, 1.5 Ha), as well as numerous planning documents.
International | Since 1998, maintains an extensive international academic activity, founding BAC Barcelona Architecture Center, the center that designs and hosts study abroad programs for architectural universities from the US, Mexico, Canada and Japan.
The BAC has reached a number of over 1,800 American and Asian students since its foundation.
Awards | R+B arqts have received numerous awards and recognitions both nationally and internationally (FAD, Mies van der Rohe, ASCER, Hispalyt, Architecture +).
With the recent Economists Hq building they have received:
First Prize. AIT Award; Best in Interior and Architecture 2014″ in the category Office / Adminstration. Frankfurt, Germany.,
First Prize. Saint Gobain Glass / CITAV Architecture in Glass 2014 Award for the Best Architectural Project.,
First Prize. NAN Architecture and Construction Prize for the Best Non-Residential Project.,
First Prize. Catalonia Construction Awards 2014,
Finalist FAD Architecture Awards 2014.
And was nominated project for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.