Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos SLP is an architectural practice based in Galicia, formed by the architects Gustavo Díaz García (1952) E.T.S.A.M and Lucas Díaz Sierra (1974) E.T.S.A.B, with its main offices in La Coruña and Madrid. The studio integrates a wide team of Architecture Associates from several nations. There works have been selected for prestigious awards such as Leading European Architects Forum (LeafAwards) WorldArchitecture News (WanAwards), College of Architects of Galicia (COAG Prizes), Awards of Architecture of Madrid, Enor Awards, Fad Awards, and so on.
They develop a wide range of works, both of public and private sector, integrating institutional, administrative and public service (cultural, educational, sports, commercial equipment, etc), and collective or single housing, taking a special care for competitions.
They have collaborated with different institutions in courses, conferences and exhibitions: University of Architecture of La Coruña, Barcelona and Madrid, Complutense, Alfonso X El Sabio, Architecture University College of Dublin, College of Architecture of Galicia and Barcelona, College of Surveyors of Madrid, Casa de Galicia in Madrid, The Institute of Architecture de San Francisco (California), College of Architects of Romania, PechaKuchaNight conferences.
Among the most notable projects we can highlight the Rehabilitation and Expansion of the Gran Hotel-Spa of Guitiriz, Los Rosales Kinder Garden, Nautical Sports Services Building of Portonovo, the Building of Control CCS of the Outer Harbour of Ferrol, College Malabo in Equatorial Guinea and the the Headquarters of CupaPierres in Paris.
Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos combines the experience of an Architect with over 30 years of profession with the strength of a team of young professionals, witch with their enthusiasm and high exigency are elaborating a great variety and very complex projects. From the daily practice on site and the continuous study of the design, they propose a contemporary architecture designed to integrate values such as environmental, sustainability, economy, rationality and a constructive rigor.