Monograph issue 160 from TC Cuadernos is dedicated to Estudio Lamela, one of Spain’s most influential architectural studios, with a legacy spanning nearly seven decades since its founding in 1954.
In this 362-page publication, we analyze their most recent works ranging from residences and office buildings to large-scale infrastructure developments, such as airport terminals and sports stadiums.
Through their works, themes such as sustainability and urban regeneration are addressed, evidenced in projects like the reconversion of Expo Zaragoza and Centro Canalejas in Madrid, as well as the studio’s internationalization with iconic works like the Krakow Stadium, Warsaw’s Chopin Airport, and the refurbishment of Astro Tower in Brussels among others.
In summary, “Estudio Lamela. Architecture 2005- 2023” is an essential volume, presenting their architecture as a dialogue between past and future, local and global, tradition and innovation.
As always, through a visually rich narrative that combines texts, photographs, drawings, and redrawn constructive details for the occasion.
The publication also includes access to additional digital content linked from the printed version, adding extra value.
Carlos Lamela Interview.
Real Madrid Sports City, Madrid, Spain.
Leitner Building / Lamela Studio Headquarters, Madrid, Spain.
Contact Center, Banco Santander, Querétaro, Mexico.
John Deere Headquarters, Madrid, Spain.
Ebrosa Building, Madrid, Spain.
Cracovia Stadium, Cracovia, Poland.
Caja Badajoz Headquarters, Badajoz, Spain.
Expo-Zaragoza Reconversion, Zaragoza, Spain.
Gran Canaria Airport, Gran Canaria, Spain.
Pacific Office Building, Warsaw, Poland.
Warsaw Chopin Airport, Warsaw, Poland.
Astro Tower Remodeling, Brussels, Belgium.
Discovery Building, Madrid, Spain.
Centro Canalejas Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
Central Campus Offices for Airbus Defense & Space, Madrid, Spain.
Méndez Álvaro Tower, Madrid, Spain.
Office Refurbishment in Amador de los Ríos Street, Madrid, Spain.
T4 Terminal. Madrid-Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain.