GRAS REYNÉS ARQUITECTOS develops its activity mainly in Spain, although with a growing international presence. His work covers a wide range of projects: from the creation of unique signature single-family villas to the construction of multi-family blocks, hotels, office buildings, housing renovation and urban planning.
Although GRAS REYNÉS ARQUITECTOS is a young and growing firm, it has an interdisciplinary and international team that is committed to diversity. GRAS REYNÉS ARQUITECTOS stands out for its innovative solutions in harmony with the context, as well as for its bold and vanguard approach to design. The result is a wide range of high-profile architectural projects.
GRAS vision and main objective it to establish itself as an architectural firm focused on the development and integral execution of architectural projects at a local, national and international level, always providing innovative and sustainable solutions. Projects that reflect a commitment to today’s society and to the context in which they are developed.
GRAS projects try to raise the quality of life of their users and improve the perception of the architect’s role, through an ethical practice, and also respectful of the environment.
Proof of this are the series of remarkable events in the short history of GRAS Reynés Arquitectos that have led us to believe that these principles have been and will be the right ones:
In 2008, GRAS together with MVRDV won the international competition for the new Ecocity in Montecorvo, Logroño (Spain), a milestone in the history of the office, which gave the firm international projection. (LINK)
In 2016, the studio was invited to participate in the exhibition "Time, Space, Existence" at the 15thVenice Biennale of Architecture. (LINK)
In 2017, the "Where Eagles Dare" project won the "American Architecture Prize" in the Private Villas category. (LINK)
In 2018, the director of GRAS REYNÉS ARQUITECTOS, Guillermo Reynés was awarded the "40/40 Europe Design Award", considered by the President of The Chicago Athenaeum Museum to be "one of the 40 most brilliant and progressive architects ever selected for these awards". (LINK)