1986, Miranda de Ebro, Spain
Elena Gil graduated from the School of Architecture of Barcelona (UPC) as an architect in 2011 and has been working at GRAS since 2012. As an architect at GRAS she has been participating in numerous national and international competitions, as well as urban development projects in Countries such as Algeria, Mozambique and Argentina. She has also been participating in sustainable modular architecture studios in different countries and environments through the reuse of elements such as containers and their adaptation to various programs such as student residences, hotels or resorts. Elena currently supervises the construction of the Residential Complex “Cap Adriano” formed by a block of 10 homes and 9 independent villas in Santa Ponça, Mallorca. The project, located in front of the sea, with privileged views, comprises luxury homes distributed in independent villas and an apartment block. The vegetation requires a special significance since it is a question of recovering this zone of coast by means of the typical Mediterranean vegetation of this coastal region. The typical materials of Mallorcan constructions are used in a modern architecture and adapted to the latest technologies.