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BUILDING PROJECTS


MULTI-SPORT PAVILION


FRANCISCO DE VITORIA UNIVERSITY MADRID


Playing with light


A minimalist sports pavilion and classroom complex on the campus of a Madrid university has been precision-designed by architect Alberto Campo Baeza to fill the building with light. Jack Wooler reports


the School of Architecture in Madrid (ETSAM) since 1986, is a multi-sport pavil- ion and classroom complex for Francisco De Vitoria University.


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The grandson of an architect, Campo Baeza hails from the port of Cadiz in south west Spain, a city with a rich architectural heritage and a formative environment for the architect. Campo Baeza’s career has included several notable international


he latest project of recognised Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza, head professor of design at


projects with minimalist tendencies, embodying his phrase “more with less,” a reworking of Mies van der Rohe’s famous dictum, and exhibiting exquisitely precise design and use of materials. These range from Guerrero House and the House of the Infinite in his hometown, Cadiz, to the Olnick Spanu House in Garrison, New York.


He is often referred to as the ‘architect of light,’ and this focus on embracing light as the key design element can clearly be seen in his buildings, not least of which the


KEEPING CONTROL


The main sports hall has a combination of opaque, translucent and transparent facades to control light


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