Thursday, 9 January 2020 / Josep M. Julià i Capdevila

Since its birth, in 1878, on the grounds of Can Mangala annexed to the old “Carretera del Llobregat”, the Can Batlló enclosure and the Barrio de la Bordeta have evolved in parallel to the growth and transformation of the city of Barcelona. After a long evolution, which includes from the construction of the successive blocks with the rise of industrial activity, to the recent self-management of part of the enclosure, the will to open Can Batlló in Gran Vía and the surrounding neighborhood has been an urgent and priority reality.

Wednesday, 11 December 2019 - 11/12/2019

Prize for the rehabilitation of the Can Batlló old factory that hosts the EMAV

Monday, 2 December 2019


The jury has designated the five finalist projects, all of them of Spanish studies, of the ideas competition for the construction of the new Museum of Prehistory and Archeology of Cantabria (MUPAC) to which 73 proposals have concurred.

The projects have been submitted by four joint ventures or companies and an architect. Three of them are domiciled in Madrid and two of Barcelona, ​​although in one of the latter is J.E. Cacicedo Estudios y Proyectos, based in the Cantabrian town of Medio Cudeyo.

Wednesday, 28 August 2019

Laura Arias - BETEVÉ  - 28/08/2019

The building will be located in an industrial warehouse of more than 5,000 square meters, which has been rehabilitated

Tuesday, 25 June 2019 - 25/06/2019

La Borda and Ca l'Alier, winners of the Catalonia Construction Awards 2019

Tuesday, 4 June 2019

Canal Terrassa - 04/06/2019 

Works begins at the headquarters of the Consorci per la Gestió de Residus in Terrassa

The bulding is on Sant Isidre Street, were until recently there was the Oficina Municipal d'Escolarització, and it is a cession of the Ajuntament of Terrassa for 50 years.


Saturday, 18 May 2019

18/05/2019 -

Visits to the EMAV building in Can Batlló

Block 7 of the old industrial complex of Can Batlló has been rehabilitated to become, next year, the headquarters of the School of Audiovisual Media. This Saturday morning, guided tours are organized to publicize the new spaces for students and families as well as the Bordeta neighborhood, the Font de la Guatlla and the other surrounding neighborhoods.

To sign up for these visits, you only have to go on Saturday 18, between 10 am and 2 pm, to the reception of the building and identify yourself with the DNI. Since the works are still in their final phase, the visits will be made in groups, guided and following a pre-established route.

Saturday, 18 May 2019

Betevé - Íngrid Colomer 

The School of Audiovisual Media will open its headquarters at the Can Batlló campus in September 2019

The EMAV will have more than 5,400 m², which will allow up to 600 students

Block 7 of the Can Batlló campus is now almost ready to become the future headquarters of the School of Audiovisual Media (EMAV) as of September. The rehabilitation works of this building have already been completed and this Saturday morning the Bordeta neighbors have been able to visit it, before the training activity begins.

More space to expand the training offer of the EMAV

Wednesday, 24 April 2019 24/04/2019

Good progress with renovation work in Plaça de la Natura, Park Güell

Underground waterproofing work has now been completed in Plaça de la Natura, in Park Güell, preventing water from filtering down to the supporting pillars underneath, in the Sala Hipòstila. Renovation work on the park’s characteristic trencadis bench is also now concluding.

Thursday, 28 March 2019

Núria Juanico

L’Artesà, un teatre modernista per al segle XXI

Despré de prop de 30 anys sense rebre ni espectadors ni artistes, el Teatre L’Artesà del Prat de Llobregat es torna a posar en marxa. L’espai, que al setembre complirà 100 anys d’existència i és propietat de l’Ajuntament del municipi, ha viscut els últims dos anys una reforma integral que ha costat 12,5 milions d’euros i que l’ha convertit en un nou teatre preparat perquè la vida escènica hi torni a bategar.