Our Studio


Our Studio


_Environment, Bioclimatic Architecture

Architecture is, above all, a clever game of volumes under the light, that is the reason why in the last years, this studio has not ceased to develop its interest about climate, landscape, construction, energy efficiency and material recycling.

_Never Cease Learing

The Studio´s expertise goes back to 1982. Its team members are continuously acquiring new knowledge in the Architectural field which they share with their teammates through an exclusive intranet at the studio.

The library, professional trips to experience the spaces of memorable buildings, exhibitions and conferences are other means of personal and studio growth.

Contests are a tough occasion to obtain a commission but are very important opportunities to learn and participate of a dissertation of ideas.


3d images generated with an array of digital programmes such as Autocad, Revit, SketcUp, Vray, Lumion, etc, are very important working tools and communication instruments with the clients, and together with the models, are an irreplaceable methodology of the work done at the Studio. A model workshop with cutting laser machine, milling machine, sander, warm wire cutter, etc is part of the Studio´s assets.

Completing the obvious tasks due to complying with the CTE (Building Technical Codes), through knowledge and appropriate software we make climate analysis and simulation by using Ecotec, Design Builder, Air flow etc. The Studio also manages Energy evaluation and Certification programs for building energy usage assessment such as CERMA and CEX3.

Finally, architects, web designers, graphical designers, engineers and modellers, work tightly together using this tools to express ideas.


The Studio develops a transparent activity through an extensive website, You Tube channel videos, articles, exhibitions, and conferences in Valencia, Varsovia, Orán or Dubai in which its projects and its built projects are explained.






Facilities Giner Arquitectos


Model workshop


Reprography and archiving

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