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Flores & Prats is an architecture studio founded in Barcelona by Ricardo Flores and Eva Prats. The office is dedicated to the confrontation of theory and academic practice with the design and construction of architecture.
The office was established in 1998, after winning the competition of the Master Plan for the Renovation of the Historical Quartier of Vilanova i la Geltrú. They have built facilities buildings, such as the Nuevo Triunfo Hotel (Barcelona, 2001), the Mills Museum (Palma, 2002), the Yute’s Warehouse (Barcelona, 2005), or the Campus for the New Headquarters of Microsoft (Milan, 2011); collective housing, such as the Building for 48 Dwellings (Guissona, 2005) or the Building 111 (Terrassa, 2010); urban public spaces, such as the Fabra & Coats Gardens (Barcelona, 1999) or Pius XII Square (Barcelona, 2005); and of design of site-specific installations for major cultural institutions and museums, including Tàpies Foundation, Miró Foundation and Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona.
At the moment they are completing the construction of the Cultural Centre Palau Balaguer in Palma de Mallorca, and, in Barcelona, they have just won the competition for the New Theatre Sala Beckett-Obrador Internacional de Dramatúrgia.