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Batlleiroig

Architects - Barcelona

Enric Batlle Durany and Joan Roig Duran obtained architecture degrees from the Barcelona Higher Technical School for Architecture (ETSAB). Enric obtained a Doctorate from the ETSAB.

Joan Roig met Enric Batlle while studying architecture at the ETSAB; they both graduated in 1973. Their friendship was consolidated after finding themselves carrying out internships together in the office of Martinez Lapeña – Torres Arquitectos. Finding that they worked very well together, in 1981, after being awarded the Escorxador park and Roques Blanques Cemetery project, they decided to create their own architecture firm: Batlle i Roig.

The 80s was a very dynamic decade for them. They executed large-scale national renovation projects on public structures, which consolidated the birth of a new generation of architects. Together with the institutions of the time, they renovated the urban identity of the Spanish landscape. Thanks to the system of contracting through open tenders, young architects had the opportunity to bid for various projects. Joan Roig and Enric Batlle took advantage of this opportunity to execute landscaping, town planning and architecture projects.

Amongst their works during this period, the Alcañiz buildings, Alcorcón church and a wide repertoire of parks stand out. Influenced by Elías Torres to promote nature in the city, Batlle i Roig designed Parc de Pegaso in Sant Andreu, l’Hort de la Rectoría in Alella, Parc Central in Sant Cugat and Parc Catalunya de Sabadell, amongst many others. A true landscaping, green conquest.

Over the years that followed, Joan Roig and Enric Batlle continued to design public spaces and in 1992, following the Barcelona Olympic Games, they began to manage large-scale architectural projects. This second phase brought them extensive knowledge of a more technical nature. Amongst the projects executed, worth noting are the Sant Boi and Viladecans residences and numerous corporate buildings, such as the new RACC offices in Barcelona, the Corporate Telephony University in Belloch and the FC Barcelona sports complex in Sant Joan Despi.

This urban development following the Olympic Games gave rise to the need to address the challenge of urban furniture and lighting. That’s when Joan Roig and Enric Batlle began their relationship with the Urban Department of Santa & Cole, now Urbidermis, collaborating in the design of elements for the renaturalised city and on emblematic projects. This relationship, consolidated years ago, is still present in projects such as Avenida Meridiana, the Ronda de Dalt roof structure and the Parc dels Ocellets in L’Hospitalet.

Since 1984, they remain connected to the world of teaching, giving classes at the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB), the Vallès Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAV) and Masters in Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC).

Batlle and Roig are the designers behind various Urbidermis projects. The Atlántida fountain, a monolith of timeless shapes that breaks with the classic ornamental fountain design; the Moon bench, an urban element with straight lines and architectural forms, the epitomy of pure functionality; the 108 bench, an element designed to delimit and contain spaces and form lines of seats; the 108 streetlamp, a functional element born out of a right angle, with no delusions of grandeur; the Via Láctea streetlamp, designed to trace lines of light in the sky and the Via Láctea pergola, elegant and functional.

Enric Batlle Durany and Joan Roig Duran obtained architecture degrees from the Barcelona Higher Technical School for Architecture (ETSAB). Enric obtained a Doctorate from the ETSAB.

Joan Roig met Enric Batlle while studying architecture at the ETSAB; they both graduated in 1973. Their frie...
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Enric Batlle Durany and Joan Roig Duran obtained architecture degrees from the Barcelona Higher Technical School for Architecture (ETSAB). Enric obtained a Doctorate from the ETSAB.

Joan Roig met Enric Batlle while studying architecture at the ETSAB; they both graduated in 1973. Their friendship was consolidated after finding themselves carrying out internships together in the office of Martinez Lapeña – Torres Arquitectos. Finding that they worked very well together, in 1981, after being awarded the Escorxador park and Roques Blanques Cemetery project, they decided to create their own architecture firm: Batlle i Roig.

The 80s was a very dynamic decade for them. They executed large-scale national renovation projects on public structures, which consolidated the birth of a new generation of architects. Together with the institutions of the time, they renovated the urban identity of the Spanish landscape. Thanks to the system of contracting through open tenders, young architects had the opportunity to bid for various projects. Joan Roig and Enric Batlle took advantage of this opportunity to execute landscaping, town planning and architecture projects.

Amongst their works during this period, the Alcañiz buildings, Alcorcón church and a wide repertoire of parks stand out. Influenced by Elías Torres to promote nature in the city, Batlle i Roig designed Parc de Pegaso in Sant Andreu, l’Hort de la Rectoría in Alella, Parc Central in Sant Cugat and Parc Catalunya de Sabadell, amongst many others. A true landscaping, green conquest.

Over the years that followed, Joan Roig and Enric Batlle continued to design public spaces and in 1992, following the Barcelona Olympic Games, they began to manage large-scale architectural projects. This second phase brought them extensive knowledge of a more technical nature. Amongst the projects executed, worth noting are the Sant Boi and Viladecans residences and numerous corporate buildings, such as the new RACC offices in Barcelona, the Corporate Telephony University in Belloch and the FC Barcelona sports complex in Sant Joan Despi.

This urban development following the Olympic Games gave rise to the need to address the challenge of urban furniture and lighting. That’s when Joan Roig and Enric Batlle began their relationship with the Urban Department of Santa & Cole, now Urbidermis, collaborating in the design of elements for the renaturalised city and on emblematic projects. This relationship, consolidated years ago, is still present in projects such as Avenida Meridiana, the Ronda de Dalt roof structure and the Parc dels Ocellets in L’Hospitalet.

Since 1984, they remain connected to the world of teaching, giving classes at the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB), the Vallès Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAV) and Masters in Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC).

Batlle and Roig are the designers behind various Urbidermis projects. The Atlántida fountain, a monolith of timeless shapes that breaks with the classic ornamental fountain design; the Moon bench, an urban element with straight lines and architectural forms, the epitomy of pure functionality; the 108 bench, an element designed to delimit and contain spaces and form lines of seats; the 108 streetlamp, a functional element born out of a right angle, with no delusions of grandeur; the Via Láctea streetlamp, designed to trace lines of light in the sky and the Via Láctea pergola, elegant and functional.

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Products

Product category

Drinking fountains, Urban furniture

Year

1991

Monolith with timeless shapes that break away from the classical idea of an ornamental fountain. The Atlántida, with its restrained, functional lines, is inspired by traditional fountains, without their historical connotations; cleansed from excesses and designed to enhance the urban space.

Product category

Urban benches, Urban furniture

Year

1994

An urban bench with architectural shapes and straight lines; the epitome of pure function. The Moon bench is designed to create extensive platforms in a line, which easily fit in with the rest of the landscape elements and promote rest in walking areas.

Product category

Urban benches, Urban furniture

Year

2007

A rhomboid-shaped urban bench, created from a single angle, which takes on the transformation of the landscape for social use. The 108 bench forms boundaries, contains land, and creates resting places in lines. Its simplicity, discretion, and robustness mean that it is suitable for the most varied of urban spaces.

Product category

Microarchitecture, Pergolas

Year

1990

Highly elegant and functional modular urban pergola; the ideal complement for undertaking social and territorial transformation. Its formal expression demonstrates the wish to create an organized, harmonious system of outdoor microarchitecture.

Product category

Urban lighting, Urban streetlights

Year

1990

Award ADI FAD SELECTION

1991

Forked column streetlight, ideal for drawing lines of light in the sky. If positioned sequentially, it allows continuous lines to be created with very few supports, removing one in every two due to the support of the assembly, which is suitable for pedestrian spaces.

Product category

Urban lighting, Urban streetlights

Year

2007

A functional streetlight for urban lighting which does not call attention to itself, created from a single angle. The 108 streetlight consists of a continuous rectangular section shaft, forming an assembly with an arm inclined at 15° which houses the optical unit.

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