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Salvador Moreno Peralta

Architect - Malaga

Salvador Moreno Peralta obtained his degree in architecture and town planning from the Higher Technical School of Madrid.An architect and a teacher, Salvador Moreno Peralta is a renowned figure of Spanish town planning. He is known for his heavy involvement in Andalusia and particularly in Malaga, contributing to the Rehabilitation Plan for the Trinidad-Perchel neighbourhood (1979-2011) and the General Town Planning Plan of 1983, for which he was awarded the national town planning prize.

Salvador Moreno Peralta obtained his degree in architecture and town planning from the Higher Technical School of Madrid.

In 1972, he founded his architecture firm, SMP Architects. The firm focussed on town planning, projects in public spaces that require holistic knowledge to tackle the variety of needs. Salvador Moreno Peralta places emphasis on the environment, technology and cohabitation. Most of his work has taken place in Andalusia, with prestigious projects like the Law Department in Malaga, the Larios shopping centre and Malaga Nostrum and the Melilla la Vieja Citadel, in Melilla. For the latter project he was awarded the 1999 Europa Nostra prize, an award given annually by the European Commission to recognise works that contribute to Europe’s cultural and natural heritage.

As a town planner, Salvador Moreno Peralta collaborated in the Trinidad-Perchel Rehabilitation Plan (1979-2011) analysing and reinterpreting the types of residence and studying the architecture of the area to mitigate the flooding occurring in the neighbourhood. At the same time, he co-directed the 1983 General Town Planning Plan (PGOU) for Malaga, together with Damián Quero and José Seguí, which changed the face of the city, outlining the Malaga we know today. Moreno Peralta modernised the design of the city, opting for the development of certain elements and protecting the cultural heritage of others, in avoiding the disappearance of fishermen’s houses in Pedregalejo. In 1983, he was awarded the national town planning prize for his role in the PGOU and the comprehensive Malaga renovation project.

In the years that followed, the Malaga architect designed the Melilla Pavilion for the 2008 Zaragoza EXPO and Edificio Alei of the Technology Park of Andalusia (Malaga Tech).

The architect is currently working on the urban transformation of Andalusia defending digitalisation, the role of nature and the balance between these for the sustainable development of the area.

In 2018, Salvador Moreno Peralta was responsible for the remodelling of the historical centre of Torremolinos, including the renovation of the Town Hall and a pedestrian area that connects Plaza Costa del Sol to Avenida Palma de Mallorca. He transformed 350 m of roads for vehicles into a pedestrianised boulevard to foster outdoor leisure activities, as well as to boost the area economically and generate employment. This urban project led to the need to design a pergola for the pedestrianised boulevard, and the Malaga architect collaborated with Urbidermis to develop this iconic element of microarchitecture.

Salvador Moreno Peralta designed the Onda pergola (2020), a modular, sculptural structure that provides pleasant shade during the day and light at night.

Salvador Moreno Peralta obtained his degree in architecture and town planning from the Higher Technical School of Madrid.An architect and a teacher, Salvador Moreno Peralta is a renowned figure of Spanish town planning. He is known for his heavy involvement in Andalusia and particularly in Malaga...
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Salvador Moreno Peralta obtained his degree in architecture and town planning from the Higher Technical School of Madrid.An architect and a teacher, Salvador Moreno Peralta is a renowned figure of Spanish town planning. He is known for his heavy involvement in Andalusia and particularly in Malaga, contributing to the Rehabilitation Plan for the Trinidad-Perchel neighbourhood (1979-2011) and the General Town Planning Plan of 1983, for which he was awarded the national town planning prize.

Salvador Moreno Peralta obtained his degree in architecture and town planning from the Higher Technical School of Madrid.

In 1972, he founded his architecture firm, SMP Architects. The firm focussed on town planning, projects in public spaces that require holistic knowledge to tackle the variety of needs. Salvador Moreno Peralta places emphasis on the environment, technology and cohabitation. Most of his work has taken place in Andalusia, with prestigious projects like the Law Department in Malaga, the Larios shopping centre and Malaga Nostrum and the Melilla la Vieja Citadel, in Melilla. For the latter project he was awarded the 1999 Europa Nostra prize, an award given annually by the European Commission to recognise works that contribute to Europe’s cultural and natural heritage.

As a town planner, Salvador Moreno Peralta collaborated in the Trinidad-Perchel Rehabilitation Plan (1979-2011) analysing and reinterpreting the types of residence and studying the architecture of the area to mitigate the flooding occurring in the neighbourhood. At the same time, he co-directed the 1983 General Town Planning Plan (PGOU) for Malaga, together with Damián Quero and José Seguí, which changed the face of the city, outlining the Malaga we know today. Moreno Peralta modernised the design of the city, opting for the development of certain elements and protecting the cultural heritage of others, in avoiding the disappearance of fishermen’s houses in Pedregalejo. In 1983, he was awarded the national town planning prize for his role in the PGOU and the comprehensive Malaga renovation project.

In the years that followed, the Malaga architect designed the Melilla Pavilion for the 2008 Zaragoza EXPO and Edificio Alei of the Technology Park of Andalusia (Malaga Tech).

The architect is currently working on the urban transformation of Andalusia defending digitalisation, the role of nature and the balance between these for the sustainable development of the area.

In 2018, Salvador Moreno Peralta was responsible for the remodelling of the historical centre of Torremolinos, including the renovation of the Town Hall and a pedestrian area that connects Plaza Costa del Sol to Avenida Palma de Mallorca. He transformed 350 m of roads for vehicles into a pedestrianised boulevard to foster outdoor leisure activities, as well as to boost the area economically and generate employment. This urban project led to the need to design a pergola for the pedestrianised boulevard, and the Malaga architect collaborated with Urbidermis to develop this iconic element of microarchitecture.

Salvador Moreno Peralta designed the Onda pergola (2020), a modular, sculptural structure that provides pleasant shade during the day and light at night.

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Microarchitecture, Pergolas

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2018

Sculptural, modular urban pergola that forms small landmarks and living areas under its covering: sometimes pathways, sometimes squares and other things, such as intersections. The Onda pergola marks out territory with its shade, which is projected by alternate slim crossbeams, reminiscent of the structures of classic street markets with transparent walls.

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