ULMA ventilated facade at the new Gourmet Market " La Alquería" in Seville

More than 1900 square metres of ventilated facade cladding system with perforated enginereed stone panels and a exclusive design created for this project.

Last December, the new La Alquería Market was opened in Dos Hermanas (Seville, Spain). This gourmet market is a catering and culinary establishment with different gourmet proposals, located in a four-story building with an innovative design.

The SR Arquitectos studio, run by the architect Manuel E. Sánchez-Ramos, was responsible for designing the building. We spoke to him to get his opinion on the final result of the collaboration with ULMA.

FUSION BETWEEN TRADITION AND INNOVATION

Thanks to the customization possibilities offered by the engineered stone and ULMA's Creaktive range, we have been able to develop this creative project. In the words of the architect Manuel E. Sánchez Ramos; "Our main purpose in the initial phase of the project was to integrate the tradition and history of Dos Hermanas in the restoration of a building with no architectural value; a fusion between tradition and innovation. That is why we created a perforated facade cladding based on the Neomudéjar influence that is very present in the area, which will filter the entry of light and generate environments with a high level of comfort in the interior while providing the exterior of the building with an original aesthetic appearance".

When developing the project, they chose ULMA’s engineered stone facade solution because "we were always very clear on what we wanted the final result to be and we looked on the market for the product that best met all the technical and formal requirements. We opted for ULMA’s solution because it was the most balanced". Regarding to our material he has highlighted its greater versatility in terms of finishes and shapes compared to those available on the market.

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