With their consolidated studio in Dénia, Paula and Nacho Cabrera open this new space in Valencia given the large volume of work they carry out in the city of Túria.
Located in a building on Plaza Tetuán that is around 140 years old, in the rehabilitation of the two spaces that make up the premises, the classic essence has been preserved, valuing the tradition of Valencian architecture that the building itself recounts and recovering its history.
The project has been carried out by Alauna Arquitectos, one of the divisions of the study. A job where avant-garde elegance and design coexist. At the entrance, sculptures that recall the exterior of the Dénia building. Inside, diaphanous and free spaces divided into two blocks.
The result is the new flagship ‘Pepe Cabrera Architecture’, made up of two spaces: one dedicated to the architecture and interior design studio and the other occupied by an exhibition of furniture from the Italian firm Minotti.