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Illueca Health Centre

How to design a building that stands out yet melds seamlessly with its context? This was precisely the challenge Zaragoza firm Pemán y Franco Arquitectos faced in creating the Illueca Health Centre. Located in a developing area of the once-tiny Spanish town, the primary care facility sits on an almost 1,400-square-metre plot of land and will service 11 nearby communities. “Until a few years ago, Illueca was an agricultural town. Its industrialization began with manufacturing footwear, which became the economic engine of the area,” explains co-founder and architect Luis Franco Lahoz. “As the town grew, it needed to absorb the increase in population that industrial development would bring.”

Illueca Health Centre

As one of the only buildings in the...

In Spain, a Health Centre with a Two-Faced Ceramic Facade

The Illueca Health Centre’s chameleon-like ceramic facade constantly adapts to its environment.

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