EVA is an office established in 2006 by César Vivas Millaruelo and Cristian Vivas Millaruelo with its headquarters in Barcelona focused on urbanism, landscape, architecture and design fields with assignments in both public and private sectors.
Cristian Vivas was born in Barcelona in 1978. Graduated from the ETSAV, Escuela Superior de Arquitectura del Valles, Barcelona in 2004. Has collaborated at several architecture and landscape offices in Beijing, Dubai and Barcelona before developing his own work as EVA.
César Vivas was born in Barcelona in 1975. Graduated from the ETSAB, Escuela Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona in 2002. He also studied at Universität Hannover,Architecktur&Landschaftarchitektur in Germany. Has collaborated at several architecture and landscape offices in Berlin and Barcelona before developing his own work as EVA.
EVA ranges from conceptualization of ideas and proposals to project implementation and development with the collaboration of technicians and consultants. With a creative, pragmatic and multidisciplinary approach, it works in many fields, from the territorial and urban scale to the architecture and design in small scale, using criteria that take into consideration at the same level formal, spatial and functional issues as well as economical, environmental and social aspects to ensure the sustainable development of the projects.
EVA is currently developing several projects in Barcelona, among them housing for the elderly under construction, social housing, a school for mentally disabled, several apartment renovations and a restaurant in progress. In addition EVA is working on a strategic Masterplan for urban renewal in Murcia and is beginning a project for a single family house in Córdoba.
EVA has won several awards and prizes mainly in national and also international competitions. Its work has been widely published and exposed, both in national and international media. EVA has been invited to give lectures and participate in workshops in national universities.
The apartment is organized in 3 areas, the area with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms oriented North to an interior courtyard of large dimensions, a single central area of living-dining room-kitchen and terrace facing South with views to the port of Palma. The main room has 2 large windows with sliding doors that slide and hide inside the façade wall. The interior pavement is extended in the outside terrace at the same level. The bedroom area is segregated from the main room by a wall of lacquered wood which includes 2 double doors allowing exterior views through the living room. When closed they are integrated in the wall so that they visually disappear from the living room. Pavement, kitchen and bathroom materials are of limestone natural stones from local quarries, with grey and ochre tones that add texture and warmth to the apartment.