Metropol Parasol in Seville, image credit: Hufton Crow

Integrated design

A network of timber beams shading the Plaza de la Encarnacion in Seville, that form one of the largest timber structures ever built.

Metropol Parasol
Interior view of La Alhóndiga Cultural Centre

A complete refurbishment

Transforming a former warehouse into a 68,000m² cultural and leisure centre.

La Alhóndiga Cultural Centre
Exterior view of the Palmas Altas Campus

Fully sustainable approach

The largest commercial technological development in southern Spain.

Palmas Altas Campus
Photo of the Zaragoza Expo Pavilion Bridge

Multifunctional bridge

Hadid's sweeping design complements the event theme of 'Water and Sustainable Development' for 2008 Expo.

Zaragoza Expo Pavilion Bridge

Arup opened its first office in Spain in 1994 and now employs more than 120 engineers, consultants and qualified staff. We work with clients in both the public and private sectors, delivering creative and sustainable solutions based on efficient use of resources. Our multidisciplinary teams follow a global vision adapted to local needs and regulations.

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  • 15Sep 2014

    The Sailing World Championship begins in Santander

    Over the last seven years, we have been carrying out a comprehensive regeneration strategy for a 60ha site that will become the Port of Santander’s new seafront.

  • 11Sep 2014

    Young Engineer Award at the IABSE 2014

    The tool, developed by our engineers in London and Madrid, allows a rapid design of suspended footbridges by empowering local engineers in developed countries. It includes bridge-building processes and adjustments to different needs and construction requirements.

  • 01Jul 2014

    Participating at the Venice Biennale

    The exhibition is part of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition Fundamentals organised by curator Rem Koolhaas. It reconstructs the global history of each single element, from the roof to the facade or the escalators, by bringing together the ancient, past, current, and future versions of the most revealing and unknown elements used in architecture.

  • 29Apr 2014

    Arup launches a tool for city resilience

    This initiative, supported by The Rockefeller Foundation comprises 12 indicators that equate to a city’s immune system. Collectively, they enable people to survive and thrive, and businesses to prosper whichever shocks and stresses may occur. We developed this tool after thorough fieldwork in Cali, Colombia, and Santiago, Chile.

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