Casa Mora, Cádiz, Spain (2000)

Casa Mora, Cádiz, Spain (2000)

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  • Abalos & Herreros (archive creator)
  • Abalos & Herreros (architectural firm)
  • Iñaki Abalos (architect)
  • Juan Herreros (architect)
  • Renata Sentkiewicz (architect)
  • Jacob Hense (collaborator)
  • Dries Vande Velde (collaborator)
  • Wouter Van Daele (collaborator)
  • Isabella Mora (client)


Casa Mora, Cádiz, Spain (2000)

Dates of creation


Level of archival description


Extent and Medium

  • 51 printouts
  • 4 reprographic copies
  • 3 drawings
  • 0.01 l.m. of textual records

Scope and Content

The project series documents Abalos & Herreros and Renata Sentkiewicz's design for Isabela Mora's house, in proximity to the Parque Natural de Los Alcornocales, Spain. The house was thought of as a rectangular grid of indoor and outdoor rooms (no corridor) of similar proportions. The objective was to reorganise traditional domestic space. The firm also worked with Jacob Hense, Dris Vande Velde, Wouter Van Daele. The firm identified this project as number 134.

Documenting the project are design development drawings, textual records and cartographic materials.

Reference Number



Materials in this project series were kept in their original order.


Cádiz Spain

Language of material


Related units of description

  • Note that there are additional 54 photographic materials related to this project arranged in series AP164.S2 and AP164.S3. See files ARCH277445, ARCH278368, ARCH278384, ARCH268541, ARCH268725, ARCH270962, ARCH270963, ARCH270971, ARCH270973, ARCH270974, and ARCH274661. Other related material is also found in project series AP164.S1.2000.D9.


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    • Reference Number: ARCH270903
    • Title: Portfolio containing design development drawings from the Casa Mora, Cádiz, Spain
    • Dates of creation: 2000
    • Form: drawings, photographs
    • Catalogued items within this file 0


    • Abalos & Herreros (architectural firm)
    • Abalos & Herreros (archive creator)


    Contains design development drawings (elevations, plans and sections), maps and few textual records.

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 File

    Extent and Medium:

    • 41 colour inkjet prints, 10 inkjet prints, 4 electrophotographic prints, 1 graphite on electrophotographic print, 1 graphite on paper, 1 graphite on inkjet print


    portfolio: 36,5 × 51,5 × 2,5 cm

    Physical Description:

    - Some plans are folded.


    dated, inscribed and labelled


    Cádiz Spain

    Credit line:

    Abalos & Herreros fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
    Don de Iñaki Ábalos et Juan Herreros/
    Gift of Iñaki Ábalos and Juan Herreros


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