Plan de ordenación territorial, Costa del Sol, Spain (2004)
Part of:
  • Abalos & Herreros (archive creator)
  • Abalos & Herreros (architectural firm)
  • Iñaki Abalos (architect)
  • Juan Herreros (architect)
  • Jose Seguí (director)
  • José María Ezquiaga Domínguez (consultant)
  • Salvador Rueda (consultant)
  • Andalusia (Spain). Consejería de Obras Públicas y Transportes (client)
  • Andalusia (Spain). Secretaría General de Ordenación del Territorio y Urbanismo (client)

Plan de ordenación territorial, Costa del Sol, Spain (2004)



Level of archival description:
Extent and medium:
  • 91 printouts
    54 drawings
    18 reprographic copies
    2 photographs
    2 graphic records
    0,1 l.m. of textual records
Scope and content:
The project series documents the masterplan of territorial organization of the Costa del Sol, in Spain, for the account of the Secretaría General de Ordenación del Territorio y Urbanismo and the Consejeria de obras publicas y transportes of the governement of Andalucia. The firm identified this project as number 181.

"Our purpose is to convert the Costa del Sol in an authentic contemporary metacity, to put it on the map of Europe's principal cities and to organize an individual and [the] unstoppable development of each municipality into a wider framework that allows the integration of infrastructures through ecological-technical corridors demanded for a metropolitan scale. It also states the authentic urban value in addition to the local natural one." (ARCH270975)

Abalos & Herreros worked with Jose Seguí, Jose Maria Ezquiaga (?) and Salvador Rueda

Documenting the project are conceptual, design development and presentation drawings, cartographic, photographic and reference materials, correspondence, notes and presentation documents.
Reference number:



Costa del Sol Spain

Language of material:
  • Spanish

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