Lolita is a project by Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos located in La Almunia de Doña Dodina, Spain. It is about an infrastructure for events and meals that aims to redefine roadside restaurant structures, as a response to their degradation. This project was Finalist XI Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo and Listed Arquia-Próxima 2012.
Ms. Maria Langarita will be one of the speakers in this year’s ESO conference. This year’s event is a strategic collaboration and co-curation between Archisearch, Fundació Mies van der Rohe & Mies van der Rohe EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award. It is, also, a co-production between Design Ambassador and Onassis Foundation.
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Roadside restaurants are a rare species within the increasingly prestigious restaurant world.
Such places superpose their condition as an infrastructure adapted to the commercial, informational and social flow of the road network on mythical scenarios taken from road movies and literature.
”Nah well, brrrr…my battery is almost dead… not many more things to say, folks… maybe, something curious that happened when, surprisingly, in a flash move, when the malicious Cándido was at the front… ” Chan Radio A-121 km. 3
Credits & Details
Authors: Víctor Navarro, María Langarita
Team: Roberto González, Cristina Garzón, Juan Palencia, Giulia Urciuoli;
Structural engineers: Mecanismo SL; Mechanicals: Nieves Plaza;
Photo: Miguel de Guzmán, Luis Díaz Díaz, LNA
Location: La Almunia de Doña Godina, Spain