Puertochico Plaza & Market

First phase in the renovation and redevelopment of a city block that includes a traditional market, plaza and cultural centre.

San Martín

Geological crystal rock on the city’s waterfront turned into a public-private endeavor that includes housing, restaurants, public park & botanical garden, exploiting an outstanding setting.

Daily Mirror

Permanent installation hovering over pedestrians and intense traffic, reflecting and distorting movement and everyday life

La Casita Azul

Concept, design and curating programme for the only permanent architecture exhibition space in Madrid, in Plaza Cibeles.

Wanderer’s Lodge

A small pavilion in the midst of nature harboring an overlapping of functions and playfully relating itself with trees, light and water.

Ex House

Wooden prefabricated house in a pastoral setting. An urgent process aimed at revising the “commuter ideal” in a technological and post-rural context.

A23 House

Restoration and enlargement of a 1930´s semi-detached home. A new plot for a young family in an old envelope.

M-40 Housing

Critical reworking of the urban block which breaks selectively to allow porosity, views and the inclusion of a large green artificial mountain from recycled debris.

Low Cost Void

Contemporary park in the city’s outskirts, measuring itself against big infrastructural accidents and distant topographical references.

Madrid Cultural Assemblages

The exhibition layout, with huge curtain-like images of cultural enclaves hanging from the walls and shot in one single day, reproduces an ideal stroll through the city.

Peripheral Prototype N2

An exercise in density and complexity in a generic periphery. A possible model for the coexistence of social and generational diversity.

Zoom Chicago

Pocket architecture exhibition in large rectangular tables that playfully mimic their Mies-container (Crown Hall) in their proportions and spatial qualities.


May 28, 2016: the Spanish Pavilion was awarded a Golden Lion for the exhibition “Unfinished” at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale. Curated by architects Iñaqui Carnicero and Carlos Quintáns, it features examples of buildings that demonstrate an optimistic spirit and approach after Spain’s financial crisis. Jacobo García-Germán, Santiago de Molina and Ángel M. García-Posada are the Scientific Committee for the Spanish Pavilion.


Jacobo García-Germán participates as Scientific Committee Member for the Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2016. Round table and opening Thursday May 26th, 13h., at the Spanish Pavilion, Giardini della Bienale, with: Terence Riley, Emilio Tuñón, Francisco Mangado, Javier Arpa, Carmen Moreno, Ángel Martínez, Javier Bernalte, Jacobo García-Germán, José María Sánchez and Bet Capdeferro http://www.labiennale.org/ http://www.bienalesdearquitectura.es/