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|   Javier Fernández Ponce, J2J Principal, appointed  one of the winners of the prestigious award “Premi Ciutat de Barcelona 2019” |  

Category :Architecture & Urbanism, given by the Barcelona City council

“Honoured to be one of the Recipients of the prize for the sports facility building  -Centre Esportiu Municipal del Turó de la Peira.-”


|   J2J working towards  new productive spaces for local food production  |

Covid-19, ecological disasters, food scarcity, water problems, CO2 emissions, you name it. We’ve been interested since long ago on how to create what we call “Productive spaces”, searching how can space be used to produce instead of consume (being producing food, energy, water or simply creating spatial flexibility). We must re-think the way our buildings respond to people’s real needs and to the environment.

Below: flexible timber modular building for cities local food production.


|  Seoul Yeoui-Naru Ferry Terminal  |


The Spatial Planning and Ferry Terminal design are based upon a sensitive and sympathetic approach to the context and nature of Seoul. The proposal aims for a full harmony with the Han River and Citizens’ Park and covers the spatial arrangement of the 4 core projects of the Han-gang collaboration, establishing a new urban topography and a consistency throughout the programs within an holistic eco-friendly plan.

|  Casernes Sports center 
Sant Andreu , Barcelona  |

-Finalist, public competition 2019-

The location is the old Casernes (quarters) of Sant Andreu neighborhood.Our proposal aimed at becoming a catalyst for transformation and public  activity.The brief established 2 differenciated programs:  a new Sports center and a new building for the city Parks authority. The buildings arrangement left the  largest possible free space to  allow some margin of freedom to study the 5 existing Cedar's new location and create a new open Plaza for citizens enjoyment.



|  Hydroponic green facade  underway |

Sports Facility building CEM Turó de la Peira, Nou Barris, Barcelona

Acting as a second skin- as a bioclimatic filter- the South-east facing hydroponic green facade will reduce the Summer direct radiation and save on water use, producing a micro-climate and becoming a source for biodiversity 
The NE and NW facades will also integrate specific green species according to their orientation, so that the building mimetize and becomes part of the new public garden next to the facility.

|  Multifunctional Building  |

Castro-urdiales, Cantabria Spain
Value of archaeological heritage: The proposal respects this ancient Roman colony on the Cantabrian coast, preserving the existing ruins and providing the city with a new adaptable building.