At home with Lucio González

This magnificent luxury mansion is situated between Málaga and Marbella at the foothill of the beautiful and famous white village of Mijas Pueblo. The Villa: Large grounds with fabulous private garden with beautiful panoramic views of the coast and sea and mountain backdrop. 

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Valencia Hábitat Fair 2014

The team of Ogee Magazine visited the Valencia Habitat fair which is, without doubt, a great event for decoration and professionals. For the first time, the Cevisama, Hábitat and Fimma Maderalia and textiles for decoration events are under one roof. 

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Interview with Cristina Astorga

Since its creation in 2002, Parquet Astorga is dedicated to installation and treatment of all types of wooden and wood-derivative floorings. It has an gained unparalleled reputation by working with finest products and exclusive contacts with Italian brands which combine wood with marble, ceramics and steel, creating spectacular designs.

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Shigeru Ban Winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2014

The Pritzker jury has chosen the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban as the 2014 winner of the prestigious prize for his modern architecture. Ban has been a pioneer in his use of recycled materials such as cardboard and paper in humanitarian aid projects. He has achieved high quality designs at very low cost, for the most needy, such as refugees and victims of natural disasters.

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Antoni Gaudí

Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) is one of the most popular architects throughout history. The revolution he represented in terms of architecture and plastic arts laid the foundations for contemporary art and the art of tomorrow. Gaudí was born in Catalonia on 25 June 1852, and took to architecture at a young age. His poor health often prevented him from attending classes, forcing him to spend extended stays in the country, immersed in the light of the Mediterranean and surrounded by natural forms, which he would always consider his greatest teacher.

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