QUADRAT is an architecture and interior design studio with offices in Valencia (Spain) and Mannheim (Germany). We work in the domains of architecture and design, for which we have received several awards and have published our projects in specialized media.
We place the highest value on precision and care in all aspects of the building process, from planning and project management to the execution of the work. We design each project innovatively and individually, striving for excellence in every detail.
HUGO MOMPÓ, architect graduated from the Valencia School of Architecture (ETSAV) with Extraordinary Final Degree Award.
Research in the fields of architecture and design complete his education as an architect working on his PhD thesis at the Architecture Project Department in Valencia, where he obtained an architectural fellowship and completed the research work at the Bauhaus archive in Berlin.
He combines his work with teaching at the TU Darmstadt and as research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz (Germany) and also has been invited as a lecturer and jury in different Universities such as the School of Architecture CEU Cardenal Herrera and the ETSAV of Valencia.
Co-director of the architecture office Quadrat Estudio based in Valencia (Spain) and Mannheim (Germany) he develops public and private projects, mainly in the sectors of housing, public facilities and interior design. His professional experience has also been developed within many national and international studios with a continuous participation in multidisciplinary teams.
His work is widely published in several specialised magazines and publications and has been recognised with awards such as Winner at the Erich Mendelsohn Prize, the COACV prize for the “Bullit Cyclery” project, the COACV prize for “Casa en Bétera”, shortlisted at the FAD awards, shortlisted at the CSCAE awards, and finalist at the XV Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism.
RAMÓN CAMPOS holds a diploma in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (ETSAV) and completed several specialist courses at the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects.
He gained his professional experience not only in Spain but also in Germany: he worked for "Vermögen und Bau BW", a state-owned company for the construction of public buildings, where he was involved, for example, in the refurbishment of the Federal Police in Mannheim.
Later, he moved to Motorlab Architekten, a renowned based studio based in Mannheim, where he was involved in major projects such as the construction of the Homerun Turley residential quarter. Together with the Motorlab Architekten team, he successfully participated in several architectural competitions.
He is a member of the Valencia Chamber of Architects and the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects.