ESTUDIO SEGUÍ, created and directed in 1985 by the architect José Seguí, has a large technical team that jointly carries out all its work through its offices in Malaga and Madrid.

Management: José Seguí, Ramón Engel, Alberto Rodríguez-Bourgón, Adela Caballero, Carlos Baldazo (Architects); Project Coordination: Javier Romero, Alicia Cobos (Architects); Execution Control: José Manuel González (Technical Architect); Interior Architecture: Miguel Seguí (Architect) Emealcubo; International Coordination: Carina Lago (Design); Engineering: Enrique Gutiérrez de Tejada, Joaquin Villodre (Structures); Sergio Ferrer, J. Adolfo Pozo (Installations).


The handling of the different scales of Architecture, Planning and Design has become one of the main characteristics of ESTUDIO SEGUÍ in terms of the diversification of its production processes. This joint work on these scales has allowed us to develop a method that attempts to integrate the professional dialogue between the scales of Architecture and Planning as two inseparable sides of the same coin, and the scale of the Design of interior spaces through Emealcubo.


At ESTUDIO SEGUÍ we jointly understand the project and management as a conjunction of aesthetic and practical values, where innovation in construction processes and the feasibility of making them a reality are the main objectives of the work.


In this integrated process of project and work management, drawing becomes a fundamental tool not only for the analysis of the problems but also for the concretion of the solutions, integrating and developing them through integrated BIM (Building Information Modeling) systems in order to guarantee the objective of making them a reality in the established conditions. 


1983: Special Mention in the International Competition for the Planning of the San Francisco el Grande Area-Madrid, awarded by the Madrid City Council.
1984: Special Mention at the 1st DESIGN BIENNIAL at the International Exhibition of Bilbao.
1985: National Urban Planning Award as co-author of the General Plan of MÁLAGA, awarded by the Ministry of Public Works of the Central Government.
1986: National Urban Planning Award as co-author of the General Plan of ALHAMBRA (Granada), awarded by the Ministry of Public Works of the Central Government.
1987: “Europa Nostra” Award for the restoration of the CERVANTES THEATRE (Málaga), awarded by UNESCO.
1987: National Publishing Award to “Geometría” Publishing for the publication “Alhambra y Los Alijares”, awarded by the Ministry of Culture of the Central Government.
1997: International “Gubbio 97” Award for the General Plan of RONDA (Málaga), awarded by National Italian Association of Historical Centres.
2018: Spain Luxury Hotel Award, awarded for the restoration of the Gran Hotel Miramar of the Santos hotel chain in Málaga.


Selection of projects which won First Prizes in National Competitions: 

1983: General City Planning of GRANADA.
1988: General City Planning of RONDA (Málaga).
1992: MUSEO DE LAS CAPITULACIONES in Santa Fe (Granada).
1997: General City Planning of CÓRDOBA.
1997: Special Planning of Historical Centre of PUERTO REAL (Cádiz).
1999: General City Planning of BAENA.
1997/2003: General City Planning of ANTEQUERA.
2000: “Maria Zambrano” Park in VELEZ-MÁLAGA.
2002: “CIUDAD DE LA JUSTICIA” in Málaga (In collaboration with Frechilla/López).
2004: Land Planning of the COSTA DEL SOL OCCIDENTAL.
2006: Planning of the TANGIER City Centre, Morocco.
2006: “LAS LAGUNAS” MUNICPAL THEATRE in Mijas (Málaga).
2007: ATHLETICS STADIUM in Antequera (Málaga).
2008: Restoration of the GRAN HOTEL MIRAMAR in Málaga.
2012: Planning of the GUADALMEDINA RIVER in Málaga.
2015: HOTEL TORRE DEL PUERTO, the Port of Málaga.
2018: General City Planning of LA LÍNEA DE LA CONCEPCIÓN (Cádiz).
2022: BRETÓN DE LOS HERREROS THEATRE, in Logroño (In collaboration with Pereira/Royo).

José Seguí

Director Architect

José Seguí Perez (1946), graduated as an architect from the Madrid School of Architecture (1971). He founded and directed “Estudio Segui” (1985), with offices in Malaga and Madrid, as a multidisciplinary team dedicated to the scales of Architecture and Planning. He obtained the National Prize for Urban Planning in 1985 as co-director of the General Plan of Malaga and in 1987 for the Special Plan of the Alhambra with his own Studio, also obtaining the international recognitions “Europa Nostra” from Unesco in 1986 for the Rehabilitation of the Cervantes Theatre in Malaga, the “Gubbio” of the Italian National Association of Historic Centres in 1997 for the General Plan of Ronda and the “Spain Luxury Hotel Awards” in 2008 for the rehabilitation of the Grand Hotel Miramar in Malaga. Awarded in several Architecture Competitions (City of Justice, Hotel Miramar, Universidad Europea, Hotel Torre del Puerto, San Andrés Marina in Málaga; Athletics Pavilion of the XV Mediterranean Games and “Maestro Padilla” Auditorium in Almería, Museum of the Capitulations in Santa Fe-Granada, new Municipal Headquarters in Puerto Real-Cádiz, Rey Juan Carlos University Multi-Purpose Building in Madrid. …), and Planning (San Francisco el Grande in Madrid, Guadalmedina River in Malaga, Special Plans of La Alhambra and Puerto Real, and General Plans of Cordoba, Granada, Antequera, Ronda, Baena, La Linea…). Author of several designs of furniture and objects exhibited in art galleries (Malaga, Madrid, Granada, Cáceres, Escuela S. Telmo Malaga…) and in permanent exhibition of the Museum of the Customs of Malaga, obtaining the Special Mention in the I Biennial of Design of the International Exhibition of Bilbao (1.984). He was Professor at the Granada School of Architecture (1.993-2.004), and director of the Business Chair “Landscape and Tourism” at the School of Architecture of Malaga (2.008-2012), carrying out the “International Landscape Workshop” (2.009-2.018). As a complementary activity he edited the magazine “Geometría” (1985-2000) and his collection of books “Monographies”, having written numerous articles and authored of several books dedicated to the urban development of cities, including: “The Alhambra and Los Alijares” (1.986), “Ronda and its Historic Centre” (1988), “Antequera in the Centre of the South” (1987), “Granada, a project for the future” (1994), ” Puerto Real, intervening to conserve” (1997), “Cordoba, a crossroads” (1997), “La Línea, beyond the line” (2021).


As an additional activity, ESTUDIO SEGUÍ is developing important review and analysis materials on the current experience of doing work in the city, maintaining lines of research with various companies and institutions which are published via the Blog of its Director, the Architect José Seguí and his own Geometría Publishing as an academic contribution to the architectural and urban culture of our cities.

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