Hotel Natura Lleida, Spain, Building in Catalonia, Project, Design, Property, Image

Hotel Natura Lleida Architecture

Catalan Accommodation Development design by Capella Garcia Arquitectura, Spain

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12 Dec 2007

Hotel Natura Lleida


Design: Capella Garcia Arquitectura

Hotel Natura Lleida, Catalonia

Hotel Natura in Lleida – Building Information

Architecture and interior design: Capella Garcia Arquitectura S.L.
Architects: Juli Capella, Miquel Garcia
Project responsible: Pamela Kˆnsgen

Hotel Natura Lleida, Catalunya building design

Client: Eizasa
Structural calculations: 9 Ars
Installation engineering: Einesa IngenierÌa S.L.
Quantity surveyors: Antonio Corral

Description: A hotel with 36 rooms and 59 apartments
Location: Avda. Estudi General s/n. Lleida
Total area: 8.880 m2
Date of project: 2006
Date of completion: 2008

Hotel Natura Lleida images / information from Capella Garcia Arquitectura

Hotel Natura Lleida architects : Capella Garcia Arquitectura

Location: Avda. Estudi General s/n. Lleida, Catalunya, North East Spain, south western Europe

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Lleida, Spain

Lleida is a city in the west of Catalonia, Spain. It is the capital city of the province of Lleida.

Geographically, it is located in the Catalan Central Depression. The metro area has about 250,000 inhabitants. It is also the capital city of the Segrià comarca, as well as the largest city in the province. It had 137,387 inhabitants as of 2010, including the contiguous municipalities of Raimat and Sucs.

Lleida is one of the oldest towns in Catalonia, with recorded settlements dating back to the Bronze Age period. Until the Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula, the area served as a settlement for an Iberian people, the Ilergetes.

Major buildings in Lleida include Seu Vella, a cathedral built in a blend of Romanesque and Gothic styles over time, and made a military fortress in the 18th century. There is also an older, and mostly destroyed Palau de la Suda, built during Arab rule and later used as a royal residence by the counts of Barcelona and kings of Aragon. Both medieval buildings are situated over the so-called Turó de la Seu, a medium-sized hill that overlooks the town.

Another key Lleida building is Seu Nova, the baroque cathedral, in use since Bourbon rule. It was burnt during the Spanish Civil War by the anarchists commanded by Durruti.

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