Architecture and Craft Design

Known for her constant exploration of techniques and materials, Julia de Ory is working in a series of creative designs of all scales, such as competition projects, public space and landscape architecture, furniture design and exhibitions, as well as leading under-construction projects in China.

At present, Julia de Ory works as a Project Director at EMBT Architects in Barcelona, while maintaining her dream of being an inventor of objects, exploring materials and creating her own artifacts to showcase in different spaces of the city.





Cádiz-born architect and designer, currently working in Barcelona.

In 2010 she moved to start her studies in the Polytechnic University of Architecture of Madrid, where she graduated with a Master’s Degree after completing a year abroad in the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris - Val de Seine.

It was in July 2018 when Julia de Ory joined EMBT Architects in Barcelona, where she started working in a number of high profile competitions and projects both in Spain and abroad.

2018 / Vanke HQ Shenzhen

2018 / Urban Regeneration, Roca Gallery 

2018 / Longgang River Masterplan

2018 / National Iranian Gas Company HQ

2019 / Il Vittoriano di Roma exhibition

2019 / High School of Fudan, Qingdao

2019 / Palazzo Invernizzi, Milan

2019 / Extension of BCN Sants Station

2020 / Corriere della Sera stand, Milan 

2020 / Xiong’an Bridges, Rongdong 

2020 / Dujiangyan Research Town

2020 / Shenzhen Maritime Museum

2020 / Shenzhen Conservatory of Music

2020 / Shenzhen Mangroves Museum

2021 / San Giacomo Church, Ferrara

2021 / La Biennale di Venezia 17th edition

2022 / Disseny Hub Barcelona exhibition

2022 / Sichuan Bamboo Forest Resort

2023 / Prague Main Station

2018 / 2nd Prize of Vanke HQ Shenzhen

2020 / Winner of Shenzhen Conservatory

2022 / Winner of Bamboo Cultural Centre

2023 / Finalist of Prague Main Station WIP


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