About Icazar


Icazar Architects works as a team for demanding prop erty owners seeking meticulous implementation in every detail. From planning to project management, and all the way to the interior fit-out work, the client will find a partner in us who processes ideas intelligently, thinks ahead, and ensures that all the little pieces of the building project fit together, with precise timing and realised in style.
Icazar takes pride in the craftsmanship of the buildings it raises: since we take care of the entire value chain, we strongly identify with the final product. All stakeholders cooperate closely, combining state-ofthe-art developments with traditional local craftsmanship.

Our vision is the perfect combination of:









Our team, consisting of architects, civil engineers, project manager and one financial controller specialised in the building trade, is committed to the mission of ensuring efficient process flows in construction, funding, and design in the best interest of the principal.

Proficient in five languages, our back-office staff specialise in the financial accounting of companies and construction projects while also taking care of specific issues relating to building law and planning permissions.

Left to Right

  • Joana Llabrés. “Everything seems impossible until is done.” (Nelson Mandela)
  • Martin Plante. “Find the reason for every form because every form has a reason.” (Eugène Viollet-le-Duc)
  • Rolando López. “Happiness is not a goal, it’s the road we travel.”
  • David Moret. “If i had to describe in one word what architecture means to me,  I would say ”Equilibrium”.
  • Martin Lange. “If you can imagine, you can achieve it.” (Albert Einstein)
  • Toni Ruiz. “Form is not the goal, but the result.” (Ludwig Mies van de Rohe)
  • Luis Moranta. “The devil is in the detail.” (Unknown)
  • Francisco Ponsetti. “Each new situation requires a new architecture.” (Jean Nouvel)
  • Ando Schirmer. “He who believes he has reached his goal, will go backwards.” (Lao Tzu)
  • Manuel Perez. “A mathematical truth is neither simple nor complicated itself, it is.” (Émile Lemoine)
  • Diana Schneider. “Live in the present, because the past and the future exist only in our mind.”
  • Johannes Kiefer. “Dedicating oneself to a particular constructive style is a symptom of stagnation and indifference.”
  • Eduardo Martínez. “The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.” (Mahatma Gandhi)