Villa Moraleja
by XTEN Architecture + EXTUDIO + Losada García Arquitectos

Architects: XTEN Architecture + EXTUDIO + Losada García Arquitectos
Collaborators: Lucía Bentué, Toni Gelabert y Juan Rodríguez
Location: Madrid, Spain
Client: Private
Date: 2018
Photography: Imagen Subliminal (Miguel de Guzmán + Rocío Romero)

Architects: Losada Garcia, EXTUDIO, XTEN Architecture

150705 Losada Garcia La Gota 107
Losada García Arquitectos

Cáceres >
Carretera N-V km.179
10300 Navalmoral Cáceres
+34 659703051
San Diego >
3434 University Avenue,
San Diego, California 92104
+1 619 9292851

Alberto García Jiménez and Ramiro Losada Amor are a Building Engineers and Architects. Following their scholarship studies at Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and the University Lombart Lambert (Belgium), he moved on to work experience in the field of Design, Architecture, and Urbanism in Madrid (Rueda Pizarro Architects and DeLa Puerta / Asensio), London (Alejandro Zaera, FOA) and Rotterdam (Mecanoo Architecten). In 2007 they founded LG Arquitectos based in Madrid, Cáceres and San Diego with 3 areas of focus:

>>> Experimental architecture, with award such as Winner of Interior Architecture award with Iniciarte-ARCO. Saloni Architecture Awards.

>>> University teaching. Since 2007 they are Professor of Architectural Design at UEM-Architecture Madrid and La Escuela de Arte y Diseño Camilo José Cela. They were vising Professor at Technische Universität Braunschweig and Architecture Design Sciences Artesis, Antwerp.Currently they are guess Teacher at New School of Architecture&Design of San Diego, California.

>>> Audiovisual documentation about Architecture including several interviews with architects international prestige such as Herzog de Meuron, Toyo Ito or Mansilla Tuñon o audiovisual documentation of buildings such as Canal Theater (Navarro Baldeweg), Benidorm beach promenade (Carlos Ferrater) or Spanish Pavillion for Expo Shanghai 2010 (EMBT).


Losada García Architects regularly works with Álvaro Carrillo, Gonzalo Gutiérrez, José Jiménez, Antonio Jurado, Raúl Lázaro, Alba Losada, Marina Melchor, Jesús Navarro, Adriana Quesada y Carolina Sánchez (alphabetically).

Calle Desengaño 12
28004 Madrid

Néstor Montenegro. Architect. Partner
Toni Gelabert. Architect. Partner

Team members

Laura Barros
Alfredo García
Paula Maján

Building Engineers

Joan Bonet
Javier González
Javier Mach

Tel: 310 773 4188
Los Angeles
10315 Jefferson Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

XTEN Architecture is an award-winning international architecture firm based in Los Angeles, California and Sissach, Switzerland specializing in custom residential, cultural and commercial buildings. The full-service firm is led by President and Founding Partner, Monika Haefelfinger and Principal, Scott Utterstrom. Founded in 2000 by Monika and the late Austin Kelly (1966-2015), XTEN approaches architecture with Swiss precision and rigor along with the progressive and experimental spirit of Los Angeles.

Through thoughtful design analysis, our architects distill the parameters of site and project brief into meticulously structured plans that are then developed into distinct sculptural forms. Interior and exterior spaces flow seamlessly, creating a strong connection to the landscape and the buildings’ immediate environment. Our designs are developed using innovative and refined materials implemented at the highest level of craftsmanship; we design with the ideology that advanced structural strategies and sustainable technologies are key in creating buildings for the future.

XTEN Architecture has received numerous architectural awards from American Institute of Architects, the Chicago Athenaeum/ European Centre for Architecture, the National AIA Housing Award, the IV Miami+Design Bienal Architecture Award, the Los Angeles Architecture Award, the Bloomberg Luxury Property Award among others.

The work of XTEN Architecture has been published extensively appearing on the covers of Architectural Record, Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Architektur & Wohnen and across top-tier media outlets including but not limited The New York Times, Wallpaper, Interior Design, FORM, Interni and AD Mexico. In 2013 work by XTEN Architecture was exhibited in “A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California” at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles.