DOT TO DOT is an architectural studio led by Ana Gamboa Pardo. 

Trained in architecture at the ETSAB, she worked with construction and engineering companies, where she produced some of the projects displayed in the years between 2000 and 2016, the point at which she embarked upon a new project as a product of her many years of experience. Using multidisciplinary working environments as her starting point, she is able to provide the benefit of her extensive experience in the different areas and stages which constitute the process of constructing a building.

Architecture involves an acute awareness of the influence that architecture and spaces can have on the wellbeing of people, as well as the strong level of impact that these spaces can acquire in companies.

Architecture involves an acute awareness of the influence that architecture and spaces can have on the wellbeing of people, as well as the strong level of impact that these spaces can acquire in companies.

Spaces for work, leisure and social interaction define our identity and convey our values; this is why we seek to make them personal.


We work with a team which is tailor-made for each project, collaborating with partners from every discipline as part of our aim to obtain the best and most appropriate solutions for every individual project.

We operate as a network of specialised professionals following the guidelines of a project coordinator that maintains a close and dynamic communication with the client. 


Our aim is to create functional architecture and environments which have a high level of aesthetic quality and work well with their location. Our focus combines an innovative approach with respect for tradition.


DOT TO DOT has adopted its own management system to ensure a high level of quality in all of the services that it provides, working with an internal manual which lists all of the procedures that are most relevant to a creative and multidisciplinary business model in addition to ensuring rigorous compliance with existing technical regulations. 


When appropriate, we apply the BIM (Building Information Modelling) methodology throughout the design and implementation of projects.

BIM provides architects with a general overview of the collection of data which constructs and models our environment. The opportunity to interact with clients, collaborators and other agents in real time makes BIM a highly effective design and management tool which simulates, manages and automatically updates the outcomes of the variables introduced by the different involved parties.


Sustainability means more than just intelligent marketing. DOT TO DOT applies sustainable design and construction strategies in its projects and buildings, certifying these according to the LEED system in projects where this is necessary.

Sustainability is approached from a holistic perspective of how the sustainable buildings of the future should be.


Building Information Modelling is a collaborative working methodology for the creation and management of a construction project. The aim of BIM is to centralise all of the details of the project in one digital information model created by all of its agents.   BIM marks a shift from traditional plan-based design systems as it incorporates geometrical information (3D), temporal information (4D), cost-based information (5D), environmental information (6D) and maintenance information (7D) within its model.   The application of BIM goes further than the design stages, also covering project execution and continuing throughout the life cycle of a building, facilitating management of the building and reducing operational costs.


The LEED system, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a means of categorising green buildings according to a classification standard developed by the US. Green Building Council. (USGBC) It consists of a series of guidelines regarding the use of strategies aimed at improving the sustainability of buildings of every kind. It is based on the incorporation of aspects relating to energy efficiency, the use of alternative energy sources, improving the quality of the internal environment, efficient water consumption, the sustainable development of open spaces on parcels of land and the selection of materials. It promotes the global adoption of environmentally-friendly and sustainable construction practices through universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria, representing the most widely recognised green building certification system on an international level.

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