Mangera Yvars Architects
Ada Yvars Bravo studied architecture at ETSAB in Barcelona. Ada has since worked at Carlos Ferrater Architects in Barcelona. Ada then tutored with Florian Beigel Architects in London and worked at Stirling Prize winning architect David Chipperfield Architects where she was responsible for The Francis Bacon Studio, London, The MACLA office building in Barcelona and The Rothschild’s House, in New York. Ada is a co-founder of MYAA and has worked on The Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies at Education City, Doha, The Msheireb Phase 3 project, Doha, The Jeddah Creek mega project, KAND Smart Eco City, KA Sports City, Jeddah, and a fifty story Al Khobar Tower. In London, Ada was responsible for The Kensington and Chelsea Amenity building. Ada’s more recent work includes strategic overview of Rail and Infrastructure Projects, Cultural and Faith related projects and a World Cup Stadium. Ada was recently shortlisted for the Moira Gemmill Emerging Woman Architect of Year sponsored by The Architectural Review and Architectural Journal.