TEd’A arquitectes is a tiny practice based in Mallorca, Spain. It is currently led by Irene Pérez and Jaume Mayol. TEd’A arquitectes is a workshop and an studio. TEd’A arquitectes try to move forward while looking back, without losing sight of the past and tradition. They strive to improve on tradition, our undeniable heritage. They deffend the regional identities in front of the globalizing uniformism. They prefer evolution to revolution. They have been teaching in the ETSA Vallés (Barcelona), in the IE School (Madrid) and in the ETSA La Salle (Barcelona). They also have been invited as juries in different internationals schools, as the Cornell University in Ithaca (New York) or in the Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio (Switzerland). TEd’A arquitectes has recieved several awards, among with stand out: shortlisted for the FAD awards 2011 and 2013, First Prize in the Mallorca Architectural awards 2011-2013, First Prize in the AJAC awards for the best built work, and also First Prize for the best non-built project. In 2014 they won the First Prize for an international competition for building a school in Orsonnens, Switzerland. Recently they have been selected as one of the finalists in the FAD awards 2016. TEd’A arquitectes’ work has been part of the spanish pavilion in the Bienale di Architettura di Venezia 2016. Under the name Unfinished, it revieved the Golden Lion prize. They also were part of the catalan pavilion in the Bienale 2014. Their work was part of the itinerant exhibition called Sensitive Matter. Young Catalan Architects, and was exhibited in Barcelona, A Coruña, Lisboa and Berlin.