estudio hago! is a spanish office practicing contemporary architecture, urbanism and design. Estudio Arquitectura Hago! was born in 2005 as a result of a cooperation between two architects: Emilio Delgado Martos and Antonio Álvarez-Cienfuegos Rubio. Since the beginning, they have focused their work on researching by participating in architecture competitions. As fruits of this labor emerge most of the projects showed in this site, the main ones being the extension of Fine Arts Museum in Badajoz, RG House and 4 Bungalows. Hago means action and these architects want to develop this action through quality, diversification and expansion. Hago offers a network for clients with a wide open view, who want to research together with the architects in order to reach the suitable answers to their needs. Hago never tries to impose its work but to look for those clients who recognize the architects as a necessary tool to fulfill their own needs. Hago looks for the complicity and constructive dialogues between both parties that lead to changes and evolution. Hago sets clear goals in its works and never hesitates to seek for the suitable means in order to reach them. Hago means action, and every action entails changes. In those changes and in the ideas that cause them is where the answers are.