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Antoni de Moragas Arquitectura

Contemporary Spanish Architecture: Design Studio Information

post updated 4 May 2021

Antoni de Moragas Arquitectura Projects

Featured Project, alphabetical:

Olympic Diving Pools, Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain
Date built: –
Olympic Diving Pools Montjuic by Antoni de Moragas Architect
photograph © Isabelle Lomholt

The Olympic Diving Pool in Barcelona featured in an eye-catching TV advert in late 2012 – a stuntman Bobby Holland-Hanton dives through a car into a swimming pool. The TV advert showcases the new Ford B-MAX. Producers wanted to show off the roomy backseat and pillar-free structure of the car’s interior. So the Skyfall stunt expert jumped from a high board and dived into the pool through the 1.5m gap.

More architecture projects by Antoni de Moragas online soon

Location: Balmes 186 4rt 2a, Catalonia, Spain, southwestern Europe

Estudi d’arquitectura Antoni de Moragas Arquitectes Practice Information

Antoni de Moragas Gallissà Studio based in Catalonia, Spain

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Antoni De Moragas I Gallissa (Publicacions del Centre de Documentacio)
Author: Josep Montaner
Pages: 119
Publisher: Actar
Published: 1 Apr 1998
Language: English

Barcelona Olympic Architecture

Antoni was born, studied and worked as an architect in Barcelona, at a time of intellectual backwardness and material shortage. In 1949, some professionals interested in getting in touch with the European and American avant-garde created the Club 49.

That same year, the Architect’s Association of Catalonia invited Italian architect Alberto Sartoris to give a lecture, and called a competition with the aim of finding ideas on how to solve the housing problem. These circumstances gave place to great changes, and to the development boom that led to the rapid development of design in Spain in the following years.

Moragas won the above mentioned competition with other colleagues. This competition made him aware of the economic and political issues that the housing problem involved. He then began an architectural and designing activity that was really aware of such problems, through various institutions, like the Architects’ Association or the FAD.

He created the Grupo R with some colleagues, with the intention of undertaking a reform of Barcelona’s architecture. In 1957, they started to make the first contacts to promote industrial design in this city.

Born: January 13, 1913, Barcelona, Spain
Died: March 25, 1985, Barcelona, Spain

Education: Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona

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Complete Apartment Renovation in Madrid
Design: OOIIO Architecture
Madrid Apartment interior design renewal
image Courtesy architecture practice
Complete Madrid Apartment Renovation
The key to the comprehensive reform project would now be to bet on natural light.

B&B hotel in Getafe, Madrid metropolitan area
Architect: CuldeSacTM Custom
Getafe Hotel Building

Castellana 77, AZCA district
Architects: luis vidal +arquitectos
Castellana 77 Building
The original 1977 tower is now a 62-metre-high office building and has received the prestigious LEED Platinum certification.

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