Bach & Mora Architects Spain, Barcelona Building Studio, Catalan Design Projects

Bach & Mora Arquitectos Barcelona

Contemporary Spanish Architecture Practice – Barcelona Design Studio, Catalan Firm

post updated 18 Apr 2021

Bach & Mora- Key Projects

Major Architecture Projects by this Catalan design practice, alphabetical:

Telefonica building, Villa Olympica, Barcelona, Spain
Dates built: 1989-92

Telephone Exchange, Reus, Spain
Dates built: 1986-90

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Location: C/Hercegovina 24-27 1o1a, Barcelona 08006, Northeast Spain, southwestern Europe

Bach Arquitectes Practice Information

bach arquitectes – Practice

Bach & Mora Arquitectos was a Barcelona design studio run by architect Jaume Bach.

Bach & Mora Arquitectos Barcelona

Contact details for the design firm, now retitled as ‘bach arquitectes’:

address: Hercegovina 24 E 08006 Barcelona
phone: +34 932002911
email: [email protected]

Bach & Mora Arquitectos Barcelona

Barcelona Architects


This Catalan design studio was run by Jaume Bach & Gabriel Mora i Arana

Jaume Bach
1943, born Sabadell

Books by Gabriel Mora i Arana

Foc d’arrels

Renou de mites. Barcelona: Edicions del Mall

Innovació dels origens. Barcelona: Columna

Spanish Architects

Jaume Bach and Eugeni Bach created the architecture studio Bach Arquitectes, S.L.P. in 1998.

Jaume Bach architect

Jaume Bach was born in Sabadell in 1943.

He graduated from ETSAB in 1969 where he has been teaching Composition and Projects since 1970. He is currently a member of the ETSAB Degree Project Tribunal. He has been a visiting professor at Urbino, Hannover, Dublin and Bucharest. In 1976 he founded Bach–Mora Architects, and in 1998 Bach Arquitectes, S.L.P. with Eugeni Bach.

Eugeni Bach architect

Eugeni Bach was born in Barcelona in 1974.

He graduated from ETSAB in 1999. Since 2005 he has been teaching First-year Projects at La Salle Architecture School at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. He previously served as Assistant Professor in the Vertical Workshop ESARQ UIC (International University of Catalonia) in Barcelona, directed by Winy Maas (1998) and Duncan Lewis (1999) and also taught at the Mies van der Rohe Department, ETSAB, directed by David Chipperfield (2001).

Location: Barcelona, Catalunya, Northeast Spain, southwestern Europe

Barcelona Architectural Designs

Contemporary Architecture in Barcelona

Barcelona Architecture
Park Guell Barcelona
photo © Adrian Welch

Barcelona Buildings – selection below:

Camp Nou stadium – Nou Parc Prensa Barcelona
Design: ON-A architecture
Nou Parc Prensa Barcelona landscape design
image © ON-A
Nou Parc Barcelona Landscape Design
Converting the Barcelona football stadium into a 26-hectare park is the proposal of a smart office to renature the cities. The ON-A architecture studio opens the debate to the possible renaturation of urban areas to adapt to the needs of the post-covid future.

Barceloneta Market, Plaça Poeta Bosca
Architect: Josep Miàs
Barceloneta Market Barcelona Architecture News
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Barceloneta Market

Urban Beach Home in Barcelona
Design: Egue y Seta, architects
Urban Beach Home
Urban Beach Home in Barcelona

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Madrid Architecture

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