The COAM Architecture Foundation continues this cycle with which it wants to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation.
This third conference is dedicated to Javier Carvajal Ferrer(Barcelona, 1926-Madrid, 2013), architect and key figure in Spanish construction between the 60s and 70s.
Javier Carvajal Ferrer. Born in Barcelona in 1926. He obtained the title of architect in 1953 from the School of Architecture of Madrid, with an Extraordinary End of Degree Award.
It is distinguished by a long career marked by establishing the principles of modern architecture through their works, teaching and the performance of different positions of high responsibility.
For the high quality of the whole of his work, distinguished with numerous recognitions, being valued especially his condition of master and reference within contemporary Spanish architecture, the quality of his constructed work, rational and expressive architecture.
Likewise, it is specifically recognized the great importance of the awarded in the teaching field, which has created school and developed a type of thinking that extends to his disciples, in addition to his work within the collegiate institutions.
Ignacio Vicens y Hualde and Ana García Valdecasas will speak.