Tag: José Luis Fernández del Amo

Colonial villages
24-11-2016 One Comment

Colonial villages

During the postwar period there were created more than three hundred new peoples distributed by half A Spain. The National Institute of Settling adapted to the Regime a project of the Republic II, which was tying the birth of these localities to the development of zones without cultivating next the big rivers. Unlike what it happened in the cities, where […]

Bohigas's fantasies (or the advertising lies of the Catalans) | Antón Capitel
27-06-2014 3 Comments

Bohigas’s fantasies (or the advertising lies of the Catalans) | Antón Capitel

I believe honestly that Coderch is not the best architect of Spain in the 20th century, if any sense is that this definition made. Of looking for one, the best they would have been Alejandro de la Sota or Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oíza. None of the two was from Madrid, Jack of Pontevedra and Oíza of Navarre, but the […]

Spanish architects of the 20th century
09-09-2013 No Comments

Spanish architects of the 20th century

On the occasion of the X Semana of the Architecture of Madrid (September 30 – October 7), the National Library of Spain will inaugurate on October 1 an exhibition in which there will be able to be contemplated a selection of his better drawings of architecture of last century. This exhibition presents planes proceeding from the studies of seventeen Spanish […]

Cuatro libros de arquitectura
05-01-2012 4 Comments

Cuatro libros de arquitectura

“The made well architecture is out of discussion, but it is very difficult”. With these words Francisco Cabrero was expressing his own rigor as architect, feature that defines all his work, all one of the most significant and innovative of last 60 years in Spain. The Cantabrian architect died in Madrid on February 26 to 92 years. Born in Santander, […]