Junge Spanische Architekten

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Birkhäuser, 2000 - Architecture - 144 pages
Following the death of Franco in 1975 Spain's long cultural isolation came to an end. The country has since opened itself up to foreign influences and particularly in architecture there has been a great revival with famous names such as Alejandro de la Sota, Oriol Bohigas and Rafael Moneo emerging. In the meantime a new generation of architects has grown up and is beginning to gain recognition. In this publication 14 of the most significant offices are portrayed: Abalos & Herreros; Tu n & Mansilla; Juan Ignacio Mera; Alejandro Zaera & Farshid Moussavi; Ruis nchez & Vendrell; Batlle & Roig; Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem & Vilalta; Francisco Mangado; Leache & Tabuenca; Garc a M rquez & Rubi o; Garc a-Solera & Pay ; Feo-Ojeda, Espino & Mart nez.

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Imagining Other Paradigms Auf dem Weg zu neuen Paradigmen
Inaki Äbalos Juan Herreros Madrid
Emilio Tunön Luis Moreno Mansilla Madrid

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Cohn, born in Boston, is an archiecture critic based in Madrid. He studied at Yale University and the Columbia University School of Architecture, and practiced architecture for several years in New York. His articles on architecture and urban issues are published widely in international professor journals.

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