Barcelona, Spain, 1954
Gardunya Square Project
This project is introduced by the author as a landscape. A project for a place; it combines architecture and urbanism in the centre of Barcelona and can be regarded as one of the best examples of the work of Carme Pinós and Spanish architecture.
Madrid, Spain, 1959
97 Houses for Young People
This project consists of 97 flats to be rented by young people. It was developed in moulds in order to improve time and material savings, using concrete for the structure and exterior panels, thus designing a sustainable system without debris.
Oviedo, Spain, 1961
Produced by Moroso, Udine, Italy
Museum of Modern Art, New York City
This chair was one of the first projects for the Italian furniture brand Moroso and one of the first works from Studio Urquiola; it was also a tribute to modern Scandinavian design.
Rita Fernández Queimadelos
Pontevedra, Spain, 1911 · Barcelona, Spain, 2008
Restoration of the Patronato de Protección de la Mujer
Designed for Board for Women Protection, San Fernando de Henares, Spain
This project was developed by one of the pioneers of female architecture in Spain and is a representative example of post-war architecture and the ideology promoting it.