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Casa Calvet Antonio Gaudi
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Calvet House in Barcelona / Antonio Gaudi

The Calvet house (or Casa Calvet) is a modernist-style building designed by Antonio Gaudi in 1900 for a family of industrial textile manufacturers in Barcelona (Ensanche district). Gaudí worked in collaboration with his assistants Francisco Berenguer, Juan Rubió and Juli Batllevell to complete his first built project in the Ensanche of Barcelona.

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ALTERNATIVES: Exhibition of Spanish Biennial of Architecture / The Cooper Union
Architecture

ALTERNATIVES: Spanish Biennial of Architecture Exhibition / The Cooper Union

The Cooper Union Exhibition description The Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (BEAU) is being shown in the United States for the first time for an exhibition at The Cooper Union, before traveling to France, Germany, Japan and Sweden. The XIII BEAU, entitled Alternativas / Alternatives, is on view from October 27 through December 3, 2016 and features 22 jury selected…

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Unfinished / Spanish Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2016

Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: this year’s Golden Lion-winning Spanish Pavilion focuses on unfinished structures. “Unfinished” presents a selection of projects developed in the Iberian Peninsula over the last ten years that epitomize a new type of architectural intervention. Spanish Pavilion Photographs Virtual tour Spaninsh Pavilion in Venice Biennale is a space that aims to reflect on the “unfinished” architectures in…

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