Fernando Higueras

Fernando Higueras, a visionary Spanish architect, is celebrated for his innovative and expressive architectural style that emerged in the mid-20th century. Known for his bold use of concrete and organic forms, Higueras’ work often reflects a deep connection with the natural environment and a commitment to integrating architecture with the landscape. His notable projects, such as the Museo de las Esculturas en Madrid and the Corona de Espinas in La Mola, highlight his unique approach to design, characterized by dramatic structures, sustainability, and a profound artistic sensibility.