a cura di Moisés Puente
Alejandro de la Sota (1913-1996) probably arouses more impassioned responses in Spain than any other modern Spanish architect. His work is the subject of pilgrimages by architects and students looking for a unique way of working, an encounter with an almost magical revelation. Although he is a very well-known modern master in Spain, his is quite unknown abroad. This 2G issue presents a selection of building and projects of this forgotten modern master, from his first works built after the Spanish Civil War, as Esquivel village, to his master pieces, like the Maravillas school sports hall and the Provincial Government Building in Tarragona, and his later, not so known works as the Post Office building in León or the unbuilt houses by the see in Mallorca.
– Introductions by Kersten Geers, Jelena Pancevac & Moisés Puentes
Veste editoriale: Brossura
Immagini a colori-b/n: 200