Spanish Architect, Enric Miralles (1955-2000), was a ‘postmodern’ designer who had his career cut short by his untimely death in 2000, aged just 48. Miralles’ work is difficult to define within the ‘postmodern’ genre; much like ‘Frank Lloyd-Wright’, Miralles would design every detail of his buildings, down to the fixtures and fittings. 664 more words
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Aquest passat dimarts els alumnes de Teoria i Crítica de l’arquitectura varen visitar el Cementiri Nou d’Igualada d’Enric Miralles i Carme Pinós a mans del professor de l’assignatura Fredy Massad. 90 more words
One of those visits I have been putting off for years. The Enric Miralles design has always been in my head a muddled failure, a confused, over-ornamented building. 365 more words
Most visitors to Barcelona will recognise and admire this colourful, flowing roof.
It is, of course, the roof of the Mercat Santa Caterina, designed by husband and wife Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue, probably known better in British (or Scottish) circles for the Scottish Parliament building. 136 more words