Maestros españoles 1
Born between 1913 and 1930, this eminent group of masters propelled Spain’s adoption of modernity, primarily with their works but also through teaching, a facet which was vital in the biography of many of them. We remember the Fisac who starts the list, and the Higueras who ends it, for their innovative constructions, as we do Corrales & Molezún and García de Paredes; but De la Sota, Sáenz de Oíza, and Fernández Alba cannot be separated from their influence in the classroom, and neither can Bohigas, who also contributed to revamping urban culture from his posts in the Administration, as Fernández del Amo has done before him and as De La-Hoz did through professional organisms both in Spain and abroad.
Collection ‘Maestros’, 2021
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