1926 (Madrid, Spain) - 2017 (Madrid, España)
The beauty of the twin high-rises at Madrid’s Plaza de Colón, a 1968 iconic work of the architect Antonio Lamela, lies less in their appearance than in the extraordinary hanging structure that the civil engineer Javier Manterola calculated, and which
1926-2017 Antonio Lamela, one of the last masters of Spanish modernity, died in Madrid on 1 April. Graduated in 1954 from the ETSAM (Madrid School of Architecture), the son of a real-estate developer and builder focused his practical intelligence on
One of the last remaining masters of Spanish modernity died on 1 April in Madrid. A 1954 graduate of the Madrid School of Architecture, Antonio Lamela devoted his practical intelligence to creating a practice of the kind then unknown in Spain, driven
Interviews with Antonio Lamela, Federico Correa, and Antonio Vázquez de Castro make up the third set of the Arquia/maestros audiovisual series.
Pragmatic and efficient, this builder of large-scale works in Madrid united rational rigor and the visionary spirit that made him a pioneer of globalization.
Federico Correa (Barcelona, 1924), Antonio Lamela (Madrid, 1926), and Antonio Vázquez de Castro (Madrid, 1929) are the third trio of the arquia/maestros series of DVDs on important figures of Spanish architecture. For the two previous sets of audiovi