Josep Antoni Coderch

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Josep Antoni Coderch i de Sentmenat (Barcelona, 26 November 1913 in - Barcelona, 6 November 1984) was one of the most important post-World War II Spanish architects.[1]

Early life and career[edit]

In 1932 Coderch started studying architecture at the Barcelona School of Architecture, which he graduated in 1940. He started his office with Manual Valls in 1942. After joining the CIAM, he became a member of Team 10 in 1960.[2]

Buildings[edit]

Casa de la Marina, Barcelona
  • 1951 Ugalde House, Barcelona
  • 1951 Casa de la Marina, Barcelona
  • 1952 Spanish pavilion of the Triennale in Milan, Italy
  • 1957 Ballvè House, Camprodón, Girona
  • 1957 Olano House, Comillas, Cantabria
  • 1961 Biosca House, Igualada, Barcelona
  • 1962 Hotel del Mar, Palma, Majorca
  • 1964 Luque House, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona
  • 1965 Gili House, Sitges
  • 1966 Entrecanales House, La Moraleja, Madrid
  • 1967 Rovira House, Canet de Mar, Barcelona
  • 1969-71 Soler-Badia House, Igualada, Barcelona
  • 1970-72 Zóbel House, Sotogrande, Cádiz
  • 1971 Güell House, Barcelona

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