Abalos & Herreros

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Abalos & Herreros is an architectural firm founded by Inaki Abalos (b. 1956) and Juan Herreros (b. 1958) in Madrid, Spain. The founders were involved in the last throes[clarification needed] of La Movida Madrileña and later produced a 1997 monograph called Areas of Impunity.[1] They are known for their playful writing and an interest in industrial methods of building.[1] The office split into two Madrid-based offices in 2008. Immediately Juan Herreros' office won a number of important international open competitions, with the new Munch Museum in Oslo being the most important of them.



  • Tower and Office, From Modernist Theory to Contemporary Practice, MIT Press, 2003.[2]



  1. ^ a b Rattenbury, Kester; Rob Bevan; Kiernan Long (2004). Architects of Today. Laurence King. pp. 36–37. ISBN 978-1-85669-492-6. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Jodidio, Philip (2007). Architecture In Spain. Taschen. p. 19. ISBN 978-3-8228-5261-3. 
  3. ^ http://www.cca.qc.ca/en/study-centre/2543[permanent dead link]