Ignasi de Solà-Morales

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Ignasi de Solà-Morales Rubió (Barcelona 1942 - Amsterdam 2001) was a Catalan architect, historian and philosopher.[1]

He was professor of composition at the Barcelona School of Architecture, and also taught at the universities of Princeton, Columbia, Turin, and Cambridge.[2]

Among his most notable architectural works are the reconstruction of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion, and the reconstruction and expansion of the Liceu Theatre in Barcelona.[2]

Ignasi de Solà-Morales has coined the term "terrain vague", applied to abandoned, obsolete and unproductive areas, with no clear definitions and limits.[2]

Publications[edit]

  • 1975: Rubió i Bellver y la fortuna del Gaudinismo
  • 1976: L'arquitectura del expresionismo
  • 1976: Centenari de l'Escola d'Arquitectura de Barcelona. Un assaig d'interpretació
  • 1980: Eclecticismo y vanguardia
  • 1983: Gaudí
  • 1984: Arquitectura teatral en España
  • 1985: L'Exposició Internacional de Barcelona 1914-1929
  • 1986: Arquitectura Minimale a Barcelona
  • 1986: Contemporary Spanish Architecture
  • 1986: Arquitectura balneària a Catalunya
  • 1996: Diferencias: topografía de l'arquitectura contemporánea

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