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Spanish architecture reinvented

© Adrià Goula
Harquitectes, Research Center of the Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona, 2014 © Adrià Goula

What to do if most of what you had learned no longer applied? What if much of what you knew was questioned? If the world you had been preparing for was gone? Many spanish architects had to face that overnight with the 2008 crisis. They were forced to digest a shift from a privileged class to a precarious one. However, their training enabled them to reinvent their roles and capabilities. As a result, the new spanish architecture has reinvented itself too.
An article by Anatxu Zabalbeascoa

Read the full article in AA’s issue 419, May 2017.