Born in Barcelona in 1941, he graduated as an architect in 1965 from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in Barcelona. Founding member of the disappeared Studio Per, he worked with Lluís Clotet until 1984 on the great majority of his projects, which include the Casa Fullà, the Casa Regás and its belvedere, a house in Pantelleria and the restaurant La Balsa. In 1975 executes, with his Master and friend Salvador Dalí, the Mae West Room in the Figuera’s Teatro-Museo. After working for several years with the architect Carlos Díaz, in 1987 they formed a partnership to develop their projects in the fields of urban planning, architecture, interior design and architectural design, both in Spain and France, and also in Holland, Germany and Japan. More recent work includes a residential complex in Fukuoka (Japan, 1987-90), public spaces and residential accommodation at the Olympic Village in Barcelona (1988-92), the Heliopolis administrative building in the Antigone quarter of Montpellier (1989-93), and the Sant Gervasi residential and shopping complex in Barcelona (1991-96). The practice is currently working on projects in the Canary Islands (Parque del Mar, Hotel El Rincon, Las Palmas) and has opened a new office in Las Palmas.
|Fixture Type: Inverted pendant||Style: Modern|
|Shade Material: Glass||Shade Color: White|
|Finish: Nickel||Bulb Type: Incandescent|
|Number of Lights: 1||Country of Manufacture: Italy|
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Leucos Cumulus S Pendant
Compelled by the design world’s constant progression, Leucos ventures beyond the boundaries of tradition with innovative manufacturing techniques. With more than four decades of experience, Leucos is an expert in decorative glass lighting and continues to refine the criteria and standards of its suppliers to ensure superior quality. The evolution of design and legislation have stimulated the company to search for innovation in manufacturing, as well as conformity through comprehensive and accurate laws, inspiring Leucos' commitment to “total quality”.