Carme Pinós: Barcelona, 1954. Carme Pinós graduated at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona in 1979. From 1982 on she formed a partnership with Enric Miralles, which ended in 1991. During this period the projects developed include the Igualada Cemetery Park, the Archery Range Buildings for the 1992 Olympic Games and the La Llauna School in Badalona. The work of Pinós-Miralles received awards on several occasions, counting the FAD prize for the La Llauna School and the Igualada Cemetery Park, as well as the City of Barcelona Prize for the Archery Range Buildings for the 1992 Olympic Games. In 1991 she set up her own studio and transferred the supervision and construction of several projects initiated in her previous office. Amongst them the Community Centre and Auditorium in Hostalets de Balanya, La Mina Community Centre and the Boarding School in Morella.A simple modular shelving system designed by the architect Carme Pinós to make bookshelves for the wall. Consisting of a folded steel sheet, the modules are joined together by intermediate connectors which are also final at the ends. The shelves, with a small cross-section, notably lighten the weight of the books in the space, producing the illusion that they are floating. The modules incorporate a back opening to be able to pass loudspeaker or light cables.
|NOA Menor Shelf||7.9" H x 13.7" W x 7.8" D||Unavailable|
|Number Of Shelves:||2|
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