Alfredo Arribas

Building a Modern Identity

Alfredo Arribas, born in 1954, graduated in architecture in 1977 in Barcelona. His name is strongly linked to the city, as his architectural projects have been positively valued and have contributed to build the city's new modern identity. He was, together with Javier Mariscal, Juli Capella and Quim Larrea, one of the main figures of Barcelona's design fever in the late 80's. Many restaurants, bars and clubs interiors can account for it.

In 1986, Arribas set up the Alfredo Arribas Arquitectos Asociados studio. Some of their architecture and interior design projects are: the Network Café (1987, FAD interior design award); the enlargement of the Museo de la Ciencia in 1988; the pubs Las Torres de Ávila in Barcelona (1990) and Gran Velvet in Badalona(1993). Some of their more recent works are: the Moll d'Espanya and Maremagnum (2000); the pavilion Montjüic and the Musicarium in Badalona (2002), The B house in Premià de Dalt (2003, Maresme Architecture Triennial Award in 2004), the new headquarters of the company Ermenegildo Zegna (Sant Quirze del Vallès, 2005), the B-Hotel (Barcelona, 2005); and, currently, the enlargement project for the Fundació Puigvert at the Sant Pau Hospital in Barcelona.


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