Archival Fonds: Drawn Projects: Ignasi Bosch – Joan Maria de Ribot – Jeroni Moner – Ferran Galí – Manuel Martín Madrid is a unique opportunity to see a selection of projects corresponding to the architecture of the second half of the 20th century, stating the relevance of the drawings and their authors, regardless of the cultural influences of each era. Specifically, it exhibits original works by Ignasi Bosch Reitg, Joan Maria de Ribot i de Balle, Jeroni Moner i Codina, Manuel Martín Madrid, Ferran Galí Casademont, Joan Bosch Agustí and Lluís Sibils i Palau.
Among the pieces in the exhibition are the Hotel Information Centre in Girona and the Shopping Centre Building in Platja d’Aro, from the Ignasi Bosch Reitg Collection; the Hotel Santa Susanna in Malgrat de Mari and a detached house in the Palau de Girona district, from the Joan Maria de Ribot i de Balle Collection, in collaboration with Lluís Sibils i Palau. From the Jeroni Moner i Codina Collection, the drawings of the Rehabilitation of Sant Domènec in Castelló d’Empúries, which he made together with Arcadi Pla, stand out, as well as the housing annex in Port de la Selva, by Ferran Galí Casademont, and the sketches of the accesses to the Callís factory in Cornellà de Terri, by Manuel Martín Madrid.
With this exhibition, the COAC’s Girona Demarcation highlights both the documentation and the main task of the architects, beyond academic movements or styles, which is to formalise the needs of society through architecture.
This exhibition has been possible thanks to the companies that support the COAC’S Girona Demarcation: Jung, as the main sponsor; Compac, iGuzzini, Itisa and Technal, as sponsors, and Arcadi Pla SA, Arquia, Ascensors Serra, Boffi - De Padova, Brancós Ceramics, HNA - National Brotherhood of Architects, IRSAP, Plantalech, Tendències Girona, Terreal and Vidresif, as collaborators.
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