Fernando Higueras


1930 – 2008


Who was Fernando Higueras?

Fernando de Higueras Díaz was a Spanish architect. He was one of the most famous architects in the world during the 1970s. He was born in Madrid. He graduated as an architect from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid in 1959. His work is recognized worldwide as an original and interesting union of constructivist, rationalist and organic architecture. Higueras was also a musician, a painter and photographer. He died in Madrid, aged 77 years.

Higueras architecture displays are a constructive adaptation to the natural and physical environment. He had an understanding of architecture from popular contemporary approaches. His spectacular but simple structural solutions, such as vaults, have influenced other architects. His work appears in MOMA in New York.

Higueras' significant works are: the Spanish Pavilion located in New York, a multi-purpose building for Montecarlo, the La Macarrona Residence in Somosaguas, Madrid, the Fierro House in Marbella, the Castellana at number 266 Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid and Sede del Instituto del Patrimonio Histórico Español. He also designed the Museo de Antonio López Torres, in Tomelloso, Ciudad Real.

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Jan 30, 2008

on July 23, 2013


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