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13 June

The last winner of the National Architecture Award and chairwoman of the jury for the International FAD Awards 2022 organised by ARQUIN-FAD, the architecture prizes for works created around the world but designed by Spanish and Portuguese architects, will give a conference regarding her creative process in the way she designs, through some of her most representative projects.

After graduating in architecture and urban planning at ETSAB (Higher Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona) and founding a studio with Enric Miralles, with whom she gained international recognition with projects such as the Igualada Cemetery, which won the FAD Award for Architecture, Carme Pinós set up her own architecture practice in 1991. Estudio Carme Pinós undertakes a broad range of projects such as urban reforms, public works and furniture design, winning numerous international recognitions.

The architecture practice has won numerous international awards for different projects like Plaza de la Gardunya, the Massana Art School and the back façade of the Boqueria Market; the apartment building on Vienna’s WU Campus; the Generalitat de Cataluña Tortosa branch and the Cube I and Cube II office towers in Guadalajara.

Objects is the name of those product collections designed, produced and marketed by her on studio, from and on 2012. In 2016 Pinós won the Delta Award for Industrial Design for the «Mallorca» tiles.


Format: in-person.
Admission: free of charge with prior registration.

Organised by: ARQUIN-FAD
With the support of: Barcelona City Hall, Incasòl
Protectors: Quantity Surveyors’ Association, Technical Architects and Construction Engineers of Barcelona, Catalonia Architects’ Association, Instituto Camões, Axalta, CIN Valentine, Cosentino, Gira, Hager, OIC Penta.
ARQUIN-FAD Collaborators: Gancedo, MINIM
Film partner: Nihao Films
Media partner: On Diseño
Collaborators: Moritz, El Bandarra

Disseny Hub Barcelona
Pl. Glòries Catalanes, 37-38
08018 Barcelona
Disseny Hub Barcelona
Pl. Glòries Catalanes, 37-38
08018 Barcelona