ARCH. ORIOL BOHIGAS

ORIOL BOHIGAS

1925 – Born in Barcelona.

1951 – Title of Architect. Escola T.S. d’Arquitectura. Barcelona. (Spain)

– Went into partnership with Josep Martorell.

– Founder member of “Grup R”. (Barcelona. Spain)

1957 – Jury member of the 19th Triennial of Milan (Italy).

1961 – Technical Diploma in Town Planning. Barcelona. (Spain)

– David Mackay joined Josep Martorell and Oriol Bohigas forming MBM.

1963 – Title of Doctor in Architecture.

1964 – Senior lecturer in the Escola T.S. d’Arquitectura. Barcelona, until 1966.

1968 – Biannual Prize of the Col.legi Oficial d’Arquietctes de Catalunya for his bookL’Arquitectura Modernista.

1970 – “Puig i Cadafalch” Prize of the Col.legi O. d’Arquitectes de Catalunya for the best architectural book La arquitectura española de la Segunda República.

1971 – Chair of Composition at the Escola T.S. d’Arquitectura. Barcelona.

1974 – Lecture Course Autonomous University of Mexico, and Colleges of Architecture in La Plata, Rosario and Cordoba (Rep. Argentina).

– Member of the board of directors of the magazine Arquitecturas Bis. Barcelona.

1975 – Member of the board of directors of the magazine Lotus International. Milan (Italy).

1976 – Professor at the Ball State University. Muncie, Indiana. (USA).

– Corresponding member of the Venezuelan College of Architect (Venezuela).

1977 – Head of the Escola T. S. d’Arquitectura. Barcelona, until 1980.

1980 – Director of Planning, City Council. Barcelona, until 1984.

1981 – President of “Fundació Joan Miró”. Barcelona, until 1988.

– Academic Member of the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca. Rome (Italy)

1982 – Lecture course Faculty of Architecture, University of Los Andes, Bogota (Colombia).

– Honorary member of the Sociedad Colombiana de Arquitectos. Bogota (Colombia).

1983 – Lecturer in “1er Encuentro Iberoamericano sobre la ciudad”, Lima (Peru).

– Member of the Foundation Européene des Sciences, des Arts et de la Culture. Paris (France).

1984 – Jury Member “Príncipe de Astúrias” awards (1984, 1985, 1986 and 1987). Oviedo (Spain).

– Personal advisor to the Mayor of Barcelona on Urban affairs.

1985 – Seminar in Jerusalem organised by the Graduate School of Design. Harvard University. Massachusetts (USA).

– I International Biennial of Architecture. Buenos Aires (Argentina).

1986 – Gold Medal for Artistic Merit from the city of Barcelona.

1987 – II International Biennial of Architecture. Buenos Aires (Argentina).

– Honorary Member of Bulgarian Architects.

1988 – Medal of Urbanism from the Académie d’Architecture de Paris (France).

1989 – Sikkens Award. Rotterdam (The Netherlands).

1990 – Honorary Member of The Bund Deutscher Architekten (BDA). Bonn (Germany).

– Gold Medal for Architecture awarded by the Consejo Superior de Arquitectos de España. Madrid (Spain).

– Serra d’Or Critics Award for the book Combat d’incerteses. Dietari de records edited in Barcelona.

1991 – Creu de Sant Jordi awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya. Barcelona.

– Foreign Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, IVA. Stockholm (Sweden).

– Member of the Académie d’Architecture. Paris (France).

– Councilor of Culture. City Council. Barcelona, until 1994.

1992 – Doctor Honoris Causae for the Technic University of Darmstadt (Germany).

– Volker Stevin Innovatieprijs Award. Rotterdam (Netherlands) – Barcelona (Spain).

1993 – Honorary Fellowship of The American Institute of Architects (AIA). Washington. USA

1995 – Chair in Honours for the Univeritat Politécnica de Barcelona (Spain)

– Doctor Honoris Causae for the Universidad Menéndez y Pelayo. Santander (Spain)

– VI Bienal International of Architecture of Buenos Aires. (Argentina)

1996 – Member of the Jury of the City of Barcelona awards (Spain)

– Honorary Fellow (Hon FRIBA) of the Royal Institute of British Architects. London (UK)

1999 – City of Barcelona award to the International projection

– Royal Gold Medal (RIBA) to the city of Barcelona (Narcís Serra, Pasqual Maragall, Joan Clos, Oriol Bohigas and José A. Acebillo). London (UK)

2003 – President of the “Ateneu Barcelonés”.

2004 – Gold Medal awarded by the Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc. Barcelona

2005 – Narcís Monturiol Medal to the Scientific and technologic Progress awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya.

– Medal to the Lealtad Republicana awarded by the Asociación Manuel Azaña. Madrid.

2006 – President Macià Medal awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya

PUBLISHED BOOKS

Barcelona entre el Pla Cerdà i el barraquisme. Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1963.

Arquitectura Modernista. Barcelona, Lumen, 1968. Italian edition: Architettura Modernista, Gaudí e il movimento catalano. Torino, Einaudi, 1969.

Les Escoles Tècniques Superiors i l’estructura professional. Barcelona, Nova Terra, 1968. Spanish edition: Las Escuelas Técnicas Superiores y la estructura profesional.Barcelona, Nova Terra, 1970.

Contra una arquitectura adjetivada. Barcelona, Seix y Barral, 1969.

La arquitectura española de la Segunda República. Tusquets, Barcelona, 1970. Italian edition: Architettura spagnola della Seconda Repubblica. Dedalo, Bari, 1978. Spanish edition: Modernidad en la arquitectura de la España republicana. Tusquets Editores, Barcelona, 1998. French edition: Modernité en l’architecture dans l’espagne républicaine. Editions Parenthèses, Marseille, 2004

La arquitectura española de la Segunda República. Barcelona, Tusquets, 1970. Italian edition: Architettura spagnola della Seconda Repubblica. Bari, Dedalo, 1978.

Polèmica d’arquitectura catalana. Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1970.

Reseña y catálogo de la Arquitectura Modernista. Barcelona, Lumen, 1972 (second edition 1983).

Proceso y erótica del diseño. Barcelona, La Gaya Ciencia, 1976 (second edition 1978).

Once arquitectos. Barcelona, La Gaya Ciencia, 1976.

Catalunya. Arquitectura i urbanisme durant la República. Barcelona, Dopesa, 1978.

Reconstrucció de Barcelona. Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1984. Spanish edition:Reconstrucción de Barcelona. Madrid, Ediciones del MOPU, 1986. Italian edition:Ricostruire Barcellona. Milan, Etaslibri, 1992

Transformación de un frente marítimo. Barcelona. La Villa Olímpica 1992. Transformation of a seafront. Barcelona. The Olympic Village 1992. Barcelona, Gustavo Gili, 1988. (in collaboration with Martorell, Mackay and Puigdomènech).

La Villa Olímpica. Barcelona 92. Arquitectura. Parques. Puerto Deportivo. The Olympic Village. Barcelona 92. Architecture. Parks. Leisure Port. Barcelona, Gustavo Gili, 1991 (in collaboration with Martorell, Mackay and Puigdomènech).

Combat d’incerteses. Dietari de records. Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1989. Spanish edition:Desde los años inciertos. Barcelona, Anagrama, 1991.

Dit o fet. Dietari de records II. Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1992. Spanish edition:Entusiasmos compartidos y batallas sin cuartel. Barcelona, Anagrama, 1996

Gràcies i desgràcies culturals de Barcelona. Novembre 1992 – Gener 1993. Barcelona, Ajuntament de Barcelona, Àrea de Cultura, 1993.

El Present des del Futur. Epistolari Públic (1994-1995). Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1996.

Del dubte a la Revolució. Epistolari públic (1995-1997). Barcelona, Edicions 62, 1998. Italian edition: Tra Strada del Dubbio e Piazza della Revoluzione. Epistolario sulle arti, l’architettura e l’urbanistica. Roma-Reggio Calabria, Gangemi Editore spa 2003

Cartes de la Baralla. Epistolari públic sobre cultura i política. Barcelona, Columna, 2003.

Oriol Bohigas. Realismo, urbanidad y fracasos. 3 conferencias en la Universidad de Navarra. Diciembre 1999. Lecciones/Documentos de arquitectura. ETS de Arquitectura. Universidad de Navarra. Pamplona, June 2003.

Contra la incontinencia urbana. Reconsideración moral de la arquitectura y la ciudad.Electa, Barcelona, 2004. Catalan edition: Contra la incontinència urbana. Reconsideració moral de l’arquitectura i la ciutat. Barcelona, Institut d’Edicions de la Diputació de Barcelona, September 2004.

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