Josep Llinàs, winner of the CSCAE Gold Medal for Architecture

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Josep Llinás

Josep Llinás is a Valencian architect born in Castellón. He later taught there, as well as at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura del Vallés and the Ramon Llull University.

He has published studies on Josep Maria Jujol and José Antonio Coderch, and has collaborated on several projects with the architect Alejandro de la Sota, such as the construction of a building at the Spanish embassy in Paris.

He has won the FAD Interior Design Award (1976), the City of Barcelona Award (1995) for his apartment building on Carmen Street in Barcelona, and the FAD Architecture Award (1996) for the restoration of the Metropol Theatre in Tarragona. His works include a residential building in Berga (1977), CAP in Ripollet (1985), Municipal Library in Vila-seca (1986), Library and departments of the Escola de Enginyers de Camins de Barcelona (1989), Director's Building of the Facultat de Informàtica de Barcelona (1995), Vila-seca Town Hall (1996), the classroom building and bar of the Faculty of Law of the University of Barcelona (1996), the Central Library of Terrassa (1997), the Torre del Far in Torredembarra (2000) and the Pit-roig Centre in Barcelona (2001).



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