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Jordi Garcés, Daria de Seta, Anna Bonet. Garcés-de Seta-Bonet

Jordi Garcés, Daria de Seta and Anna Bonet Architects.

Jordi Garcés. Born in Barcelona on June 25, 1945, and studied at the Superior Technical School of Architecture in Barcelona (Degree 1970). Worked, during his studies, in the offices of Martorell-Bohigas-Mackay and in the Workshop of Ricardo Bofill. Begins his professional activity in 1970 with Enric Soria, with whom he remains a partner until 1994. Professor of Projects in the Eina School of Barcelona from 1971 to 1973 and in the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona since 1974. He was a member of the Board of the College of Architects of Barcelona from 1978 to 1980.

Chair Professor of Projects since 1985. PhD in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Catalunya in 1987. Full Profesor of Projects at the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona since 1988. Member of the Board of the FAD (Promotion of Decorative Arts) from 1990 to 1992. Consultant of the Mies van der Rohe from 1995. Consultant in the Organization of Presentations and Conferences for the Congress of the UIA 1996. Member of the Board of the “Ateneu Barcelonès” since November 2007.  Guest Professor, on various occasions, at the “Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland”.

Daria de Seta y Anna Bonet Giné (respectively) co-direct and they are nowadays members of the study.


Víctor Rahola Aguadé (1945, Barcelona) graduated from Escuela técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona ETSAB in 1973. He worked for Jose Antonio Coderch before establishing his own practice.

He taugth at the Escuela Técnica Superio de Arquitectura de Barcelona from 1977-2010. He has been visiting Professor at a number of schools of architecture. He has served on many architectural competition juries. In addition to his academic commitment, he lectures extensively both in Spain and abroad and writes regularly on architecture.

Vidal Tomás Arquitectes. Jorge Vidal

Jorge Vidal Tomás architect, graduated from ‘Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona’ (ETSAB) in 2005.  He studied at the Academy of Architecture Mendrisio in 2004. During that time, he worked with Peter Zumthor Atelier and Valerio Olgiati Atelier.  Furthermore, he studied in Greece with Ella Zenghelis thanks to a scholarship awarded to him by the Mies Van der Rohe Foundation.  He is, at present, preparing his Ph.D. at ETSAB.

He is a professor of Studio Projects at ETSAB and director of the series of lectures known as Foros ESARQ at the Universidad Internacional de Cataluña.  He has taught as a guest speaker at many schools of architecture.  In addition to his academic commitments, he lectures extensively all over Spain and also abroad.  He writes regularly about architecture.




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