Tag Santiago Calatrava

Turning Torso, Santiago Calatrava Malmö, 2005


Turning Torso, Santiago Calatrava Malmö, 2005

The Malmö skyline has a new icon: the Turning Torso, completed in four years, is now a prominent landmark in the city of Malmö, Sweden.

Valencia. Palau de les Arts <br> Santiago Calatrava. 2005


Valencia. Palau de les Arts
Santiago Calatrava. 2005

White concrete, steel and ceramic: these are the main "ingredients" of the new Palau de les Arts designed by Catalan architect Santiago Calatrava for Valencia.

Calatrava's bridge<br>Venice. 2004


Calatrava's bridge
Venice. 2004

Defined by Calatrava himself as "a walkway of light", the bridge linking Piazzale Roma with Santa Lucia railway station offers Venice a prominent contemporary landmark and will be a strategic part of its integrated transportation system.

Science museum, Valencia.<br> Santiago Calatrava


Science museum, Valencia.
Santiago Calatrava

The Science Museum in southeastern Valencia is part of the big "Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias" also including the Hemisfèric and the Palacio de las Artes.

Santiago Calatrava: East Station, Lisbon


Santiago Calatrava: East Station, Lisbon

The East Station is situated at a distance of 5 km from the heart of the old city of Lisbon and was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

Alamillo Bridge<br> Seville


Alamillo Bridge

Constructed for the Seville World Exposition in 1992, the bridge linking the city with the island of Cartuja has a span of 200 metres and is over 4 km long.Its daring forms and suggestion of energetic movement have attracted international public attention to the Alamillo Bridge ever since it was first designed.

Tenerife Auditorium


Tenerife Auditorium

Tenerife Auditorium, inaugurated in September 2003, stands between the Maritime Park and Santa Cruz Harbour, in an area where thousands of tourists choose to spend their holidays every year. It is the first structure Calatrava has designed for the performing arts and his first major public building since the Milwaukee Art Museum expansion.

Buenos Aires: renovation of Puerto Madero


Buenos Aires: renovation of Puerto Madero

Architects: J.M.Borthagaray, C.Carnicer, P.Doval, E.Garcia Espil, M.Leidermann, C.Marrè, R.Perez, A.Tufaro, E.Xaus. Client: Corporacion Antiguo Puerto Madero S.A. (Ministerio de Obras y Servicios Publicos, Ministerio del Interior, Municipalidad de Buenos Aires) Competition: 1991 Final project: 1992 Approval of the "Plan Maestro" : 1994 Total project area: 170 hectares Surface area divided into lots for private use: 55 hectares Surface area reserved for riverbank road: 15 hectares Water surfaces: 40 hectares Parks and gardens: 19 hectares Pedestrian walkways and paths: 41 hectares Total volume of construction: 2,000,000 m3 including - residential units: 260,000 m3. - commercial space: 100,000 m3. - plants and facilities: 1,640,000 m3.

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