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Santiago Calatrava

13 July 2010

2000 – Peunte de la Monteolivete, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava The original bride crossing the Turia river bed was built by Engineer Fernandez Ordoà±ez in the 1980s. When the City of Arts and Sciences was built the bridge was considered...

13 July 2010

1995 – Puente de la Exposicion, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Known popularly as “La Peineta” (the hairdo) for its unusual form, this bridge was designed with a 14 metre high inclined arch that stretches from one side to the other.

13 July 2010

2004 – Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Queen Sophia Palace of the Arts is the final structure built of a grand City of Arts and Sciences concept designed by the Valencia-born and internationally known architect, Santiago Calatrava,...

13 July 2010

2000 – Prince Felipe Science Museum, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Set up by the Regional Government of Valencia, the City of Arts and Sciences has become an international landmark and the symbol of Valencia’s ambition to present an image to...

13 July 2010

1998 – L’Hemisfèric, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava The planetarium L’Hermisfèric was the first section of the Valencia City of Arts and Sciences opened to the public. It represents a huge human eye that comes alive and opens...

13 July 2010

2001 – L’Umbracle, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Located on the southern side of the City of Arts and Science, L’Umbracle, is a promenade with carparking underneath. The upper part comprises a long panoramic promenade, with a tree-lined...

23 June 2010

2009 – Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Dublin’s Samuel Beckett Bridge, designed by internationally renowned architect Santiago Calatrava cost €60 million and took ten years to complete. The 120-metre long, 48-metre high bridge spans the river Liffey...

20 January 2010

2003 – James Joyce Bridge, Dublin

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Named after the Dublin author James Joyce whose story “The Dead” is set in a house facing the bridge, this was one of two Santiago Calatrava projects planned for Dublin...

10 December 2009

1990 – BCE Place, Toronto, Ontario

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Features the Allen Lambert Galleria, an award-winning, 6 storey pedestrian avenue conceived by Santiago Calatrava. The Galleria’s roof and structure is simply awesome. One part is reminiscent of palm trees...

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