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Calatrava, Santiago, 1951-

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Personal name headingCalatrava, Santiago, 1951-
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Calatrava Valls, Santiago, 1951-
Valls, Santiago Calatrava, 1951-
Biography/History noteSantiago Calatrava's best-known works are in the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Turning Torso tower in Malmö, Sweden, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, Texas, and his largest project, the City of Arts and Sciences and Opera House, in his birthplace, Valencia. His architectural firm has offices in New York City, Doha, and Zürich.
Associated countryZurich (Switzerland)
New York (N.Y.)
Birth date1951-07-28
Place of birthSpain
Field of activityArchitecture
Structural engineering
Profession or occupationArchitects
Structural engineers
Found inHis Il folle volo, c1987: t.p. (Santiago Calatrava) flap (b. 1951, Valencia; doctorate degree in technical sciences; architecture and engineering office in Zurich)
Molinari, L. Santiago Calatrava, c1998: p. 216 (Santiago Calatrava Valls; b. 1951)
Wikipedia, www, 19 september, 2019 (Santiago Calatrava Valls. Was born on July 28, 1951, in Benimàmet is a Spanish architect, structural engineer, sculptor and painter, particularly known for his bridges supported by single leaning pylons, and his railway stations, stadiums, and museums, whose sculptural forms often resemble living organisms. Calatrava resides in Zurich and New York City)
Calatrava: Santiago Calatrava, complete works 1979-today, ©2018: title page (Calavatra. Santiago Calatrava)