Carme Pinós

Carme Pinós set up her own studio in 1991 after winning international recognition for her work with Enric Miralles. She has worked on numerous projects ranging from urban refurbishments and public works to furniture design. Her sharp approach to design, anchored by a constant focus on experimentation and research, has made her work garner worldwide recognition. Her most significant recent works include the design of the MPavilion 2018 in Melbourne, the architectural set composed by Gardunya Square, Massana School of Arts, the Masterplan for the historical centre of Saint Dizier (France), the Departments Building of the Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria), the Cube Towers in Guadalajara (Mexico) She was named Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2011 and RIBA International Fellow in 2013 for her outstanding contribution to architecture.

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