Ricardo Bofill

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Ricardo Bofill Levi
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Personal information
Name Ricardo Bofill Levi
Nationality Spanish
Birth date 5 December 1939 (1939-12-05) (age 77)
Birth place Barcelona, Spain
Work
Projects Terminal 1 at Barcelona Airport, Sunshine Upper East (Beijing, China), Paribas Marché Saint Honoré (Paris), Antigone Quarter(Montpellier), Swift Headquarters. La Hulpe (Belgium), United Airlines Tower (Chicago), Ginza Shiseido Building (Tokio), La Paix Residentiel (Dakar, Senegal), Port of Savona (Italy), Walden 7 (Sant Just Desvern, Barcelona)

Ricardo Bofill, also Ricard Bofill Leví (Catalan: [riˈkard buˈfiʎ ɫəˈβi]) (born December 5, 1939) is a Spanish architect. He works for Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura.[1] Bofill was born into a family of builders in 1939 in Barcelona, Spain. He studied at the Barcelona University School of Architecture and graduated from the School of Geneva.

At the age of seventeen Ricardo Bofill designed his first project, a summer home in Ibiza, and by twenty-three became lead architect of el Taller. Bofill has created over 1000 projects to date in over 50 countries.

References[change | change source]

  1. Borges, Sofia. “Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura : Towards a Human Vernacular.” Berlin, Germany 2013.

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