The COAC’s Historic Archive completes the cataloguing of the collection of Correa i Milà, Arquitectes
Federico Correa and Alfonso Milà studied architecture together before going on to work at José Antonio Coderch’s studio. In 1953 they set up their own practice, Correa-Milà, and enjoyed a prolific career as architects and designers
Their joint output includes projects such as residential properties in Cadaqués in the 1950s and 1960s; the Montesa Factory (1957); the Godó i Trias Factory (1962); the Monitor building (1966); the Atalaya building (1966); the renovation project of Plaça Reial in Barcelona (1985); the Olympic Ring of Montjuïc (1984); and Casa Serra (the new headquarters of Barcelona Provincial Council 1985–1987). Highlights of their interior design work include the Olivetti stores (1968–1969), the Flash-Flash restaurant (1970) and the Furest boutiques in Barcelona (1974–1977), and they were awarded the FAD prize in 1959, 1971 and 1974.