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Exhibition: ‘Vanished Architectures’

Guinardó Market, opened in 1954. Architect: B. Bassegoda. COAC Historical Archive
The city is a living showcase that exhibits the work of many generations of architects. Walking along the streets you can see the different styles, uses, social values and imprints that have defined the city’s fabric.

On the occasion of Architecture Week, in collaboration with the COAC Historical Archive, the exhibition ‘Vanished Architectures’ aims to showcase a series of architectural works at different points in the city that cannot be visited today, either because they have now disappeared or because they have undergone considerable transformation.

A temporary installation on the street near these ‘vanished’ buildings will show how they evolved over the years.

Buildings featured in the exhibition: 

· Ciutat Vella: The old warehouses at Moll de la Fusta (Moll de Bosch i Alzina)
· Eixample: Casa Amatller (Passeig de Gràcia, 41)
· Sants-Montjuïc: Les Arenes bullring (Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 373-385)
· Les Corts: The altar of the Eucharistic Congress (Plaça Pius XII)
· Sarrià-Sant Gervasi: Finca Miralles (Passeig de Manuel Girona, 55)
· Gràcia: Plaça del Raspall
· Horta-Guinardó: Guinardó Market (Carrer de Teodor Llorente, 10)
· Nou Barris: Harry Walker Factory (Plaça de Harry Walker)
· Sant Martí: Coca-Cola Factory (Rambla de Guipúscoa, 173)
· Sant Andreu: Pegaso Factory (Carrer Gran de la Sagrera, 179)


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