Antoni de Moragas i Spà


Antoni de Moragas i Spà was born in Barcelona in 1941, where he continues to work as an architect and designer.

The son of architect Antoni de Moragas i Gallissà, one of the leading figures in the architectural renovation of post-war Spain and one of the cornerstones of modernity who has become a design classic, he studied at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts and graduated from Barcelona's School of Architecture (ETSAB) in 1972. In 1985, he completed his PhD in Architecture with a thesis on AAntoni Mª Gallisà.
His first architectural jobs were at Ricardo Bofill's Architecture Workshop, MBM Arquitectes and Gregotti Associati International in Milan.
Throughout his career he has combined his work as an architect with teaching and interior and furniture design.
He has been a projects teacher at the Barcelona School of Architecture since 1972 and taught interior design projects at EINA Design School since 1977. In 1987 he also became a lecturer at the ETSAB. He has been chair of Arquinfad and a visiting lecturer at the Schools of Architecture of Budapest, Buenos Aires and Rome.
Moragas i Spà has won several awards for architecture and interior design, including the Domènech i Muntaner award from the Catalan Architectural Studies Institute (1986), the FAD award for architecture (1987), and the City of Barcelona architecture award (1990).

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