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Total Projects from BOPBAA: 1

BOPBAABOPBAA is a study of architecture. It was founded in 1990 by Josep Bohigas Arnau, Francesc Ferrer Pla and Iñaki Baquero Riazuelo.

The projects address the disciplines of Architecture, Planning, Ephemeral Assemblies, Industrial Design and cultural projects.

As a team, they have collaborated with architectural firms: Martorell-Bohigas-Mackay, EMBT, Giants-Zenghelis, Abalos & Herreros and Varis Arquitectes.

In recent years they have lectured and conducted workshops in Athens, Alicante, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Bogotá, Slovenia, Havana, Lugo, Madrid, Medellin, Mexico, Paris and Zaragoza.

Josep Bohigas born in Barcelona in 1967. He is an architect from the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona.

In 1995-96 attends the Master in Architecture (AAD) at Columbia University. During his training, he worked in the studios of Enric Miralles, Elias Torres Martinez Lapeña, MBM, Joseph Maria Rovira and Tomas Morato.

In 1990 creates the BOPBAA study with Francesc Pla and Iñaki Baquero.

Francesc Pla born in Barcelona in 1968. He is an architect from the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona. During the formative years he worked with Enric Miralles, Joseph Maria Rovira. Since 1993 he taught at various colleges: the School of Design Elisava (Pompeu Fabra), the International University of Catalonia and the Graduat.

Iñaki Baquero Riazuelo born in Barcelona in 1965. He is an architect by the School of Architecture of Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalonia. During his training, he worked in the studios of Enric Miralles, MBM, Tomas Morato and Josep Maria Rovira.
Some of his works have been selected finalists for the FAD Awards for Architecture.

website: www.bopbaa.com


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