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Antonio Montes

Architect - Manresa

Antonio Montes obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB). After finishing his studies, in 1988 he joined the Urban Projects Office of the City Council of Barcelona, and in 2004 was appointed Projects and Works Director for the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB), a position he held until 2020. He currently forms part of the Urban Transformation and Innovation Management Office of the City Council of Barcelona.During his career, he has been involved in both the urban space and the creation of elements for the city.His works notably include the Portal de l’Àngel Avenue (1992), the steps in Calle Génova (1993), Calle Ferrán (1995), Avenida Meridiana (1999) with Garcés-Soria and Plaza Molina Barcelona (1998). Also, Plaza Major de Manresa (2005), the streets, rambla and squares of the Sant Boi de Llobregat Old Town (2007-2010), the old Carretera General N-2 and Plaza de la Vila de Montgat (2008-2017). As regards social facilities and housing, the Ministry of Public Works and Town Planning (1986), the Library on Cornellà de Llobregat (2009), the housing and surroundings of the Mercat Vell del Masnou (2010) and Manresa (2013), the library in the old El Molí Factory in Molins de Rei (2014-2020) and the Ripollet municipal sports centre (2020).

The awards and recognitions of Antonio Montes Gil have confirmed his relevance as a town planner over the years. He was given an award in the Prototype Building Ideas Competition for Facilities on the Northern Spain beaches by the Ministry of Public Works and Town Planning in 1986, was a finalist in the 4th Young Architects Europe in 1996, was given an award for the remodelling of the Mercat Vell de Masnou area in 1997, was selected in the 5th Biennial Spanish Architecture Exhibition in 1999, received a special mention in the COAC Biennial Central Region Architecture Exhibition in 2006, was a finalist in the Maresme Architecture Exhibition in 2010, was selected by the COAC in the Good Practices collection in 2011 and was also selected by the COAC in the Catalan Architecture Exhibition in 2013 and 2019, amongst others.

Antonio Montes has combined his professional career with teaching. During his career he has given courses, workshops and conferences at various national and international architecture schools. At the Catalonia College of Architects, the Barcelona School of Architecture, the Physical and Architectural Planning Centre, the International Velocity Congress and the Forum of Municipalities and Regions of Europe in Brussels. Also during the international day sessions at the Architectural Heritage Intervention (AHI) in Barcelona.

Antonio Montes co-designed the Trapecio bench (2003) with Montserrat Periel. Two large trapezoidal pieces of wood or concrete that stand out for their magnitude and beauty. A meeting point of unique presence and informal use, to create spaces dedicated to people.

Antonio Montes obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB). After finishing his studies, in 1988 he joined the Urban Projects Office of the City Council of Barcelona, and in 2004 was appointed Projects and Works Director for the Metropolita...
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Antonio Montes obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB). After finishing his studies, in 1988 he joined the Urban Projects Office of the City Council of Barcelona, and in 2004 was appointed Projects and Works Director for the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB), a position he held until 2020. He currently forms part of the Urban Transformation and Innovation Management Office of the City Council of Barcelona.During his career, he has been involved in both the urban space and the creation of elements for the city.His works notably include the Portal de l’Àngel Avenue (1992), the steps in Calle Génova (1993), Calle Ferrán (1995), Avenida Meridiana (1999) with Garcés-Soria and Plaza Molina Barcelona (1998). Also, Plaza Major de Manresa (2005), the streets, rambla and squares of the Sant Boi de Llobregat Old Town (2007-2010), the old Carretera General N-2 and Plaza de la Vila de Montgat (2008-2017). As regards social facilities and housing, the Ministry of Public Works and Town Planning (1986), the Library on Cornellà de Llobregat (2009), the housing and surroundings of the Mercat Vell del Masnou (2010) and Manresa (2013), the library in the old El Molí Factory in Molins de Rei (2014-2020) and the Ripollet municipal sports centre (2020).

The awards and recognitions of Antonio Montes Gil have confirmed his relevance as a town planner over the years. He was given an award in the Prototype Building Ideas Competition for Facilities on the Northern Spain beaches by the Ministry of Public Works and Town Planning in 1986, was a finalist in the 4th Young Architects Europe in 1996, was given an award for the remodelling of the Mercat Vell de Masnou area in 1997, was selected in the 5th Biennial Spanish Architecture Exhibition in 1999, received a special mention in the COAC Biennial Central Region Architecture Exhibition in 2006, was a finalist in the Maresme Architecture Exhibition in 2010, was selected by the COAC in the Good Practices collection in 2011 and was also selected by the COAC in the Catalan Architecture Exhibition in 2013 and 2019, amongst others.

Antonio Montes has combined his professional career with teaching. During his career he has given courses, workshops and conferences at various national and international architecture schools. At the Catalonia College of Architects, the Barcelona School of Architecture, the Physical and Architectural Planning Centre, the International Velocity Congress and the Forum of Municipalities and Regions of Europe in Brussels. Also during the international day sessions at the Architectural Heritage Intervention (AHI) in Barcelona.

Antonio Montes co-designed the Trapecio bench (2003) with Montserrat Periel. Two large trapezoidal pieces of wood or concrete that stand out for their magnitude and beauty. A meeting point of unique presence and informal use, to create spaces dedicated to people.

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Product category

Urban benches, Urban furniture

Year

2003

This large-scale rest element is formed of two large trapezoidal parts made from wood or concrete. Trapecio stands out for the beauty and generosity of its geometry, forceful and very attractive. It transforms whatever space it’s in, offering new possibilities for urban leisure.

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