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Màrius Quintana

Architect - Barcelona

Màrius Quintana obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB).

A few years after graduating, in 1982, he began his professional career as an architect for the Urban Projects Service of the Town Council of Barcelona, and in 1988 he became head of the Urban Elements Department until 1992. That same year, he opened his own architecture, town planning, design and interior design studio. He is the designer behind various projects executed for the Town Council of Barcelona and many others outside of his native country, like Andorra and France.

Years later, in 1999, he had the privilege of being named Curator of Architecture for the Miles van der Rohe Pavillion.

Close to his home city of Barcelona are noteworthy projects of his such as the Joan Miró Parque (1983) together with Antoni Solanas y Beth Galí; the Avenida Gaudí Road (1985) where he built a central walkway for pedestrians; and the Plaza de la Catedral together with Montserrat Periel (1991). He was also behind the remodelling of the Plaza Sarrià and him and Pau Sierra were the architects of the latticework façade project of the Rubí Library in 2009.

During his career, Màrius Quintana has received various recognitions in the industry such as the FAD Temporary Architecture Award for the “EINA. 20 anys” (EINA: 20 years) project in 1987, the FAD Public Spaces Award for the remodelling of the “Rambla Catalunya”, the INSERSO Award given by the Ministry of Social Affairs for improved accessibility in the urban environment in 1991 and the Prince of Wales Prize in Urban Design of Harvard Graduate School of Design, in 1991.

In 2009 he received a mention during the Ceramics Architecture Awards for his design of the “First Aid Module” on the beaches for the MMAMB.

A considerable part of Màrius Quintana’s professional career has been in teaching. He was a professor of Urban Furniture Design in the Elisava School from 1988 to 1997. Town Planning Professor II at the ETSAB for the 1991-1993 course. Also at the Vallés ETSA from 1993 to 1996, and in 1996 he was an associated teacher for the Projects Department at the ETSAB.

Together with Beth Galí and inspired by Alvar Aalto, Màrius Quintana created the LamparaAlta streetlamp (1983). The first urban element produced by Santa & Cole, now Urbidermis.
A lighting element that revolutionised urban lighting and the way of understanding light. Projecting indirect light ideal for landscaped areas and parks.
It was so well-received that in 1984, it won the ADI FAD (Delta de Plata) award.

Màrius Quintana obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB).

A few years after graduating, in 1982, he began his professional career as an architect for the Urban Projects Service of the Town Council of Barcelona, and in 1988 he bec...
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Màrius Quintana obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB).

A few years after graduating, in 1982, he began his professional career as an architect for the Urban Projects Service of the Town Council of Barcelona, and in 1988 he became head of the Urban Elements Department until 1992. That same year, he opened his own architecture, town planning, design and interior design studio. He is the designer behind various projects executed for the Town Council of Barcelona and many others outside of his native country, like Andorra and France.

Years later, in 1999, he had the privilege of being named Curator of Architecture for the Miles van der Rohe Pavillion.

Close to his home city of Barcelona are noteworthy projects of his such as the Joan Miró Parque (1983) together with Antoni Solanas y Beth Galí; the Avenida Gaudí Road (1985) where he built a central walkway for pedestrians; and the Plaza de la Catedral together with Montserrat Periel (1991). He was also behind the remodelling of the Plaza Sarrià and him and Pau Sierra were the architects of the latticework façade project of the Rubí Library in 2009.

During his career, Màrius Quintana has received various recognitions in the industry such as the FAD Temporary Architecture Award for the “EINA. 20 anys” (EINA: 20 years) project in 1987, the FAD Public Spaces Award for the remodelling of the “Rambla Catalunya”, the INSERSO Award given by the Ministry of Social Affairs for improved accessibility in the urban environment in 1991 and the Prince of Wales Prize in Urban Design of Harvard Graduate School of Design, in 1991.

In 2009 he received a mention during the Ceramics Architecture Awards for his design of the “First Aid Module” on the beaches for the MMAMB.

A considerable part of Màrius Quintana’s professional career has been in teaching. He was a professor of Urban Furniture Design in the Elisava School from 1988 to 1997. Town Planning Professor II at the ETSAB for the 1991-1993 course. Also at the Vallés ETSA from 1993 to 1996, and in 1996 he was an associated teacher for the Projects Department at the ETSAB.

Together with Beth Galí and inspired by Alvar Aalto, Màrius Quintana created the LamparaAlta streetlamp (1983). The first urban element produced by Santa & Cole, now Urbidermis.
A lighting element that revolutionised urban lighting and the way of understanding light. Projecting indirect light ideal for landscaped areas and parks.
It was so well-received that in 1984, it won the ADI FAD (Delta de Plata) award.

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Product category

Urban lighting, Urban streetlights

Year

1983

Award ADI FAD SILVER DELTA

1984

The LamparaAlta streetlight brought back reflected light in the middle of the 1980s, illuminating public spaces and transferring a quality that is characteristic of home interiors to the urban skin, with diffuse chiaroscuros and comfort.

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