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Miquel Roig

Architect - Barcelona

Miguel Roig Roch obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB).

He began his professional career in 1983 as a member of the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Equip de Projectes Urbans del Ajuntament. In 1988, together with Jordi Romero and Jaume Artigues, he created the firm ADD Arquitectes, and then moved to the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Servei de Projectes i Obre de l’Ajuntament, the Consorcio municipal Promoció Ciutat Vella and the Àrea de Projectes, Obres i Elements Urbans de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona.

He took part in the 1995 Triennale di Milano and he commissioned various exhibitions and publications, such as Un tomb per Barcelona, implemented town planning projects (1995), Barcelona segona renovación, a collection of plans (1995) or Barcelona, una transformación constant, implemented for the International Union of Architects conference (1996).

Finally, after his experience in the Consorcio del Besòs, he ended up joining the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Departamento de Acció Territorial del Ajuntament, which he currently directs.

Miguel has always been close to local town planning, and has received various recognitions. The FAD Award for architecture and the Construmat for civil engineering, both in 1996 for the Paseo Marítimo de la Barceloneta planning project, the award in the 4th Architecture in Spain Biennial Exhibition in 1996, and the first Maresme Triennial architecture exhibition in 2004.

Miguel Roig designed the Tram planter, together with Jaume Artigues (1994). A modular element, in a line, for introducing plants and bushes into the city, and for creating urban borders.

Miguel Roig Roch obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB).

He began his professional career in 1983 as a member of the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Equip de Projectes Urbans del Ajuntament. In 1988, together with Jordi Romero and Jaum...
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Miguel Roig Roch obtained a degree in architecture from the Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAB).

He began his professional career in 1983 as a member of the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Equip de Projectes Urbans del Ajuntament. In 1988, together with Jordi Romero and Jaume Artigues, he created the firm ADD Arquitectes, and then moved to the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Servei de Projectes i Obre de l’Ajuntament, the Consorcio municipal Promoció Ciutat Vella and the Àrea de Projectes, Obres i Elements Urbans de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona.

He took part in the 1995 Triennale di Milano and he commissioned various exhibitions and publications, such as Un tomb per Barcelona, implemented town planning projects (1995), Barcelona segona renovación, a collection of plans (1995) or Barcelona, una transformación constant, implemented for the International Union of Architects conference (1996).

Finally, after his experience in the Consorcio del Besòs, he ended up joining the Santa Coloma de Gramanet Departamento de Acció Territorial del Ajuntament, which he currently directs.

Miguel has always been close to local town planning, and has received various recognitions. The FAD Award for architecture and the Construmat for civil engineering, both in 1996 for the Paseo Marítimo de la Barceloneta planning project, the award in the 4th Architecture in Spain Biennial Exhibition in 1996, and the first Maresme Triennial architecture exhibition in 2004.

Miguel Roig designed the Tram planter, together with Jaume Artigues (1994). A modular element, in a line, for introducing plants and bushes into the city, and for creating urban borders.

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Products

Product category

Planters, Urban furniture

Year

1994

Medium capacity linear planter for bushy plants, or for ornamental purposes. The attributes of the Tram planter allow for green lines to be created, linked together and continuous, in those areas where the ground underneath makes natural planting difficult.

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