Spanish architect born in Denia. He studied in the School of Architecture of Madrid (1951). He was always focused in urban and housing works in Madrid. Some of those works are Poblado en el Batan, Poblado dirigido de Fuencarral or Puerta del Angel.
He won the National Architecture Prize, together with Saenz de Oiza in 1954 with the project of a chapel in 'Camino de Santiago'. The work he developed in Fuencarral was one of the first attempts to introduce modern affordable housing in Spain during the 50s and 60s.
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