This second monograph dedicated to Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra comes to complete the work that started in TC 92/93, collecting this time 14 projects from the lastdecade of work of this Sevillian architect.
In these projects, we find the recurring themes of western Mediterranean architecture: the patio, the platform, the square, the gallery and the outdoor space covered in residential, cultural or urban planning works such as the Magallanes Park in Seville.Homes such as the Robinson house and the A11 in Seville or the social housing in Vallecas are published along with other larger-scale works such as the new headquarters for the Caixa Forum in Seville, the Congress Palace in the same city, the Torrent Market or the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Luxembourg.
An architect, in short, international, without renouncing his Andalusian roots, the lessons and the characteristic elements of his culture and his city. A circumstance that leads him to act with the same conviction and intensity in the future Atarazanas of Seville or in the reorganization of the urban pole of Cornavin in Switzerland.
The work of Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra is narrated here, in 326 pages, by a flow of photographs, sketches, planimetric schemes, perspective fragments, axonometric views, studies in plan and section and construction details. With texts by Ricardo and Carlos Meri, Giovanna Crespi and Ricardo Carvalho.