Javier Carvajal was a key figure of modern architecture in Spain in the 1950s and 60s.
Altos Estudios Mercantiles Business School. Barcelona, 1956-57.
Corporate offices, show room and flagship store for fashion brand Loewe. Barcelona, Spain.
Loewe flagship store mural, London.
Spain pavillion for 1964 New York World’s Fair. The Pavilion relocated to St. Louis, Missouri and is now a part of a Hilton Hotel.
Hall of sacred art inside Spain’s pavillion.
Visitors gazing at sculpture entitled ‘Pinta’ by Vaquero Turcios at the Spanish Pavillion. 1964 New York World’s Fair.
Garcia-Valdecasas House. Somosaguas, Madrid,1965.
Caeacas building, Madrid, 1966. This apartment building is clearly Brutalist, and is full of subtle details, from the piling up around the corner to the inflection of the north facade that accomodates one of the trees that line the sidewalk.
Casa Sobrino, 1971. Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain.
Granada chair, 1963.
Javier Carvajal attributed; Easy chair. Bent plywood, leather and chromed metal lounge chair, 1970.
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