Small Designs, Great Architects


Generally, we associate architects (especially those of great international prestige) on a large scale. Large buildings, skyscrapers, even cities, are the object of their creative work. But the reality is that in the place where ideas are formed, there are no stairs, ideas travel from one place to another with a capacity for seduction where stimuli of all kinds have the capacity to develop the final project. And it will be at a certain point in this journey, in which an outline, an image, or a piece of paper ends up being a great building, or a small object that makes us a different life. Things are not always what they seem.

Organised by: Roca Gallery Barcelona