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Santiago Calatrava
Santiago Calatrava Valls
Santiago Calatrava in 2010
Birthday/Birthplace (1951-07-29) 29 July 1951
Benimàmet, Valencia, Spain
Citizenship Spanish
School(s) Polytechnic University of Valencia
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Profession(s) Engineer
Engineering career
Discipline Structural engineer, Architect, Sculptor
Institutions Institution of Structural Engineers
Practice name Santiago Calatrava
Projects Athens Olympic Sports Complex
Auditorio de Tenerife
Alamillo bridge
Chords Bridge
Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències
Liège-Guillemins railway station
Museum of Tomorrow
Awards Won European Prize for Architecture
AIA Gold Medal
IStructE Gold Medal
Eugene McDermott Award
Prince of Asturias Award
Auguste Perret Prize

Santiago Calatrava Valls (Benimámet, July 28, 1951) is an architect, civil engineer and Spanish sculptor. Among the prizes and acknowledgments he has received, he has been awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts of 1999, the National Architecture Prize of 2005 and the European Architecture Prize of 2015. Currently, he has offices in New York, Doha and Zurich.

Santiago_Calatrava’s Biography

Academic stage

L’Hemisfèric in the City of Arts and Sciences (Valencia, Spain).


Auditorium of Tenerife (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain).

Puente del Alamillo, Seville.

From the age of eight he studied at the School of Fine Arts where he formally began his preparation as a draftsman and painter. At age 13 his family sent him to Paris through a student exchange program. Returning to Valencia, after attending night classes at the School of Fine Arts and Crafts of Burjasot, Santiago Calatrava began in 1969 the career of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, where he graduated in 1974 and did a postgraduate course in urbanism, being a disciple of the eminent Cuenca architect Juan Carlos Jiménez. Then, Calatrava, who was interested in the great works of classical masters and wished to expand his training, moved in 1975 to Zurich, where he studied civil engineering for four years at the Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ, by its initials in German) in which he graduated with a PhD in Technical Sciences with the thesis on the folding of structures and also exercised the teaching activity in 1979.

He was awarded the National Architecture Prize of the Ministry of Housing for the year 2005 for his long and prestigious professional career.

Works and projects

After finishing his studies, he worked as an assistant professor at the Federal Institute of Technology, where he began accepting small assignments and also participating in competitions for new projects. In 1983 he was awarded his first work of some importance, the Stadelhofen Railway Station, located near the center of Zurich where he had also established his office. The following year, Calatrava designed the Bac de Roda bridge in Barcelona, ​​which was the first that began to give it some international recognition. This would be followed by the bridge Lusitania de Mérida (1991), the Alamillo de Sevilla (1992) and the bridge of 9 October in Valencia (1995).

In 1989 Calatrava opened his second office in Paris, while he was working on the project of the Lyon Airport Railway Station called Lyon-Saint-Exupéry TGV Station. Two years later he created his third office, this time in Valencia, where he worked on a large project, the City of Arts and Sciences .

In 1992, Calatrava signs the communications tower of Montjuic (Barcelona) and one of the bridges of the Universal Exposition of Seville, the Puente del Alamillo, which links the capital of Seville and the neighboring town of Camas. In 2003, the Auditorio de Tenerife building was concluded in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and some of the most prestigious newspapers in the world such as The New York Times or Financial Times, among others, were present at its opening.

In 2009 he opened the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin (Ireland). The Samuel Beckett Bridge (in English Samuel Beckett Bridge) is a cable-stayed bridge, linking Macken Street on the south side of the Liffey River, with Guild Street and North Wall Quay, in the Docklands area of ​​Dublin.


Roundhouse building, in the Swiss town of Suhr.

In 2010 he signs the Roundhouse building, in the town of Suhr, canton of Aargau (Switzerland). In 2014, Santiago Calatrava was selected to carry out the reconstruction project of the Greek Orthodox Church destroyed as a result of the attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York.In its design, Calatrava has been inspired by forms of iconography Byzantine, in the style of Hagia Sophia. The church will replace the four-story church of the early twentieth century that was destroyed.

In 2016 he opened the Oculus transport interchange in New York. In 2003 he was awarded the construction of the intermodal infrastructure of the 1 World Trade Center, in New York, in the so-called Ground Zero generated after the attacks of September 11, 2001. The exchanger combines the transports of three different media: the trains of the Port Authority Trans-Hudson, the New York subway and the rail link with the John F. Kennedy International Airport. Calatrava has designed a structure of glass and steel that will look, in his own words, “a bird released by the hands of a child”.

More Facts about Santiago Calatrava

Whole Name Santiago Calatrava
AKA(s) Santiago Calatrava, Santiago Calatrava Valls, Calatrava, Santiago
Born/Where Benim?met, Valencia, Spain
Born July 28, 1951
Astrological sign Leo

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