Oscar Tusquets Blanca

Oscar Tusquets Blanca is an architect by training, painter by inclination and designer by vocation. Catalan by birth, he lives in Barcelona.
He has carried out architectural projects in many countries such as Spain, Italy, Japan and Germany.


Among his architecture works the following stand out: the Catalan Music Palace in Barcelona, the Tusquets Pavilion in the park of La Villette in Paris, the residential complex in Fukuoka-Kashii (Japan), the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium in Las Palmas (Gran Canaries), the quarries Chandon and Sant Cugat Sesgarrigues (Barcelona) and the Toledo metro station in Naples (considered one of the most beautiful in Europe).

He was awarded the Gold Medal of Merit to the Fine Arts of Spain, he is a Knight of the Order of the Arts and Letters of France, he owns the San Jordi cross of the Generalitat of Catalonia.
They awarded him, along many others, the National Prize for Drawing, two Barcelona Ciudad prizes, and numerous FADs for architecture and design.

Some objects designed by Oscar Tusquets Blanca are part of prestigious permanent collections in important museums such as the Moma in New York or the George Pompidou Centre in Paris.