A young Oriol Bohigas behind a sculpture by Henry Moore, November 1953, in Stevenage.
Oriol Bohigas with Josep Martorell, his partner in the architecture studio from the beginning, at the start of his career.
Oriol Bohigas, on the right, with Ricardo Bofill (centre) and Federico Correa during a visit to Benicàssim in the mid-sixties
Edifici Meridiana, a work by the MBM studio, built between 1959 and 1965 on Avinguda Meridiana in Barcelona.
Oriol Bohigas, on the right, with Rosa Regàs, in the centre.
Bohigas, on the cover of 'L'Uomo Vogue'
Oriol Bohigas, Baltasar Porcel and Josep Lluís Sert.
The Creueta del Coll Park was designed by the architect.
Oriol Bohigas in Japan in 1989 with Arata Isozaki, the architect of the Palau Sant Jordi
Bohigas and other friends in Italy, at Italian architect Gae Aulenti's house in the early nineties
The residential area known as the Olympic Village concentrates several important unique buildings. They are buildings designed by Martorell, Bohigas, Mackay and Puigdomènech. In the photo, the athletes' residence.
Panoramic view of the Olympic Village and its port, designed by Bohigas.
Aerial view of the almost finished works of the Plaça del Futur Pavilion, by the MBM studio, which was part of the 1992 Universal Exposition in Seville