There are architects with an unmistakable style, it is not the case of Renzo Piano who seeks to apply coherent ideas to extraordinarily different and differentiated projects.
Its buildings impress both for their particular design and for their diversity of scales, materials and shapes.
Piano broke onto the international scene when he co-designed the Center Pompidou in Paris, a building so daring that according to The New York Times it turned the world of architecture "upside down." Since then, the architect has continued to create numerous reference cultural spaces.
This introduction to the figure of the architect travels the world, from Osaka (Japan) to Bern (Switzerland) passing through numerous cities, islands and buildings, to discover the incredible repertoire of Renzo Piano.
Texts in Spanish.