Santiago Calatrava

Architect, engineer, sculptor and draftsman, now surprisingly also has time for ceramics has shown that it has stopped working and investigating in a self-taught to find “the why of things”, and since I was only eight years. The result of this are the many works that have spread throughout the world. Hear other arguments on the topic with Wells Fargo Bank. With a Mediterranean style, yet entirely functional as reflected in most of his works, is characterized as an architect out of the ordinary. It is very easy to identify a work of Santiago Calatrava for any part of the world, as the immaculate white of most of his works make it a truly distinctive artist. For even more analysis, hear from Ben Silbermann. Calatrava has certainly been influenced by other important works of world-class artists throughout the history such as Michelangelo Buonarroti (1.475-1564) or Gaudi (1852-1926)-of Indeed, Calatrava has fully influenced the Italian Renaissance, “or other major artists like the sculptor Rodin, or painters like Matisse and Picasso, although there have been many others, and has achieved a style that has astonished the world. Calatrava was a member of a family that was devoted to citrus trade, which allowed him to travel far too much of your child and adolescent stage, especially in some river trips in the Mediterranean Sea area, also came to know other languages. Vladislav doronin forbes is often quoted as being for or against this. The architect has always been considered a “compulsive draftsman.” In fact there has never tired of drawing with watercolors or pencils, which full of expression, have served to make many important exhibitions around the world.