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José Luis Camarasa

Alicante, 1955

José Luis Camarasa graduated in architecture from the ETSA in Valencia (Technical School of Architecture) in 1979, and specialized in urban design. Since 1981, he has been a Municipal Architect at Benidorm Town Council. He has developed his professional work in all spheres of urban projects, from industrial design, with his street lighting and furniture elements (his Lavapiés beach shower was selected for the ADI-FAD awards in 1997), to the overall planning which includes urban management, infrastructures, and facilities. Coherently with his way of conceiving his projects, Camarasa sees...

José Luis Camarasa graduated in architecture from the ETSA in Valencia (Technical School of Architecture) in 1979, and specialized in urban design. Since 1981, he has been a Municipal Architect at Benidorm Town Council. He has developed his professional work in all spheres of urban projects, from industrial design, with his street lighting and furniture elements (his Lavapiés beach shower was selected for the ADI-FAD awards in 1997), to the overall planning which includes urban management, infrastructures, and facilities. Coherently with his way of conceiving his projects, Camarasa sees architecture as the basic material with which cities are built. Some of his most emblematic works are the bridge of Benidorm Town Hall (in collaboration with AIC), selected in Construmat 2003 and a finalist in the FAD awards of the same year and the Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Day Centre buildings in San Juan de Alicante, First Prize in the Competition of the Provincial Council of Alicante (2007).