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Josep Maria Jujol

Architect from Catalonia who designed the Patronat Obrer Theater in Tarragona in 1908 as well as the Casa Manach in Barcelona in 1911. He began monitoring structures in Barcelona in 1901 and collaborated during this time period with architect Don Antoni. His programs to create an amusement recreation area in line with the solar program were never understood. He attained his architect’s certificate in 1906, which provided him a chance to develop the graffiti design that became his brand. He was created in Tarragona, Catalonia and grew up in Tarragona, Gracia, and Barcelona. His dad, Andreu Jujol, was a college primary. He collaborated with fellow architect Antoni Gaudi on the look from the Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, and Recreation area Guell, all in Barcelona, Spain.

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