Introduction
Félix Candela Outeriño (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈfeliks kanˈdela outeˈɾiɲo]; January 27, 1910 – December 7, 1997) was a Spanish and Mexican architect who was born in Madrid and at the age of 26, emigrated to Mexico, acquiring double nationality. He is known for his significant role in the development of Mexican architecture and structural engineering. Candela’s major contribution to architecture was the development of thin shells made out of reinforced concrete, popularly known as cascarones. He was a teacher of Santiago Calatrava, which has had a great influence on Calatrava's works.
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Q704609
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Introduction
Mexican architect, born in Madrid.
Nationalities
Mexican, American, Spanish
Gender
Male
Role
Architect
Names
Félix Candela, Félix Candela Outeriño, Felix Candela, Félix Candela y Outeriño
Ulan
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