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The COAC’s Historic Archive completes the cataloguing of the collection of Correa i Milà, Arquitectes

Detall de perspectiva de l'edifici Atalaya. Fons Correa-Milà, arquitectes. © Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC)
The staff of the COAC’s Historic Archive have catalogued the collection of documents donated by architects Federico Correa (b. 1924) and Alfonso Milà (1924–2009) to the COAC.

Federico Correa and Alfonso Milà studied architecture together before going on to work at José Antonio Coderch’s studio. In 1953 they set up their own practice, Correa-Milà, and enjoyed a prolific career as architects and designers

Their joint output includes projects such as residential properties in Cadaqués in the 1950s and 1960s; the Montesa Factory (1957); the Godó i Trias Factory (1962); the Monitor building (1966); the Atalaya building (1966); the renovation project of Plaça Reial in Barcelona (1985); the Olympic Ring of Montjuïc (1984); and Casa Serra (the new headquarters of Barcelona Provincial Council 1985–1987). Highlights of their interior design work include the Olivetti stores (1968–1969), the Flash-Flash restaurant (1970) and the Furest boutiques in Barcelona (1974–1977), and they were awarded the FAD prize in 1959, 1971 and 1974.