List of Santiago Calatrava Architecture

List of Santiago Calatrava buildings, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Most, if not all prominent Santiago Calatrava architecture appears on this list, including houses, churches and other structures where applicable. This list contains information like what city the structure can be found in, and when it was first opened to the public. If you want to find out even more about these famous Santiago Calatrava buildings you can click on the building names to get additional information.

List contains buildings like Turning Torso and Quadracci Pavilion, Milwaukee Art Museum.

This list answers the questions, "What buildings did Santiago Calatrava design?" and "What do Santiago Calatrava structures look like?"

  • 80 South Street was a residential skyscraper proposed for construction in New York City. The building was planned for construction in Lower Manhattan, and designed by renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. However, the project was canceled on April 16, 2008 in the wake of a declining real estate market.
    • City/Town: New York City, New York, United States of America, North America
    • Structural Height (m): 251.76
    • Created By: Santiago Calatrava
    • Created By: Santiago Calatrava
  • Athens Olympic Sports Complex

    The Olympic Athletic Center of Athens "Spiros Louis" or OACA, is a sport facilities complex located at Marousi, northeast Athens, Greece. The complex consists of five major venues as well as other supplementary sport facilities. The Olympic Athletic Center of Athens has hosted the Mediterranean Games in 1991, the World Championship in Athletics in 1997 as well as other important athletic and cultural events. The most significant event the Athens Olympic Sports Complex has hosted, was the Olympic Games. OACA was the main venue for the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. The complex was revamped for the games under a design produced by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
    • City/Town: Greece
    • Created By: Santiago Calatrava
  • Atlanta Symphony Center

    Symphony Center was a proposed concert hall in Atlanta, Georgia that would have been the new home of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The site for the new structure was to be in Midtown on 14th Street just south of the current Symphony Hall in the Woodruff Arts Center. Architect Santiago Calatrava was selected to design the facility and delivered a design that would serve as a "postcard" for the city. The design was unveiled in 2005, but was cancelled in 2008 due to funding issues. The ASO now plans to build a new hall at the Woodruff Arts Center, at 15th Street and Peachtree Street. The original site, still owned by the Woodruff, will now be developed by 2020 into three more skyscrapers to ...more
    • Created By: Santiago Calatrava
  • The Auditorio de Tenerife "Adán Martín", was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava Valls. It is located on the Avenue of the Constitution in the Canarian capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and next to the Atlantic Ocean in the southern part of Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Construction began in 1997 and was completed in 2003. The auditorium was inaugurated on 26 September of that year with the presence of Felipe de Borbón, Prince of Asturias, and was later visited by former U.S. President Bill Clinton. The building is framed within the tenets of late-modern architecture of the late 20th century. The majestic profile of the auditorium has become an architectural symbol of the city of ...more
    • City/Town: Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    • Opened: Jan 01 2003
    • Created By: Santiago Calatrava
  • Bilbao Airport is a public airport located 9 km north of Bilbao, in the municipality of Loiu, in Biscay. It is the most important airport in the Basque Country and northern Spain, with 4,045,613 passengers in 2011. It is famous for its new main terminal opened in 2000 designed by Santiago Calatrava. It is the 2nd most important base for Vueling, with the second highest number of destinations offered.
    • City/Town: Spain
    • Created By: Santiago Calatrava