Spain is a country more diverse than one can imagine. It has undergone layers of architectural transformation since prehistoric times. TLD Espana attempts at studying the country with focus on these various eras of architectural transformations. Starting straight from the ancient Roman-Spanish architecture, most of which has been left in ruins today, to the Moors who developed the Mudejar architecture and gave an insight to the Islamic architecture that followed in the years ahead. Somewhere in the transition process Renaissance and Gothic architectural styles also escalated. But the architectural wonder of Spain didn’t cease with it. The modern era saw the works of the most famous practitioner of Catalan Moderism, Antoni Guadi.
We would also learn about the Pritzker Prize winner Rafael Moneo on the visit to The Prado Museum, designed by him.
TLD Espana would be a programme where we would learn that grand monuments of the past coexist alongside architectural creations such daring that it becomes clear Spain's future will be every bit as original as its past.