Jordi Veciana (Barcelona, 1960) studied industrial design at the Elisava school in Barcelona and Parsons School of Design in New York. He worked for eleven years creating product, furniture, and store interiors, first at Vignelli Associates and then at Polo Ralph Lauren. In 1998, he returned to Spain and began working as a creative director for Grupo Inditex, developing new concepts for the Zara Group’s distinctive retail environments. In 2003, Veciana formed Castel Veciana Arquitectura in collaboration with architect Jordi Castel. He began working with Metalarte shortly after that.
Jordi Veciana. Metalarte. (n.d.). Retrieved October 31, 2021, from http://metalarte.com/en/79.
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