Palacios Ramilo, Antonio

Antonio Palacios Ramilo (1872 – 1945)

Antonio Palacios Ramilo, born in O Porriño (Pontevedra), Galicia 1872, was a Spanish architect best known for his design of the Palacio de Comunicaciones (Communications Palace) in Madrid, the García Barbón Theater in Vigo and many other works in those cities and places like Mondariz, Baiona or his home town O Porriño.
Antonio Palacios Ramilo studied architecture in Madrid and later became a  professor at Escuela de Arquitectura de Madrid. Palacios died on October 27, 1945 at his home in El Plantío Madrid.

Important Buildings:

  • Palacio de Comunicaciones de Madrid
  • Circulo de Bellas Artes de Madrid
  • Bank of the River Plate (Central Bank), today headquarters of the Cervantes Institute, Madrid
  • Hospital Day of Maudes, Madrid
  • Teatro Garcia Barbón de Vigo
  • The Industrial and Commercial Bank of Madrid
  • Bank of Vines Aranda, Vigo
  • Metro de Madrid