A LEGENDARY Costa del Sol-based architect has received a coveted annual award.
Donald Gray won the Premio Internacional de Arquitectura Clásica y Restauración de Monumentos Rafael Manzano, which includes €50,000 and a commemorative medal.
The Australian’s standout designs include the Marbella urbanisation La Virginia, Las Lomas del Marbella Club, the City Hall in Pitres and the Hotel La Tartana.
The award recognises work that respects the surrounding countryside and traditional Spanish architecture.
Gray has Spanish citizenship having spent decades working on the Costa del Sol, but now lives in the Alpujarras.
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