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The Institut Ramon Llull

Partnership is essential to our work at the Institut Ramon Llull. We believe that joining forces and complementing resources coming from individuals, private companies, foundations and institutions is the surest way to enrich the promotion of Catalan culture and language abroad and to make a meaningful impact in different countries.

By working with us, our partners contributions help improve international projects and accelerate Catalan culture internationally.

To accomplish this in a sustainable way, the Institut Ramon Llull seeks long term commitments to collaborate, share resources and results.


• Projects that shape the future of architectural designs and construction and the use of building innovative materials. Through knowledge and information sharing we have promoted international business opportunities for manufacturing, construction and architectural firms.

Architecture Biennale, “RCR. Dream and Nature”, Venice, Italy 2018

Architecture Biennale, “Aftermath”, Venice, Italy, 2016

Architecture Biennale, “Grafting Architecture”, Venice, Italy 2014

• Projects that support talented artists internationally

Art Biennale “La Venezia che non si vede”, Venice, Italy, 2017

Art Biennale, “Singularity”, Venice, Italy, 2015

Summerstage festival, New York, USA, 2015

• Projects that connect culture and sport values by means of the “Sport Meets Culture” programme

Conference session co-organized by the Institut Ramon Llull, the FC Barcelona and the Turin University entitled “Sport, valori e identitat”, Turin, Italy, 2017

Panel discussion on football and literature at the Warsaw Book  Fair, Warsaw, Poland, 2016

Conference session co-organized by the Institut Ramon Llull, the FC Barcelona and the Glasgow Universityt entitled “Barça. Sports, values and identity”, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2016

• Projects that support literary translations abroad

Literary panel discussions between authors and translàtors  coorganized by the Institut Ramon Llull and the Han Nefkens Foundation, Barcelona 2017.

• Projects that inspire and shape the future of design. We have promoted international business opportunities in Asia for the design industry, tourism, manufacturing companies and business schools.

Business of Design Week, “Barcelona Inpires Design”, Hong Kong, China, 2015

Beijing Design Week,”Barcelona, a Future Inspired by Design”, Beijing, China, 2014

• Projects than connect with other communities through gastronomy, featuring renowned chefs. We have promoted international business opportunities for the food and the travel and tourism industry.

Somerset House, “elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food”, London, 2013

Somerset House, “Innovation in the art of food: Chef Ferran Adrià”, Museum of Science, New York, 2014




For more information, please contact or call +34 934 67 80 00.


 Simon  Han Nefkens Cosentino Cricursa  Estrella Damm Figueras Flexbrick     Klein  Lamp  Resol    Sorigué 

Strategic partners

Coac Turisme Costa Brava Ajuntament d'Olot

A consortium of:

Generalitat de CatalunyaGovern Illes BalearsAjuntament de Barcelona

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