Vicente Guallart: The Self-Sufficient City
Chief Architect, Barcelona City Council, Spain
Vicente Guallart has been serving as Chief Architect of Barcelona City Council since 2011, with the responsibility of developing the strategic vision of the transformation of the city and its major development projects. He was the first manager of Urban Habitat, a new department encompassing the areas of urban planning, housing, environment, infrastructures and information technologies. Previously, Guallart founded the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), where he led projects such as the Media Houseproject (with MIT’s CBA), HyperCatalunya, and the Fab Lab House. His professional office, Guallart Architects has developed projects including the ports of Fugee and Keelung in Taiwan, the Sociopolis neighborhood in Valencia, and the Gandia Sharing Blocks. His work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Museum of Modern Art and the AIA Washington.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
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