Internationally renowned architect and critic, Peter G. Rowe, presents a global and synthetic view of Barcelona's transformation from its inception to the present. An outstanding study of the city, Rowe succeeds in contextualizing the astonishing evolution of the city of Barcelona, which has become an international point of reference in terms of architecture and urban development. To be consumed in one sitting, "Building Barcelona" describes the major international events and historical milestones that have molded the city into its present day form.
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Author Biography - Peter G. Rowe
Peter G. Rowe is the Raymond Garbe Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and University Distinguished Service Professor at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, where he has taught since 1985. Between 1992 and 2004 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Design, following appointments as Chairman of the Department of Urban Planning and Design (1988-1992) and Director of the Urban Design Programs (1985-1990).