Josep Puig i Cadafalch

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Ediciones Polígrafa, 2001 - Architecture - 159 pages
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Perhaps no other figure exerted a greater influence on the urban transformation of Barcelona during the first third of the twentieth century than Josep Puig I Cadafalch. If as an architect he exemplified the tension between Modernism and Noucentisme, as a historian and archeologist he exemplified the recuperation of Catalonia's historical and patrimonial memory. Nevertheless, it was his awareness of town planning issues that contributed to the great metropolitan transformation of Barcelona, from the opening of Via Laietana to the development of the Placa de Catalunya. This volume includes both a biography and a chronology of works and projects.

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Contents

Casa Pere and Francesc Martí i Puig 29
1813
Casa Joaquim Coll i Regàs 35
1819
Casa Josep Puig i Cadafalch 41
1825
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About the author (2001)

Permanyer was born in Barcelona. He took a degree in Law, despite having no intention to go into practice. He is a journalist and writer and has worked on the editorial staff of La Vanguardia since 1966.

Casals specialized in the photography of architecture and interior design since the year 1972.

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