Barcelona wins Gold
In a startling break with 150 years of tradition, the Royal Gold Medal for architecture will go not to an individual or to a group of individuals, but to an entire city. This year's jury has decided to award the medal to the city of Barcelona for 'inspired city leadership, pursuing an ambitious yet pragmatic urban strategy and the highest design standards', which have 'transformed the city's public realm, immensely expanded its amenities and regenerated its economy, providing pride ...
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