Retrat de David Bravo


Architect dedicated to deliberating and debating urban challenges such as the public space, the right to housing and the right to the city.

He has worked at Barcelona City Council as head of the cross-cutting strategy to fight gentrification. Since 2003, he has collaborated with the Barcelona Contemporary Culture Centre (CCCB) in the development of the European Prize for Urban Public Space.

Articles by David Bravo

Houses on the street Carrer de la Font Florida, in the Barcelona neighborhood of Font de la Guatlla. © Arianna Giménez
Who does the reversal of a public land designation affect? The cases of Satalia and Font de la Guatlla

Classed as green areas by the General Metropolitan Plan, the small neighbourhoods of Satalia and Font de la Guatlla have long lived under the threat of expropriation and demolition. In...

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