Book charts architect Ricardo Bofill's visionary designs over the decades

08 September 2019 - 00:00 By Julia Freemantle

In 1963, Ricardo Bofill assembled a team of architects, engineers, planners, writers and sociologists who would later form the Barcelona-based Taller de Arquitectura (RBTA).

The socially minded Bofill, whose radical aesthetic was inspired by a vision for urban and communal life that challenged the norm and proposed new alternatives to living, has produced a huge body of work, drawing on history and humanity, with a vision for the future that takes into account the past...

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