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David Bravo i Bordas

Barcelona (Spain)


David Bravo i Bordas

Architect. Former secretary of the Prize Jury (2010-2018)

David Bravo is part of the interdisciplinary team responsible for the ATRI Strategy, which offers cities tactical housing systems against gentrification. He has worked at the Barcelona City Council in developing a crosswise strategy against gentrification (2016-2019) and was curator of the cycle "Bye bye car! | How to free Barcelona from private vehicles?” at the Sala Beckett theatre in 2018.

Since 2003, he has been working with the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) on the European Prize for Urban Public Space as secretary of the jury and , editor. He has directed for Spanish public television (RTVE) the documentary Europe City (2012), which upholds the validity of the European model of the city, and was curator of "Piso piloto" (2015), an exhibition presenting the right to housing which was shown simultaneously at the CCCB and the Museum of Antioquia in Medellín (Colombia).

He has taught, inter alia, at the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB-UPC), the Sert School of the Architects' Association of Catalonia (COAC), in the Master's Degree in City and Urban Planning of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), in the ELISAVA School of Design, and in the Master's Degree in Architecture and Urban Culture in Metropolis.

He lectures regularly and writes articles for several magazines and newspapers.

[Last update: January 2022]

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