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Lessons learned - Interview with Chief Architect of Barcelona, the 1st Smart City
We conducted an exclusive interview with Vicente Guallart, who participated in Barcelona's transformation into a Smart City.
According to Juniper Research, Barcelona is the 1 st Smart City in the World. We conducted an exclusive interview with Vicente Guallart, who participated in Barcelona's transformation into a Smart City. He was Chief Architect of Barcelona City Council from 2011 to 2015. The Fleming. team asked him about his understanding of the Smart Cities concept and what is keeping him inspired for future creative projects in Barcelona.
What does the term 'Smart City' mean to Barcelona?
need to transform ideas into reality. We have defined the idea of
Barcelona becoming a self-sufficient city, within the next 40 years a
city able to produce all the energy it needs, as well as food and
things inside the city. We need to make cities productive again in
order to empower their citizens. So, we need to make those ideas
possible, and we are working hard in this direction.
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