MANUEL NUNEZ YANOWSKY
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Born in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, in 1942, Manuel Nunez Yanowsky
obtained a degree in history and archeology at the University
of Barcelona in 1973, following studies at the Adira Gual Dramatic
Art School in Barcelona. Nunez Yanowsky was among the founders
of Barcelona's Taller de Arquitectura. In 1991, in association
with Miriam Teitelbaum, he created SADE, an agency specialised
in architecture and town planning. Among his chief works is the
Place Pablo Picasso outside Paris, which includes 540 housing units,
a kindergarden, a secondary school and other educational facilities
as well as shops. He also created a private university in Barcelona.
In 1996, he rehabilitated Barcelona's 1929 Agricultural Exhibition Hall,
turning it into a theatre and dramatic art school.
Nunez Yanowsky has also completed urban planning projects in Algiers,
Brazzaville, Hamburg, Saint Petersburg, Sofia, Tbilisi,
and several Belgian and Spanish cities.
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