The architect Javier Goerlich Lleó is largely responsible for the modern shape of the city of Valencia, to which he dedicated intense professional activity between 1914 and the early 1960s.
His valuable and abundant urban planning and architectural work may be found in both the public and private spheres, and his work as both a municipal architect and chief architect for the Valencia City Council is particularly relevant. His long professional career, pursued without interruption in one and the same place, offers an exemplary summary of the architectural and urban problems of the first half of the 20th century in one of Spain’s great cities.
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