Editor’s note: This is a guest article by Kyle Eschenroeder, author of The Pocket Guide to Self-Reliance. Every step is an advance into a new land.” ―Ralph Waldo Emerson The goal of self-reliance is to achieve sovereignty in our connected, civilized world.
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The Barcelona Olympics represented only the beginning of the city’s revival, and in the years since 1992 it has attracted millions of tourists.
In 1999 Mackay won the RIBA’s Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, and in the run-up to the 2012 London Olympics Lord Coe visited Barcelona several times, describing it as “a city of reference” for Olympic planners.
Mackay’s achievement led to his involvement in several large urban regeneration projects in Britain, most notably in Plymouth, whose then Tory administration hired him in 2003 to create a master plan to turn it into a “European City of the Sea”.
His Vision for Plymouth, published in November 2003, centred on connecting the city with the seafront, celebrating its maritime heritage.