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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 33. Chapters: Juan O'Gorman, Fernando Romero, Agustín Landa Verdugo, Luis Barragán, Enrique Norten, Eduardo Pareyón Moreno, Mario Schjetnan, Aurelio Nuño Morales, Manuel Tolsá, Sara Topelson de Grinberg, Teodoro González de León, Ricardo Legorreta, Dionicio Rodriguez, Francisco Eduardo Tresguerras, Carlos Mijares Bracho, Juan José Díaz Infante Núñez, Alberto Kalach, Max Cetto, Pedro Castellanos, Abraham Zabludovsky, Mauricio Rodriguez Anza, Enrique de la Mora, Enrique Carral Icaza, J. Francisco Serrano Cacho, Antonio Rivas Mercado, Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, Rafael Mijares Alcérreca, Clara de Buen Richkarday, Héctor Velázquez Moreno, Augusto H. Álvarez, Isaac Broid Zajman, Alberto Arai, Mario Pani, Andrés Casillas de Alba, Juan Sordo Madaleno, Miguel Ángel de Quevedo, Alejandro Zohn, Antonio Attolini Lack, Agustín Hernández Navarro, Mauricio Rocha, Gerardo Broissin, Rodolfo Barragán Schwarz, Javier Senosiain, Bernardo Calderón Cabrera, José Luis Calderón Cabrera, Guillermo García Oropeza, Francisco J. Serrano, Ramón Torres Martínez, Alejandro Luna, Pedro Cerisola, Michel Rojkind, Xavier Cortés Rocha, José Villagrán García, Bernardo Gómez-Pimienta, Juan Miguel de Agüero, José Damián Ortiz de Castro, Domingo García Ramos. Excerpt: Fernando Romero (1971), currently the most exposed and successful young Latin American architect, has produced five books that have had worldwide distribution and has received more than 21 international awards. Graduated in 1995 from Universidad Iberoamericana. He was president of the student society in 1994. Worked with Rem Koolhaas at OMA in Rotterdam, The Netherlands from 1997-2000. In 1999, as head project leader, he designed the winning proposal for the concert Casa da Musica competition in Porto, Portugal (considered one of the icons in contemporary architecture). In 1999 started his professional practice independently with FREE, an architectural firm established with the ambition to address contemporary society and generate architecture through a process of translation. Fernando Romero has been invited to present his work in Netherlands, Italy, Spain, England, Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Japan, China, USA, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Colombia, Peru, Costa Rica, and Mexico. His approach to architecture has been influenced by a strong focus on research and innovation, giving him insight into related topics such as urbanization, climate change, social housing and visual arts. Fernando Romero was invited professor at Columbia University (New York), and published several books that reflect his vision of architecture: Translation, Hyperborder and most recently Simplexity, collaboration with German publisher Hatje Cantz. Fernando Romero has been distinguished with international awards such as: "Architect of the Year 2010" by Fashion Group, in 2009 he received from the Mexico City's Architects' College and the Mexican Society of Architects, the first time winner of the category "Young Architecture 2009". Global Leader of Tomorrow in 2002 in the World Economic Forum; Red Dot Award: Best of the Best for Bridging Tea House 2006; Bauhaus Award 2005 for Villa S. March 2006; Pamphlet Architecture Prize to Fernando Romero for Translations; SARA Prize Socie

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Titre: Mexican architects
Sous-titre: Juan O'Gorman, Fernando Romero, Agustín Landa Verdugo, Luis Barragán, Enrique Norten, Eduardo Pareyón Moreno, Mario Schjetnan, Aurelio Nuño Morales, Manuel Tolsá, Sara Topelson de Grinberg, Teodoro González de León, Ricardo Legorreta
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Code EAN: 9781156026847
ISBN: 1156026849
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Histoire
nombre de pages: 36
Poids: 88g
Taille: H192mm x B84mm x T5mm
Année: 2011

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