10 lost competitions, 1 success

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Arquine, 2009 - Architectural design - 117 pages
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We're always reading about the projects that win architectural competitions. But there's much to learn from the projects that lost, too. Architect Lucio Muniain has made his losers - well, call them unrealized projects - into this book, and added one of his winners for good measure. Muniain, who is not yet 40, is one of Mexico's leading young architects and one of the most interesting figures in the contemporary Mexican scene. Each project reflects a versatility of considerations related to programs and contexts. In this way, public and private works, corporate buildings and housing coexist, revealing the challenges assumed by the architect in the process of conceiving projects that remain virtual.

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SENADO DE LA REPÚBLICA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 26 TERMINAL 2 AEROPUERTO DE LA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 34 PARACHUTE PAVIL...
2 CASA LAMM CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 46 PERFORMING ARTS CENTER SEOUL
BIBLIOTECA PÚBLICA DE JALISCO GUADALAJARA 64 EXPO CULIACÁN CULIACÁN 74 PUNTA CONDESA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 82 CO...
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