3 Latin American contemporanean architects

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Rómulo Moya Peralta
Compre este libro de Trama, 2006 - Architecture - 69 pages
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3 Latin American Architects.- Latin American architecture has its own characteristics, where efficient and functional outcomes combine with the vision of space as a protagonist. This is what Charles Ott and Mathias Klotz present in their work. Uruguayan and Chilean respectively, they are two of the most influential Latin American architects worldwide. They have won prestigious international awards and have buildings in the Americas, Asia and Europe. Christian Wiese is one of the Ecuadorian architects with more international projection. His work combines the same features of Latin American architecture. The work of these three architects has been gathered and analyzed in this book, which is a work that every scholar interested in Latin American architecture should have, since it gathers its essence and its influence around the world.
 

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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