Abraham Zabludovsky: espacios para la cultura
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Jan 1, 2005 - Architecture - 205 pages
Exhaustive study on the architectural projects for cultural spaces designed by Zabludovsky (b. Mexico) characteristic for the use of single material (chiseled concrete) in his great taluses and blind walls giving it a sense of continuity and enhancing its value with almost artisanal quality. The book is illustrated with numerous color photographs and plans of theaters, auditoriums, convention centers and museums that include the Centro de la Imagen, Centro Cultural Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, the renovation and expansion project of the Auditorio Nacional, the State of Guanajuato auditorium and the theater of the city of Aguascalientes amongst others. Some projects were done collaboration with Teodoro González de León and others with Guillermo Rossell.
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