Abraham Zabludovsky, Architect: 1979-1993

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Princeton Architectural Press, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 300 pages
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Abraham Zabludovsky's work is a response to the characteristics of site, inscribing its own language--characterized by the revalorization of the wall, the search for permanent textures, and the use of chiseled concrete with exposed marble chips--on a spatial concept that takes up the tradition of Mexican architecture of patios and porticoes to interrelate the interior space and the urban environment.

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