Christian Wiese Architects: The Contemporary Rationalism

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Trama, Jan 1, 2005 - Architecture - 131 pages
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Christian Wiese Architects.- This book was presented as the main act in the Biennale of Architecture, Miami 2005. Wieses work has led him to be one of the most important young architects in our country and in Latin America. His extensive work, despite his youth, is an indication of the aspiration of Latin American cities while sheltering their heritage and values. He creates cutting-edge technology buildings formed with rational parameters. Order, clarity and transparency are common traits in his work. He masters the interaction between interior spaces with the outside, giving his buildings a timeless presence that is now attracting international recognition. Buildings like the FLACSO headquarters in Quito are examples of his work and the importance it is gaining in national and Latin American architecture.

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