Ernesto de Estrada: el arquitecto frente al paisaje

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CEDODAL, 2007 - Architecture - 127 pages
"CEDODAL in collaboration with the Estrada family organized an exhibition and the present accompanying book that examines the life and professional career of Argentinean architect Estrada. The book gathers various authors who review in their texts the influence German architect Hermann Jansen had over the young Estrada, his integration to the National Forests project (1934) and his legacy in the planning of urban centers, infrastructure works and tourism and hotel architecture particularly in the Patagonian region. Estrada's culmination was the Civic Center of Bariloche, (today historic and national monument) an architectural project that was conceived for the fist time in accordance with environmental management and following a definitive character of regional architecture"--Provided by vendor.

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