The Architecture of Latin America
This volume presents coverage of contemporary Latin American architecture. With an introduction by the Argentine architect, Miguel Angel Roca, it reviews recent architectural developments in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Peru.
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ARGENTINA New Proposals in Colombian Architecture
Manteola Sanchez Gomez Santos Solsona
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