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Luis Barragan

Paraisos/ Paradises

by Juan Molina Y Vedia

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Published by H. Kliczkowski .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interior Design - General,
  • Individual Architect,
  • Architecture

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRolando Schere (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13205465M
    ISBN 109879474023
    ISBN 109789879474020

      the project that luis barragán, in collaboration with andrés casillas, designed in and built between and for swedish-born folke s. . BOOK CONDITION: Fine; a solid, tight, clean copy showing light shelf wear to covers. One of the key figures in modern architecture, Luis Barragan's () influence has travelled far beyond his Mexican homeland, culminating in his reception of architecture's most prestigious award, the Pritzker Prize, in

    Get this from a library! Luis Barragán. [René Burri; Luis Barragán] -- This celebration of the work of Luis Barragan by photographer René Burri has an introduction by Burri and accompanying philosophical observations by the Mexican architect.   The subject of the discussion was a diamond— carats, rough-cut—which, as I reported last year, was made from the compressed ashes of the late Mexican architect Luis Barragán. Created with.

    Luis Barragán () was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. His professional training was in engineering, resulting in a degree at the age of twenty-three. His architectural skills were self-taught. In the s, he traveled extensively in France and Spain and, in , lived in Paris for a time, attending Le Corbusier's lectures. His time in Europe, and subsequently in Morroco, . En Francisco Gilardi, de cuya familia es amigo Luis Barragán, encarga al arquitecto la construcción de su casa en México D. F. Es la última obra que Luis Barragán finaliza. Dos elementos del proyecto atraen principalmente a Barragán: el inmenso árbol Jacarandá que preside el solar y la piscina que Gilardi solicita al arquitecto.


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