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Bienal de arquitectura mexicana (8th. and 9th : 2004/2006 : México)
VIII y IX Bienal de arquitectura mexicana.
México, D.F. : Federación de Colegios de Arquitectos deRepública Mexicana, 2006.
272 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
The book is a compilation of the 2004 and 2006 Mexican Architecture Biennales and presents the jury selected projects along a register of all the participating works with theorycontribution by its authors following their elaboration process and the logic of their projects. Winners of the 18th Biennale included by category the following: Individual Residence was wonby Javier Calleja, Alfonso López Baéz and Alberto Kalach, for "Casa en Lomasde Chapultepec"; the category Education was won by Gonzalo Gómez-Palacio y Campos, for the "Escuela Nacional de Conservación, Restauración y Museografía del INAH" (Mexico City); the category Culture was for Teodoro González deLeón and J. Francisco Serrano, for the Embassy of México in Guatemala; the category of Services, Recreation and Sports and Landscape Architecture was for Sixto Langaricofor the "Palenque de la Villa", (Colima); the category of Office, the winners were firm Landa García Landa Arquitectos for the building "Centro de Atención a Clientes deCemex" (Monterrey) and the category of Building Remodeling was for firm Higuera+Sánchez Arquitectos, for the building "13 de septiembre" (Mexico City). Winners of the 19th Biennale included by category the following: the category Individual Residence was won by Javier Calleja, Alfonso López Baéz and Diego Ricalde fortheir "Casa en Valle de Bravo"; Multifamily Residence category was awarded toHiguera-Sánchez Arquitectos, for the building "Amsterdam 315"; Social Housing, to Legorreta+Legorreta, for "Parque Europa", in Madrid, Spain; In the category of Services, Recreation and Sports, to Jorge Ambrosi, Lorenzo Farfán, Francois Belanguer and José P. Ambrosi, for "Jiva. Centro de Trabajo Corporal"; in Landscape Architecture, to Grupo de Diseño Urbano (Mario Schjetnan and José Luis Pérez Maldonado) for the Project "Rehabilitación del Bosque de Chapultepec"; in Tourism, to José Sánchez and Moisés Ison of Central de Arquitectura, for the "Hotel Básico" in Quintana Roo. In the category of Office, the winners were Honorato CarrascoMahr, Raúl Peña and Cesar Pérez for the "Centro de Cómputo y Resguardo del IFE", (Hidalgo); and the category of Building Remodeling was won by Teodoro González de León for the "Museo de Arte Popular".
Architecture -- Competitions -- Mexico -- Exhibitions.
Architecture -- Mexico -- 21st century. -- Exhibitions.
Federación de Colegios de Arquitectos de República Mexicana.
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8 y 9 bienal de arquitectura mexicana
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