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Facundo de Zuviría

The Planet of Light


  • Foreword by
  • Rodolfo Machado
  •  
  • Introduction by
  • Eduardo Leston
  •  
  • Photography by
  • Facundo de Zuviría
  •  
  • Edited by
  • Oscar Riera Ojeda
  •  

Facundo de Zuviría

The Planet of Light

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  • Foreword by Rodolfo Machado
  • Introduction by Eduardo Leston
  • Photography by Facundo de Zuviría
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda
  • specifications

  • Size: 10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format: Portrait
  • Pages: 176
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • description

  • Rodolfo Machado was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is a graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires School of Architecture. He studied urban design at the Centre de Recherche d’Urbanisme, in Paris, France and continued studies at the University of California, Berkeley, receiving his Master of Architecture degree and pursuing post- graduate work in the area of architectural theory and criticism. After working for several notable Bay Area firms, Mr. Machado formed an architectural practice with Jorge Silvetti in 1974. Machado and Silvetti Associates has received three National Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects: a 1993 award in architecture for the Princ- eton University Parking Structure, a 1998 urban design award for Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park, and a 2003 award in architecture for the Honan-Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library. The firm has also received nine Progressive Architecture awards, eleven Boston Society of Architects Awards, including the 2003 Harleston Parker Medal, eight awards from the New England chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the First Award in Architecture given by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Three monographs have been produced on the office, Rodolfo Machado and Jorge Silvetti: Buildings for Cities …
  • Contributors Biographies

  • Rodolfo Machado was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is a graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires School of Architecture. He studied urban design at the Centre de Recherche d’Urbanisme, in Paris, France and continued studies at the University of California, Berkeley, receiving his Master of Architecture degree and pursuing post- graduate work in the area of architectural theory and criticism. After working for several notable Bay Area firms, Mr. Machado formed an architectural practice with Jorge Silvetti in 1974.
    Machado and Silvetti Associates has received three National Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects: a 1993 award in architecture for the Princ- eton University Parking Structure, a 1998 urban design award for Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park, and a 2003 award in architecture for the Honan-Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library. The firm has also received nine Progressive Architecture awards, eleven Boston Society of Architects Awards, including the 2003 Harleston Parker Medal, eight awards from the New England chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the First Award in Architecture given by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Three monographs have been produced on the office, Rodolfo Machado and Jorge Silvetti: Buildings for Cities (1989), Casas 40: Rodolfo Machado & Jorge Silvetti (1995), and Unprecedented Realism: The Architecture of Machado and Silvetti (1995).

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Rodolfo Machado was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is a graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires School of Architecture. He studied urban design at the Centre de Recherche d’Urbanisme, in Paris, France and continued studies at the University of California, Berkeley, receiving his Master of Architecture degree and pursuing post- graduate work in the area of architectural theory and criticism. After working for several notable Bay Area firms, Mr. Machado formed an architectural practice with Jorge Silvetti in 1974. Machado and Silvetti Associates has received three National Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects: a 1993 award in architecture for the Princ- eton University Parking Structure, a 1998 urban design award for Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park, and a 2003 award in architecture for the Honan-Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library. The firm has also received nine Progressive Architecture awards, eleven Boston Society of Architects Awards, including the 2003 Harleston Parker Medal, eight awards from the New England chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the First Award in Architecture given by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Three monographs have been produced on the office, Rodolfo Machado and Jorge Silvetti: Buildings for Cities …

  • Foreword by Rodolfo Machado
  • Introduction by Eduardo Leston
  • Photography by Facundo de Zuviría
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda

Contributors Biographies

Rodolfo Machado was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is a graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires School of Architecture. He studied urban design at the Centre de Recherche d’Urbanisme, in Paris, France and continued studies at the University of California, Berkeley, receiving his Master of Architecture degree and pursuing post- graduate work in the area of architectural theory and criticism. After working for several notable Bay Area firms, Mr. Machado formed an architectural practice with Jorge Silvetti in 1974.
Machado and Silvetti Associates has received three National Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects: a 1993 award in architecture for the Princ- eton University Parking Structure, a 1998 urban design award for Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park, and a 2003 award in architecture for the Honan-Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library. The firm has also received nine Progressive Architecture awards, eleven Boston Society of Architects Awards, including the 2003 Harleston Parker Medal, eight awards from the New England chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the First Award in Architecture given by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Three monographs have been produced on the office, Rodolfo Machado and Jorge Silvetti: Buildings for Cities (1989), Casas 40: Rodolfo Machado & Jorge Silvetti (1995), and Unprecedented Realism: The Architecture of Machado and Silvetti (1995).

  • Size:10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format:Portrait
  • Pages:176
  • Binding:Hardcover