One of Latin America's foremost designers, Miguel Angel Roca is not only an architect, but also a painter, a writer and a professor. An Argentinian by birth, Roca studied at Cordoba University and with Louis Kahn. Although his methodology and design techniques differ from those of his master, Roca, like Kahn, embraced Modernism without subsequently rejecting it. A multitude of projects has come from his studio - residential blocks, community centres, low-rise housing developments, office blocks, shopping arcades, banks and churches - ranging from the urban sprawl of Buenos Aires to towns in outlying provinces. This monograph contains contributions by leading contemporaries of Roca and follows Roca's most recent and new projects in various Latin Americna countries.
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Book Description Academy Editions Ltd, London, 1995. Folio with Wraps. Book Condition: New. NEW BOOK, softcover with wraps; Mint cond. Bookseller Inventory # 102817
Book Description John Wiley & Sons, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1854902768