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The publishing industries’ production of ubiquitous volumes on “StArchitects” does little to inform society the benefits good architecture can have on our everyday lives. The small, regional architectural firms working throughout the United States and abro
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Louise Noelle studied Art History at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, and at the Universidad Nacional Autònoma de México. She was editor of Arquitectura/México and coordinator of the design group Praxis Mexico City. She joined the staff of the Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and since 1982 has been a researcher at the Institute. She is involved in many aspects of architectural criticism, being a co-founder and director not only of the Comité International des Critiques d´ Architecture (CICA) but also of the Mexican Association of Architectural Critics. She is a member of the Academia de Artes, Mexico, and of the Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes, Argentina. She is contributor to numerous architectural journals in México, North and South America, Europe and Japan. She was awarded the Jean Tschumi Prize by the UIA in 2011.
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