“Architect Augusto Quijano learned architecture far from home. He trained with the masters of modern Mexican architecture in Mexico City. He travelled the world with his sketchbook and participated in international events and competitions. It is often the case that those who learn and train far from home often forget where they came from and who they were, and on their return they are not sure where they are going and have difficulty seeing clearly what they are. The architectural work that is exhibited with drawings, plans and photographs in this publication is a demonstration that no matter how far you have gone, you can find your way back. -Jorge Iglesis
This book brings together some of the most important works of the Yucatecan architect Augusto Quijano, created between 1980 and 2020. With texts by Jorge Iglesis, Isaac Broid, Ricardo Agraz, Javier Muñoz Menéndez and Jorge Carlos Zoreda Novelo, this publication brings together more than 30 projects by who has received major national and international awards and honourable mentions.
- Languages English Spanish
- Format29 x 26.5 cm