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Museo Memoria y Tolerancia : Arditti + RDT Arquitectos

Author: Philippe Ollé-Laprune; Barry Bergdoll; Arditti+RDT/Architects.
Publisher: México, D.F. : Arquine, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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The new Museo Memoria y Tolerancia -- Museum of Memory and Tolerance -- is sited in the heart of Mexico City, on a continuous colonnade of the Plaza Juarez complex. As this beautiful, oversized book shows, architects Arturo and Jorge Arditti succeeded in their quest to create a powerful museum to educate future generations about the horrors of genocide. The stunning reinforced concrete building unfolds around the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philippe Ollé-Laprune; Barry Bergdoll; Arditti+RDT/Architects.
ISBN: 9786077784142 6077784141
OCLC Number: 774043199
Language Note: In English and Spanish.
Description: 139 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 29 cm
Contents: Javier Sordo Madaleno: La arquitectura como una estrategia = Javier Sordo Madaleno: The architecture as an strategy / Miquel Adrià --
La arquitectura de Javier Sordo Madaleno = The architecture of Javier Sordo Madaleno / David Leatherbarrow --
Obras = Works --
Corporativo Office Depot = Office Depot Corporative Offices --
Casa Bosques de las Lomas = House in Bosques de las Lomas --
Casa Lomas = House in Lomas --
Hospital Ángeles Puebla = Angeles Puebla Hospital --
Iglesia y Centro Comunitario Santa Fe --
Santa Fe Church and Community Center --
Residencial Marena = Marena Residential Complex --
Residencial Cumbres = Cumbres Residential Complex --
Casa Vistahermosa = House in Vistahermosa --
Residencial Arbolada Lomas = Arbolada Lomas Residential Complex --
Centro Comercial Paseo de San Pedro = Paseo de San Pedro Shopping Center --
Centro Comercial Antara = Antara Shopping Center --
Conjunto de Usos Mixtos Andares = Andares Multi-Purpose Complex --
Centros de Rehabilitación Teletón (CRITS) = Teleton Children's Rehabilitation Centers (CRITS) --
Anexos = Annexes --
Ubicación de proyectos = Location of Projects --
Créditos de la obra = Credits of work --
Obra en proceso = Works in progress --
Obra Reunida = Collected Works --
Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas.
Responsibility: texts, Philippe Ollé-Laprune, Barry Bergdoll = textos, Philippe Ollé-Laprune, Barry Bergdoll.

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The new Museo Memoria y Tolerancia -- Museum of Memory and Tolerance -- is sited in the heart of Mexico City, on a continuous colonnade of the Plaza Juarez complex. As this beautiful, oversized book shows, architects Arturo and Jorge Arditti succeeded in their quest to create a powerful museum to educate future generations about the horrors of genocide. The stunning reinforced concrete building unfolds around the ''floating'' Children's Memorial; the volume that contains Memory and Tolerance is displayed like two open arms embracing the Children's Memorial. This Memorial has two interrelated intentions: remembering approximately two million children who have been exterminated in genocides, and educating our children to foster future coexistence among all people. A fitting book for a structure destined to become an international icon.

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