Art of Seeing with Innocence: The Architecture of Luis Barragán




Figueroa Castrejón, Aníbal

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Architectural projects and/or sites mentioned: Efraín González Luna Villa (Luis Barragán, 1929) (Guadalajara, Mexico) ; Gustavo R. Cristo House (Luis Barragán, 1930-1931) (Chapala, Mexico) ; El Pedregal de San Angel (Luis Barragán, 1945-1952) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Luis Barragán House and Studio (Luis Barragán, 1947-1948) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Eduardo Prieto López House (Luis Barragán, 1950) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Plaza del Zocalo Project: fountain and mall (Luis Barragán, 1953) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Capuchinas Sacramentarias del Purísimo Corazón de María Chapel (Luis Barragán, 1954-1961) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Jardines del Bosque Project (Luis Barragán, 1955-1961) (Guadalajara, Mexico) ; Torres de Ciudad Satélite (Luis Barragán, 1957) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Las Arboledas (Luis Barragán, 1958-1961) (Ciudad López Mateos, Mexico) ; Los Clubes (Luis Barragán, 1963-1964) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Folke Egerstrom House (Luis Barragán, 1967) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Camino Real Hotel (Ricardo Legorreta Vilchis, 1968) (Mexico City, Mexico) ; Francisco Gilardi House (Luis Barragán, 1975-1977) (Mexico City, Mexico)

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University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture archives, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin