Unveiled> Fernando Romero plays the stacking game with the Latin American Art Museum in Miami

Architecture, Art, East, News, Unveiled
Thursday, December 4, 2014
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The Latin American Art Museum. (Courtesy FR-EE)

The Latin American Art Museum. (Courtesy FR-EE)

With Art Basel underway, not-quite-yet-starchitect Fernando Romero has unveiled new plans for what could become Miami‘s next architectural icon: the Latin American Art Museum (LAAM). That’s right, this 90,000 square foot, cantilevering structure could overshadow the nearby works of his higher-profile peers like Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, and Lord Norman Foster. And Jeanne Gang and Herzog & de Meuron. And also Bjarke Ingels and Enrique Norten, because Romero’s—sorry, and Richard Meier and Rem Koolhaas. Okay, that has to be everyone. All starchitects have been accounted for. Where were we? Right, the Latin American Art Museum.

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On View> “Colombia: Transformed / Architecture = Politics” at the Center for Architecture

East
Monday, July 29, 2013
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Sports Complex for the 2010 South American Games, Plan:b arquitectos + Giancarlo Mazzanti. (Sergio Gomez)

Sports Complex for the 2010 South American Games, Plan:b arquitectos + Giancarlo Mazzanti. (Sergio Gomez)

Colombia: Transformed/Architecture=Politics
Center for Architecture
536 Laguardia Place
New York, NY
Through October 26

Colombia: Transformed/Architecture=Politics, on view at the Center for Architecture through October 26, examines 11 recently built, socially-mindful developments designed by six leaders in contemporary Colombian architecture: Daniel Bonilla and Giancarlo Mazzanti from Bogotá, and Felipe Mesa, Juan Manuel Pelaez, Felipe Uribe and Orlando Garcia from Medellín. The projects in the show embody the change occurring in Latin America today and reveal themes of social inclusion in addition to inventive architectural forms and spaces.

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