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Abraham Zabludovsky & Teodoro González de León (November 5, 1980) Part 1 of 259:21

Teodoro González de León shows their collaborative projects, Abraham Zabludovsky noting the photographs were by Julius Shulman. The architects discuss in detail a large housing complex, a pair of high-rise condominium buildings. the City Hall they designed for Mexico City. Zabludovsky and de León discuss their design of the Mexican Embassy in Brasilia and talks about a high rise condominium project which included a sculpture by artist Mathias Goeritz. The architects show their latest project, the Rufino Tamayo Museum in Mexico City. During the Q&A, Zabludovsky talks about their use of marble and concrete, and their preference for the natural colors of materials. Julius Shulman speaks up in the Q&A, commenting on the colors of buildings he photographed in Mexico.

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