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Fernando Romero (October 6, 2004)50:05

Fernando Romero discusses his work in Mexico, the U.S., China and Japan, including an enclosed bridge between El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico, a bridge with a tea house in Jinhua, China, the Immigration Museum in San Diego, the Holocaust Museum in El Paso, a recent private residence in Mexico, and a 34 story housing tower in Santa Fe, Mexico. He argues that “parallel lines and parallel columns makes a glass house typical of the Latin American modernity.”For him, “Architecture is a translation process.”

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