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  • Author:
    Miquel Adrià,Felipe Garrido,Marco Bassols
  • ISBN:
    9685208778
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    Editorial RM; Bilingual edition (March 1, 2007)
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    160 pages
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Marcos de acero en la biblioteca José Vasconcelos en la Ciudad de México. Steel frames at Jose Vasconcelos library in Mexico City. Biblioteca José Vasconcelos, Vasconcelos Library. Marcos de acero en la biblioteca José Vasconcelos en la Ciudad de México.

Biblioteca Vasconcelos Library. Text by Miquel Adrià, Felipe Garrido, Marco Bassols, Pablo Frost. An historical text placing the Biblioteca in the context of Mexico's most significant libraries over the years analyzes those precedents not only as containers of books, but as cultural concepts, because the Biblioteca's power lies not only in its quality of design and its contribution to the urban landscape, but also in the cultural policy it represents and fosters.

Mexico City's Biblioteca Vasconcelos (Vasconcelos Library), also known as Biblioteca Vasconcelos or else la Biblioteca Vasconcelos or la Vasconcelos and labeled by the press as the Megabiblioteca ("megalibrary"), is a library in the d. .

Mexico City's Biblioteca Vasconcelos (Vasconcelos Library), also known as Biblioteca Vasconcelos or else la Biblioteca Vasconcelos or la Vasconcelos and labeled by the press as the Megabiblioteca ("megalibrary"), is a library in the downtown area of Mexico City (Buenavista neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc borough). It was dedicated to José Vasconcelos, the philosopher and former presidential candidate and former president of the National Library of Mexico.

Category:Biblioteca Vasconcelos. Vasconcelos Library, Mexico City, Mexico. José Vasconcelos Library. Instance of. library. Biblioteca Vasconcelos (es); Vasconcelos Könyvtár (hu); Biblioteca Vasconcelos (ca); Biblioteca Vasconcelos (de); Biblioteca Vasconcelos (pt); Библиотека „Васконселос (bg); Vasconcelos Kütüphanesi (tr); Biblioteca Vasconcelos (pt-br); หอสมุดบัสกอนเซโลส (th); Biblioteca Vasconcelos (pl).

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The most important public works project of the decade in Mexico, the Biblioteca Vasconcelos, came out of the country's first international architecture competition in more than a century--the first since the never-finished Legislative Palace project in 1896. This introduction to the recently completed site offers a tour in color and black-and-white images, details of the Gabriel Orozco work built into the site, and architect Alberto Kalach's design in sketches, renderings and plans. An historical text placing the Biblioteca in the context of Mexico's most significant libraries over the years analyzes those precedents not only as containers of books, but as cultural concepts, because the Biblioteca's power lies not only in its quality of design and its contribution to the urban landscape, but also in the cultural policy it represents and fosters. Alberto Kalach has often been referred to as the leading Mexican architect of his generation.