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PCPA traveling retrospective exhibition will open in Córdoba, Argentina

PCPA traveling retrospective exhibition will open in Córdoba, Argentina

PCPA traveling retrospective exhibition will open in Córdoba, Argentina

New Haven, Conn. (March 1, 2015) — The retrospective exhibition, “Arquitecto Global,” presenting the work of Cesar Pelli and Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, will open at Capilla del Paseo del Buen Pastor in Córdoba on March 26, 2015 and will run through  April 26, 2015. It was successfully received in Buenos Aires, where, last November, Cesar was honored by the Buenos Aires Cultural Minister as a Prominent Cultural Figure.

The exhibition chronicles Cesar’s prodigious career, beginning with his early work in California with Saarinen, DMJM and Gruen Associates. He moved to New Haven in 1977 to become the Dean of Yale School of Architecture. Establishing the firm the same year, he and his collaborators have designed many of the world’s major buildings over the past 38 years, including Petronas Towers, One Canada Square, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, and Torre Iberdrola. Over the years, PCPA has designed several buildings in Argentina, all of which are exhibited in the retrospective.

With photographs, drawings, models and video, “Arquitecto Global” illustrates the international breadth of Pelli Clarke Pelli’s design work. A large-scale mural of the design studio captures the firm’s unique culture and design process.  

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