“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” — Theodore Hook
Axel Zemborain is drawn to architecture’s capacity to imagine the future and bring it into being in ways that positively affect the lives of people. His work includes Torre Macro, Torre YPF, Tucumán International Airport and Lola Mora Museum in Argentina, Torre Iberdrola and Torre de Cristal in Spain, Tokyo American Club in Japan, Trinity Commons in New York, and the iconic Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. He holds a Diploma of Architecture from Universidad de Buenos Aires, and a Master of Architecture II from Cornell University.
Favorite Building: Galileo Galilei Planetarium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, by Enrique Jan. As a child, this building caught my imagination and showed me the power of architecture to convey meaning and purpose.