Mario Schjetnan by James Grayson TruloveThis text presents a detailed look at ten works by Mario Schjetnan, an innotive landscape garden designer. Mario Schjetnan is based in Mexico City and his work consists of both residential design as well as urban parks throughout Mexico.
Publication Date: 2002
Mario Schjetnan by John BeardsleyThis book presents the work of the noted Mexican landscape architect, Mario Schjetnan. Eighteen works are shown along with photographs, plans, drawings and sketches as well as descriptive text. The noted landscape commentator John Beardsley is the editor of the book and the author of an indepth introduction to Schjetnan's work and design philosophy. The work is centered in and around Mexico City as well as in California.
Publication Date: 2007
Mexican Architects by Books LlcPlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Juan O'Gorman, Fernando Romero, Agustin Landa Verdugo, Luis Barragan, Enrique Norten, Eduardo Pareyon Moreno, Mario Schjetnan, Aurelio Nuno Morales, Manuel Tolsa, Sara Topelson de Grinberg, Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon, Ricardo Legorreta, Dionicio Rodriguez, Francisco Eduardo Tresguerras, Carlos Mijares Bracho, Juan Jose Diaz Infante Nunez, Alberto Kalach, Max Cetto, Pedro Castellanos, Abraham Zabludovsky, Mauricio Rodriguez Anza, Enrique de la Mora, Enrique Carral Icaza, J. Francisco Serrano Cacho, Antonio Rivas Mercado, Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, Rafael Mijares Alcerreca, Clara de Buen Richkarday, Hector Velazquez Moreno, Augusto H. Alvarez, Isaac Broid Zajman, Alberto Arai, Mario Pani, Andres Casillas de Alba, Juan Sordo Madaleno, Miguel Angel de Quevedo, Alejandro Zohn, Antonio Attolini Lack, Agustin Hernandez Navarro, Mauricio Rocha, Gerardo Broissin, Rodolfo Barragan Schwarz, Javier Senosiain, Bernardo Calderon Cabrera, Jose Luis Calderon Cabrera, Guillermo Garcia Oropeza, Francisco J. Serrano, Ramon Torres Martinez, Alejandro Luna, Pedro Cerisola, Michel Rojkind, Xavier Cortes Rocha, Jose Villagran Garcia, Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta, Juan Miguel de Aguero, Jose Damian Ortiz de Castro, Domingo Garcia Ramos. Excerpt: Fernando Romero (1971), currently the most exposed and successful young Latin American architect, has produced five books that have had worldwide distribution and has received more than 21 international awards. Graduated in 1995 from Universidad Iberoamericana. He was president of the student society in 1994. Worked with Rem Koolhaas at OMA in Rotterdam, The Netherlands from 1997-2000. In 1999, as head project leader, he designed the winning proposal for the concert Casa da Musica competition in Porto, Portugal (considered one of the icons in contemporary architecture). In 1999 started his professional pract...