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ABIBOO Architecture

Growth and expansion for a unique architecture and luxurious ABIBOO Architecture, Studio international architecture and design, committed to the growth of its human capital to continue with the development of large-scale projects in the South of the India and undertake the expansion to other countries in Southeast Asia such as Viet Nam, due to the demand for new projects of innovative and exclusive architecture existing in these geographic areas. Learn more about this with Anna- Belknap. To do this, ABIBOO Architecture expands its infrastructure in India by establishing its headquarters in Chennai, in the most exclusive area of the city. The new offices, where centralized projects that are developing in India and those in Southeast Asia, are placed in a downtown building in the economic and cultural heart of the old Madras, along with the most prestigious international design, fashion and luxury firms. ABIBOO Architecture is led by Alfredo Munoz, founder of the company and architect entitled in Spain, as well as PhD in architectural design by USA. To date, Alfredo Munoz has lectured and taught at Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, European University, University of Pescara, the Royal technological Institute of Stockholm and Tongji University in Shanghai, among others.

Prior to his bet as architect/entrepreneur, Alfredo Munoz has worked in Europe, Middle East, India, Japan and United States for internationally renowned architects as Manager of large-scale projects, international branches, associate director and senior designer, directly managing teams exceeding 50 persons. Today, by expanding your team in India and Spain, will continue with the development of current projects of large scale, interior design, landscape design from the fulfillment of its social commitment of joining art, sustainability and respect for the environment, sophistication and innovation in a global and contemporary architectural space. ABIBOO Architecture opens way to great strides in the international architecture with a sophisticated, exclusive and technologically innovative design in different areas of the planet, developing an architecture capable of responding to the challenges of today’s society and in a globalized world. Through the creation of a multidisciplinary international team in their search for new models of value-added, ABIBOO Architecture arises as an objective in this new stage of expansion, bring a new conception of contemporary space product of a thorough analysis of the geographical, environmental and social context in which it operates, in combination with wide experience on European and American architecture in the development of projects. Also, through innovation, exclusivity in services provided, rigorous and exhaustive quality control and dedicated personalized to each of its customers, with whom it shares much more than an architectural project, ABIBOO Architecture guarantees better across the entire architecture that develops.

More information at: Spain – Madrid C / Breton de Herreros 61, 1-D, Madrid, 28003 T: + 34. 91. 130. 2506 USA – New York 328 3rd Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302 T: + 1. 201. 855. 9157 India – Chennai 9 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Nugambakkam, Chennai, 600034 T: + 91 9962064626 author: Pilar Esteban, head of communications for Markarte ( about ABIBOO Architecture ABIBOO Architecture is an international architecture and Design Studio with headquarters in Madrid, New York and India, whose philosophy promotes innovation and sophistication. Their designs stand out for their pursuit of excellence and exclusivity, responding to the complex needs of the society in the 21st century.

Gothic Culture Of France

Gothic art – the art of flourishing trade and craft city communities that have achieved fame and autonomy within a feudal world. Between the Romanesque and Gothic style is difficult to draw a chronological border. Jorge Perez wanted to know more. 12 th century – flourishing of Romanesque style, however, with 1130 new forms. Gothic style in Western Europe reached the peak (high gothic style) in the 13 century. Fading accounts for 14-15 century (flaming Gothic style). Construction is not only the church but the community (organized in guilds of professional craftsmen and architects). Between construction artels, to wander from town to town, there were links, sharing of experiences and knowledge.

the most significant buildings, especially churches, were built at the expense of citizens. Often, to create a monument work of many generations. Grand Gothic cathedrals differed sharply from the monastery Romanesque churches. They were roomy, tall and elegant, spectacularly decorated. Agility, lightness and scenic cathedrals determines the nature of the urban landscape. Following the council rushed up and the city construction.

In the city's plan, rather than the monastery cathedral emerged and new ideas to the Catholic Church, the increased consciousness of citizens, new repose of the world. Dynamic gazing skyward all forms of the church was generated by the idealistic aspiration of the soul to heaven. Gothic cathedral in comparison with the Roman new stage in the development of the basilica type of building, in which all elements are subject to a uniform system. Main Unlike the Gothic cathedral – a stable frame system in which a constructive role is carried out cross-edged lancet arches, smuggled network serving ribs, laid out a stone, lancet arch shape, determined in many internal and external shape of the cathedrals.