Clara de Buen Richkarday

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Clara de Buen Richkarday
Born 1954
Mexico City
Nationality Mexican
Alma mater Universidad Iberoamericana
Occupation Architect

Clara de Buen Richkarday (b. Mexico City, 1954) is a Mexican architect.

Biografie[edit]

De Buen studied at the faculty of architecture and urban planning of the Universidad Iberoamericana.[1] Since 1984 she has worked together with Aurelio Nuño Morales, Carlos Mac Gregor Anciola and Francis Sáenzin their architecture bureau Despacho Nuño, Mac Gregor y de Buen Arquitectos S. C..[2] She won the gold medal of the International Academy of Architecture (IAA) at the VI INTERARCH biennale '91 and a special award of the city of Frankfurt am Main for her design concepts of several Metro stations in Mexico City.

Works[edit]

  • Museum of the Poliforum Culture Center, Guanajuato, León, 2004–2009
  • Seniors' home house of the Asociación de Ayuda Social de la Comunidad Alemana (Spanish: association of social help of the German community), together with Mac Gregor and Nuño, 1998–2002
  • Colegio Alemán Alexander Von Humboldt-Plantel Norte, Lomas Verdes, 1988–1990, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño
  • IBM building, Santa Fe, 1995–1997, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño
  • Metro line B stations, 1994–1997, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño
  • Metro line A stations, 1986–1991, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño
  • Library of the faculty of medicine of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño, 2005–2006
  • Museo Maya, Chetumal, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño
  • City theater, Chetumal, together with Mac Gregor and Nuño

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