Viktor Sulčič, also known as Víctor (or Victorio) Sulcic, was a Slovenian born Art Deco architect in Argentina. He was born in 1895 in Križ (in Italian Santa Croce) near Trieste, and died in 1973 in Buenos Aires.
After completing his studies of architecture in Florence and Bologna, Sulčič emigrated to Argentina in 1924. He joined two other architects there: José Luis Delpini and Raúl Bes. The two most famous buildings, projected by the team, are located in Buenos Aires: fruit and vegetable market (in 1999 converted into a shopping mall) Abasto, completed in 1934, and Boca Juniors stadium La Bombonera, completed in 1940.
Other works by Viktor Sulcic include a collection of water colours depicting South American landscapes and poems written in Spanish.
- An article about Abasto market from La Nación
- A description of Balvanera district, including a paragraph about Abasto
- A description about La Boca district, including a few words about La Bombonera stadium
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