Abraham Zabludovsky Architect
Vintage hardback coffee table book featuring the architectural work of Abraham Zubludovsky. By Princeton Architectural Press, Inc., published in 1996. First edition, 300 pages.
"Abraham Zabludovsky received his degree in Architecture from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. He established his own architectural practice in Mexico City in 1950. His work is a response to the characteristics of site, inscribing its own language - characterized by the revalorization of the wall, the search for permanent textures, and the use of chiseled concrete with exposed marble chips - on a spatial concept that takes up the tradition of Mexican architecture of patios and porticoes to interrelate the interior space and the urban environment."