ARCH. FRANCISCO SERRANO

Born in Mexico City in 1937, architect by Iberoamericana University, Mexico City, Mexico (1955-1960)

1960  Begins work in his private office with his father

2002  Founds Serrano Arquitectos y Asociados S. C.

PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

1964  Sociedad de Arquitectos de Mexico A.C.

Colegio de Arquitectos de Mexico A.C.

1965  Sociedad de Arquitectos de la Universidad Iberoamericana

1978  Academia Nacional de Arquitectura de la Sociedad de Arquitectos Mexicanos

1979  Maestro Emerito de la Asociación de Instituciones de Enseñanza de la Arquitectura de la Republica Mexicana

2002  Academico de Numero de la Academia de Artes

2002  Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects

DISTINCTIONS:

2003  Premio Nacional de Ciencias y Artes, Mexico City, Mexico

2004  Luis Barragan Award, Colegio de Arquitectos  de la Ciudad de Mexico, A.C., Mexico City, Mexico

2008  Lifetime Achievement Award, Vida y Obra, XVII CEMEX, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

2008  Gallo Prize, Iberoamericana University, Departament of Architecture, Mexico City, Mexico

2012  National  Architecture  Award, Asociacion de Ingenieros y Arquitectos de Mexico, A.C. Mexico City, Mexico

PRINCIPAL WORKS:

1983-2012  Iberoamericana University,  Mexico City, Mexico

1999-2001  Corporate Office Building, Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico

2002-2007  Master  Plan Cumbres de Santa Fe, Mexico City, Mexico

2005-2007  Terminal 2, Mexico International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico

With Susana Garcia Fuertes  et al.

 

1987-1992  Palacio de Justicia Federal, Mexico City, Mexico

1991-1997  Hewlett-Packard Corporate Center Mexico City, Mexico

1991-2008  Arcos Bosques Corporate Center Mexico City, Mexico

Mexican Embassys

1973-1975  Brasil

1997-2000  Germany

1994-2004  Guatemala

With Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon et al.

Iberoamericana University

Arcos Bosques Corporate Center

Arcos Bosques Corporate Center

Mexican Embassy in Germany

Mexican Embassy in Germany

Corporate Office Building

Cumbers de Santa Fe

Terminal II

Terminal II

Zamora Art Center

Zamora Art Center

Hotel Hacienda Cantalagua

Fox Center

Fox Center

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