Teodoro González de León

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Teodoro González de León (b. Mexico City, 1926) is a Mexican architect. He is considered one of the best Mexican architects. His works have the influence of Le Corbusier.

His architecture is monumental, in the positive sense of the word and the intelligent use he makes of materials, of light and different textures confer on his realisations a particular presence, imposing in the urban as well as in the natural context.[1]


See also


  1. Teodoro Gonzalez De Leon 2008 UIA Gold medalist