Barrigan, Louis

Barrigan, Louis

(1902–1988)
Self-taught Mexican architect and landscape architect, educated originally as an engineer. Won the Pritzker Prize in 1980. He had been a pioneer in the use of color in modern architecture and used raw materials such as stone and wood.
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