Abraham Zabludovsky (architect)

Abraham Zabludovsky ( born June 14, 1924 in Białystok, † 9 April 2003 in Mexico City) was a Mexican architect of Polish origin.


Zabludovsky went to Mexico in 1941, studied from 1945 to 1949 at the Escuela Nacional de Arquitectura of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México ( UNAM) in Mexico City architecture. He then worked in 1950 in the training workshop with Mario Pani and from the early 1950s on their own.

At home and abroad, he has completed more than 200 construction projects, predominantly residential buildings and complexes, banks and cultural centers, including many along with Teodoro González de León, such as El Colegio de México ( COLMEX ) building, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Internacional Rufino Tamayo, the headquarters of the Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para los Trabajadores ( INFONAVIT ), the Universidad Nacional Pedagógica as well as the redesign and expansion of the National auditorium ( Auditorio Nacional ) and others.

As a professor of the International Academy of Architecture (IAA ), he taught in the Bulgarian city of Sofia.

He was a member of many established associations of architects in Mexico, Europe and the United States, including a member of the American Institute of Architects as well as a member of the Sistema Nacional de Arte de Creadores ( SNCA ).

His son Moisés Zabludovsky is a well known artist today.

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