J. Francisco Serrano Cacho

Juan Francisco Serrano Cacho ( born 1937 in Mexico City) is a Mexican architect.


Serrano is the son of the architect Francisco J. Serrano (1900-1982) and studied until 1960 at the Universidad Iberoamericana. He then worked for several years in the architectural firm of his father and together with José Nava. Between 1960 and 1971 he lectured also at the Universidad Iberoamericana, at the UNAM and the Universidad La Salle in Mexico City. Some of his buildings he designed together with Teodoro González de León; Centro Corporativo Bosques in cooperation with Carlos Tejeda and numerous buildings in Mexico he also planned together with Susana García Fuertes. After the earthquake, collapse, he planned construction of the new campus of the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City along with Carlos Mijares Bracho.

Serrano since 1998 " numbered Member" ( Miembro de Número ) Academia de Artes. In 2003 he was awarded the National Prize for Arts and Sciences.

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