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Anales del Instituto de Arte Americano e Investigaciones Estéticas. Mario J. Buschiazzo

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ADAGIO, Noemí  and  BLANC, Maria Claudina. Architect's training: A constant concern of Enrico Tedeschi. An. Inst. Arte Am. Investig. Estét. Mario J. Buschiazzo [online]. 2020, vol.50, n.1, pp.67-80. ISSN 2362-2024.

Enrico Tedeschi was hired as an extraordinary teacher in 1948 to integrate the Institute of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Tucumán. Among all the activities and tasks he took on, teaching was an uninterrupted one: first in Tucumán, then in San Juan and Córdoba and later also in Mendoza. From that exercise, always reflexive, his ideas leaked into theoretical and cultural debates, institutional discussions and also in other disciplinary fields. Architectural teaching and architectural education challenges were the central concerns that he came back to, again and again, and draw a plot that gave sense to his career and to his theoretical and critical work. This article highlights the interests that define him since his education and that he continued rethinking with great cultural relevance during thirty years

Keywords : Enrico Tedeschi; architectural teaching; biography; Italy; Argentina; second half of the 20th Century.

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