Rafael Viñoly has a special relationship with Uruguay. He is not sentimental, because he does not seem to be a man to tie himself to emotions. Instead, it goes through a recognition of the comparative advantages of a country that, for him, has a lot of potential. After an intense 2018, with the controversy over the remodeling projects of the Hotel San Rafael, the architect returns to the local news with a new office building in the best Manhattan style, on the Rambla of the Palermo neighborhood...Read More
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Rafael Viñoly Tarde o Temprano Interview
We interviewed the famous Uruguayan architect about his new project in the Palermo Montevideo neighborhood...Read More
Rafael Viñoly El País Interview
His designs are present in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. In Uruguay he designed the new Carrasco International Airport...Read More
Rafael Viñoly Telemundo Interview
It is in the Rambla de Palermo and meets the highest standards of sustainability and we also talk with him about the controversy unleashed by his project for the Cipriani group in San Rafael...Read More
Román Viñoly El País Interview
It was always very difficult to know what to do about his life. Then he did everything. Román Viñoly, the son of Uruguay's most famous architect, has been a researcher, writer, visualization artist, photographer, filmmaker, communications director, strategic planner and financial manager. Today he is the promoter of an office tower on the Montevidean boulevard that will transform a neighborhood...Read More
"New office building seeks to capture international firms"
At the end of July, Montevideo will release a corporate building that seeks to be unique in its class. This is Plaza Alemania, a real estate project located on the Rambla de Palermo Sur that was designed by the renowned architect Rafael Viñoly...Read More
"The New York-style Viñoly office building on the Rambla de Montevideo"
Strategically located between the financial center of the Old City, the World Trade Center and the port, the building built on the Rambla Sur with 17 floors of offices, two underground parking spaces and a panoramic terrace on the top floor, is a clear commitment to international future of the country...Read More