Synonyms for aravena or Related words with aravena


Examples of "aravena"
"Nomadaz", Group show, Mediterranean Art Connection, Pablo Aravena, Spain
Jorge Aravena Llanca (born 11 May 1936) is a Chilean photographer, writer, researcher and singer-songwriter from Pichilemu. Aravena Llanca currently resides in Berlin, Germany, and is a professor at the Free University of Berlin.
The Siamese Twins Towers" at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in Santiago, Chile are by the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena (born 1967), completed in 2013. Aravena was the winner of the 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
Aravena graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in 1992 and established Alejandro Aravena Architects in 1994. Aravena was a visiting professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design from 2000–05 and is the Elemental-Copec Professor at Universidad Católica de Chile. Aravena co-authored "Los Hechos de la Arquitectura" (ARQ, 1999), "El Lugar de la Arquitectura" (ARQ, 2002) and the monograph "Elemental: Incremental Housing and Participatory Design Manual" (Hatje-Cantz, 201). He was a member of the Pritzker Prize Jury from 2009 to 2015, and is an International Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
In 2014 Aravena formed a blues duo, She Leaves the Mountain, with vocalist Dimity Magnus.
The 15th International Architecture Exhibition is directed by Alejandro Aravena 28 May - 27 November.
Orlando Enrique Aravena Vergara (born 21 October 1942) is a Chilean former footballer and manager.
In addition, Aravena has managed several clubs in Chile and Latin America.
"NEXTS", Participation in documentary about Urban Art, Director Pablo Aravena, Madrid, ES.
Jorge Aravena Llanca was named "Illustrious Son of Pichilemu" by the Municipality of Pichilemu.
Aravena also represented the Chile national football team. He earned 36 caps in the 1980s, scoring 22 goals.
Ana Layevska, Gabriel Soto and Jorge Aravena star as the protagonists, while Carmen Becerra star as the antagonist. With stellar performance of María Rubio.
Manuel Aravena (born 29 June 1954) is a Chilean former cyclist. He competed in the individual road race event at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Aravena is a collaborator of "El Marino", and writes a section named "Memorias de un Hijo Ilustre" (Memoirs of an Illustrious Son).
In 2008, he joined Querida Enemiga which he protagonized with Ana Layevska Jorge Aravena and María Rubio and was produced by Lucero Suárez.
Boris Mauricio Aravena Chamorro (born 31 July 1982) is a Chilean footballer that currently plays for Deportes Concepción of the Chilean Primera División B.
Sebastián Eduardo Páez Aravena (born 13 August 1986) is a Chilean footballer that currently plays for Primera B club Deportes Temuco as midfielder.
Mario Antonio Aravena Bonilla (born 31 January 1985) is a Chilean footballer who currently plays for the Chilean Primera División side Universidad de Concepción as an Attacking midfielder.
Throughout his career Jorge Aravena scored 285 goals, making him the fifth top scorer in the history of Chilean football and the highest scorer among midfielders.
Víctor Aravena Pincheira (5 February 1990 in Coronel, Chile) is a Chilean athlete competing mostly in the long-distance running events.