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Examples of "brillembourg"
Carlos Brillembourg is an architect based in New York City. He is the owner of Carlos Brillembourg Architects, a firm that he founded in 1984.
Alfredo Brillembourg, relative of the late David Brillembourg who was a main investor of the tower, founded Urban Think Tank, which call on international attention for developing "informal settlements". The group made a documentary on how to make potential improvements with the complex which won a Golden Lion at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale of the Venice Biennale.
After graduating, Brillembourg worked at W.J. Alcock, an architecture firm in Caracas and later at Mitchell/Giurgola in New York. In 1980, he founded his own practice, Brillembourg Arquitectos y Urbanistas in Caracas. Later, he established an office in New York and maintained two offices until 1998.
Brillembourg was born in Caracas, and his family moved to Long Island when he was 8. He received his Masters in architecture from Columbia University in 1975.
Brillembourg is married to Karin Waisman, an artist. Their house in Southampton, which they designed, has been featured in multiple publications.
Brillembourg was an author and the editor of "Latin American Architecture 1929–1960: Contemporary Reflections", which was published in 2004. He has been the contributing editor for architecture for "Bomb" magazine since 1992.
Brillembourg was an author and the editor of "Latin American Architecture 1929–1960: Contemporary Reflections", which was published in 2004. He has been the contributing editor for Architecture for Bomb magazine since 1992.
Brillembourg received The Biennial of Architecture Award in Venezuela for a single-family residence (Palmasola). His proposal for a New World Center was exhibited in the American pavilion of the Architecture Biennial in Venice 2002.
Ochoa-Brillembourg is also a member of the Executive Committee of Small Enterprise Assistance Funds and is acting vice chairman of the Group of Fifty (G-50) at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
In addition to Fonteyn, Arias was survived by two daughters, Querube Brillembourg and Rosita Vallarino; a son, Roberto Arias; two brothers, Harmodio and Gilberto; a sister, Rosario de Galindo, and six grandchildren.
Ochoa-Brillembourg earned a BS in economics from the Universidad Catolica Andres Bello in Caracas. She is a chartered financial analyst (CFA) and received her MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 1971. As a Fulbright-Hays fellow, she earned a doctorate in business administration at the Harvard Business School.
36 East 72nd Street is a luxury residential housing cooperative in Manhattan, New York City. In 1995 it was ranked among the top 10 cooperative buildings in Manhattan by the New Yorker Magazine. Well-known residents have included Robert Agostinelli, Carlos Brillembourg, Michael Smith, James Costos and Olivier Berggruen. The 15-story, 1927 building has only 17 apartments.
Hilda Margarita Ochoa-Brillembourg (born Caracas 1945) is a Venezuelan business woman and the current president and chief executive officer of Strategic Investment Group (SIG) which she founded in 1987. She is a former chief investment officer of the World Bank and a current member of several well known boards of directors.
Ochoa-Brillembourg is the managing director of Ashmore EMM LLC. She is a member of the board of directors of the World Bank/International Monetary Fund Credit Union, General Mills, Harvard Management Company, the McGraw-Hill Companies, National Symphony Orchestra the Washington Opera and is chair of YOA Orchestra of the Americas.
Ochoa-Brillembourg served as both chief investment officer and asset and liability advisor at the World Bank. She was treasurer for CA Luz Eléctrica de Venezuela and independent financial consultant for the Development Ministry of Venezuela, the Foreign Relations Ministry of Venezuela, and Grupo Cisneros.
Brillembourg was a founding member of the Instituto de Arquitectura Urbana (IAU) in Caracas (1977). As the director of this organization, he led a team of twenty architects that produced urban design solutions for the city of Caracas and other cities such as Ciudad Guyana. Parallel to his practice, he has taught at the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas, the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, in New York, and Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
His work is in the permanent collections of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.; the Peter Norton Collection in New York and Los Angeles; the Queens Museum and Carlos Brillembourg (both in New York); Patrick Kullenberg in New York and Stockholm; and the Colección Júmex, Peñafiel, and Haydee Rovirosa collections (all in Mexico City); and the Mauro Herlitzka Collection in Buenos Aires.
His daughter Tanya Capriles Brillembourg born in Caracas, Venezuela. She studied journalism and social volunteerism. Involved in art collection and philanthropic causes of health and welfare for children in Venezuela, established the Friends of Children with Cancer Foundation in the 1980’s. In 2003 founded and is the current chairman of the SaludArte Foundation, consolidating its activities in several countries like USA, Spain, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela, with headquarters in Miami, Florida.
The company's first account was funded by a US$5 million fixed-income investment through Hilda Ochoa-Brillembourg of World Bank in 1987. In the mid-1980s, the firm changed its business focus from currency and interest rate management to global bonds and currencies for institutional investors. As a fixed income and currency adviser to institutional clients, the company gained a reputation as a currency trader and a developer of techniques for overlying currencies. In 1990, it launched a hedge fund portfolio using monies from Kodak and Loews Corporation and began formally offering its currency overlay products to its clients.
This tower in downtown Caracas is nicknamed "Torre de David" after David Brillembourg, the tower's main investor who died from cancer in 1993. During the banking crisis of 1994, the government took control of the building and it has not been completed since. The building lacks elevators, installed electricity, running water, balcony railing, windows and even walls in many places. The complex has six buildings: "El Atrio" (Lobby and conference room), "Torre A" that is 190m tall and stands at 45-stories still includes a heliport, "Torre B", "Edificio K", "Edificio Z", and 12 floors of parking.