Justo Solsona

Architect (UBA, 1956). He worked in teaching at the University of Buenos Aires to the mass resignation of 1966 went back to work as Professor in 1983.
He currently directs the Master in Advanced Architectural Design at the Graduate School.
Founding member of the Studio Manteola, Sánchez Gómez, Santos, Solsona, Sallaberry, Vinson Architects since 1966 whose most notable works are ATC, Mendoza stadium, the second prize of the National Library, the Prourban and Mulieris towers, and housing complexes as Aluar, Piedrabuena and Torres Rioja. Among his publications are: Do and say; Solsona, Notes for an autobiography; Modern Architecture in Argentina 1930-1950; Avenida de Mayo and La Escuelita (performed together). Since 1999, his paintings are exhibited in Cultural Center Recoleta and Cultural Center Borges exhibitions. He received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Central Society of Architects (2009) and Guest of Honor by the National University of La Plata. Lifetime Achievement Award Jorge Glusberg XVI17 International Architecture Biennial Buenos Aires.