Introduction
Carlos Raúl Villanueva Astoul (London, May 30, 1900 - Caracas, August 16, 1975) was a Venezuelan Modernist architect. Villanueva went for the first time to Venezuela when he was 28 years old. He was involved in the development and modernization of Caracas, Maracay and other cities across the country. Among his works are El Silencio Redevelopment which included 7797 apartments and 207 shop premises and the Ciudad Universitaria, the main campus of the Central University of Venezuela. The Campus was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year 2000.
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Introduction
Venezuelan architect.
Nationalities
Venezuelan, South American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Teacher
Names
Carlos Raúl Villanueva, Carlos Raul Villanueva
Ulan
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