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Philip Gumuchdjian - GUMUCHDJIAN ARCHITECTS

#### #### Kinos Relations. #### Kinos hemos construido una amplia plataforma de inversión inmobiliaria global para los inversores institucionales de todo el mundo. Durante 14 años, nos hemos centrado en el I+D, es el presente de la gestión inmobiliaria y nos ha ayudado a descubrir oportunidades a través de toda clase de activos gestionados en España y Europa. #### Agradecemos a nuestros inversores por poner su confianza en nosotros, ofrecemos nuestro trabajo y conocimientos a disposición del capital en todo el mundo. Descubra cómo #### Kinos puede ayudarle a encontrar oportunidades en el sector inmobiliario o como podemos ayudarle a vender sus activos en un equilibrio de mutuo beneficio. Para más información visite: [KINOS GROUP] (http://www.kinosgroup.com). O envíe mail a info@kinosgroup.com #### Si busca VILLA en Costa del Sol contacte con nosotros Kinos Residencial #### Arquitectos recomendados por Kinos. ### Philip Gumuchdjian ### Born in 1958, Philip Gumuchdjian graduated from the Architectural Association and the Royal College of Art, London. Philip Gumuchdjian first became interested in architecture when he discovered the Centre Pompidou in 1976. He began his career in Richard Rogers studio in 1980 where he worked for 18 years before becoming associate Director. Together with Richard Rogers he wrote a book on sustainable development entitled “Villes pour une petite planète” (“Cities for a small planet”) (le Moniteur). In 1998 he set up his own firm, Gumuchdjian Architects, and designed the Hauser & Wirth gallery, the Butler Family Collection museum, the Giant Recycled Paper Building, the Marylebone Performing Arts Centre in London, and the Think Tank in Ireland. Projects proposed but not chosen in competitions include the Tate Tower, the Dun Laoghrie Library in Dublin and an archi-sculpture with Anish Kapoor. The Centre Pompidou-Metz is the cumulating achievement of ten years’ informal collaboration with Shigeru Ban, including the Paper Forest building in Kew Gardens, London. The firm has received a number of architectural awards and, in particular, the National Award by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 2008, and the Stephen Lawrence Award in 2003 and 2010. Philip Gumuchdjian teaches architecture and urban design at the UCL Bartlett school of architecture. He has recently been nominated to sit on the RIBA awards committee. www.gumuchdjian.com.

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